Overall, our goal is to provide accurate financial analysis on a deadline.
The efforts and time spent working with executive teams, board and industry professionals is driven by organizations' mission, financial capacity, and existing commitments to patients/residents, lendors, employees, and vendors.
We have served all types of health care providers: senior living 3,000+ unit multi-sites, small single-sites with affordable housing, hospitals and health systems, homecare and home health, new post-acute development projects, infusion and dialysis, and acute addiction centers
Hansen Prospective Financials LLC began as a company due to the fortunate combination of demand and opportunity.
In 2019, the demand came from health care providers that knew of two things: Jon Hansen's love for financial analysis and his new opportunity of time after Jon was Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of an organization that successfully affiliated with a larger organization.
There is an enjoyment in working with others to solve financial puzzles of what can be afforded. This affordability question can relate to a capital project size, future operating margins, and/or combining organizations.
As CFO of Integrace, Inc., a multi-site senior living and home care provider, Jon immediately began working with the team on restructuring debt, improving operations, and projecting financial capacity and compliance with commitments to residents/patients, lenders, and regulatory authorities. Integrace had a strong mission, great residents and employees, and a lot of financial value to bring to a future partnership. Jon was a proponent of a successful affiliation and had many confidential roles in the process. He is thankful that Integrace found a great partner now leading the combined organization.
Prior to CFO, Jon was a Principal with CliftonLarsonAllen LLP (CLA). At CLA, he assisted non-profit and for-profit health care providers with feasibility services, operational analysis, reimbursement and audit services. Jon was one of five principals with the authority to issue examined forecasts and compiled projections on behalf of CLA (then 300+ principals and 5,000+ employees), which included debt issuances ranging from $6 million to $225 million.
Board Member and Treasurer, Healthcare Hospitality Network, a non-profit association of providers for patients and families of patients in acute care.
Board Member and Treasurer, Forest Hills of DC, a non-profit assisted living and nursing services provider in northwest D.C.