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Ryan Smith

Principal


505.50.CAPIN ext. 2205
Areas of Service

Healthcare industry
Audit and accounting
Consulting and advisory

Background

Ryan serves as the leader of CapinCrouse’s healthcare industry practice. He has more than 11 years of focused experience serving a wide range of healthcare entities, including multi-hospital health systems, federally qualified health centers, surgery centers, senior living and long-term care facilities, home care and hospice organizations, physician practices, third party administrators, management service organizations, and healthcare foundations. Ryan is experienced at performing GAAP financial statement audits, financial statement reviews, agreed upon procedures related to bond offerings, financial forecasts, business combinations, provider relief fund audits, and single audits. He has also assisted clients with technical accounting matters, financial reporting, internal control assessments, accounting standard implementations, and other complexities impacting the sector. His knowledge and insight into the challenges healthcare organizations face give him a unique skill set to assist the needs of growing and diverse healthcare organizations.

Civic/Professional Involvement

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, member
South Carolina Association of CPAs, member
Healthcare Financial Management Association, member

Certifications and Licenses

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) – North Carolina, South Carolina

Speaking and Other Service

Ryan frequently leads continuing professional education classes on accounting standards implementation. Ryan also volunteers on his church’s missions council, teaches Sunday school, and periodically travels internationally for missions work.

Education

B.S. Bob Jones University
Master of Accountancy, Wake Forest University School of Business