Jonathan Krebs was a college student at the University of Southern Mississippi when Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Mississippi Gulf Coast on Aug. 29, 2005. He remembers well the effects the storm had on the school, its students and faculty. Now he serves as the managing partner for the Government Services division of HORNE and oversees multiple disaster projects that have helped people and communities recover.
Geoffrey Ross is the director of federal and state programs at HORNE. Leveraging his experience in leading several of the country’s most innovative and largest housing and community development initiatives, he partners with communities to develop successful solutions to complex challenges. Geoffrey has assisted federal agencies, states, local and international governments in the design and implementation of their programs. His focus is on instituting impactful solutions that create measurable outcomes that directly respond to identified needs and goals.
Since the emergency rental assistance program began, HORNE has received approximately 533,000 applications totaling more than $3.6 billion. So far, HORNE has disbursed over $1 billion to 169,000 applicants.
Construction companies big and small need to begin preparing now for the projects that will be generated from the recently passed and signed infrastructure bill.
Decision Point – Episode Four: The Scoop on Reimbursable Physical Therapy Programs for COVID Recovery Patients
Chris Hannibal, Doctorate of Physical Therapy for Progressive Health, explains how a physical therapy program is a win-win for patients and LTC facility owners. Patients are recovering with no rebounds and facilities can reimburse expenses associated with the program. In this episode, you will learn about a program that has identified symptoms physical therapy directors should look for to establish recovery goals and patient therapy schedules and how to get reimbursed for those allotted therapies.
Courtney Bishnoi, Vice President of Quality and Programs at the American Health Care Association and National Center of Assisted Living joins this episode to promote the adoption of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. AHCA/NCAL launched the #GetVaccinated campaign as a way to share strategies to improve staff vaccination rates, debunk myths, and share important facts about the vaccine. They have made available important resources you can access at getvaccinated.us.
In this live webinar, our Public & Middle Market team members discussed PPP2 updates, Employee Retention Credit, tax changes and more.
While the COVID-19 situation has been a disruptor to many industries, restaurants have the ability to weather this pandemic by adopting a few best practices.
On June 11, 2021, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued a new agenda – one key topic included the fairness of tipped worker pay. While the agenda is specifically related to tipped worker pay on federal contracts, this could be an indicator of wider scale changes for all employees.
Our team isn’t afraid to get in the trenches to help governments tackle their greatest challenges. Anyone can identify problems. We bring unparalleled experience and a total commitment to working alongside our clients. Jonathan Krebs brings a broad scope of experience to the work we do, and a deep commitment to our clients to help them solve their most demanding challenges and achieve success.