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Tony L. Bertodatto

Anthony Bertodatto has been with Gjerset & Lorenz, LLP since 2009.  Mr. Bertodatto focuses on assisting attorneys to provide analytical support to clients participating in government reimbursement programs.  Mr. Bertodatto also has a plethora of knowledge and experience related to the operation and management of non-profit corporations delivering charity care to under-served communities.  As a result of his experience, Mr. Bertodatto has been able to successfully assist clients on financial operations matters and compliance related issues.

Mr. Bertodatto has:

  • Assisted in the preparation of healthcare service contracts between community and non-profit clients serving indigent healthcare needs and community providers.
  • Administered service contracts with healthcare providers, ensuring timely payment to providers and addressing any issues raised by providers.
  • Handled analysis of and assisted with reporting of uninsured costs, state and local government program revenue, charity care and out-of-state Medicaid utilization for clients.
  • Addressed issues related to federal and state tax return preparation, applications for tax-exempt status, and audits for charitable corporations providing community services to the poor.
  • Helped tax-exempt corporations with maintaining corporate formalities and compliance with any state-specific requirements.
  • Prepared audits for client and worked with the State and State contractors regarding the audit of supplemental payment programs.
  • Analyzed statewide Medicaid inpatient claims data to quantify the reimbursement impact of inpatient reimbursement methodology changes.
  • Assessed the impact to different hospital provider classes of alternative supplemental reimbursement allocation methodologies to support advocacy and compliance efforts.
  • Analyzed the impact of proposed regulations regarding supplemental payment programs.


  • Central Michigan University, Bachelor of Business Administration,  2008