The New York State Appellate Court reversed the April 8, 2014 decision of the State Supreme Court in the matter of Agencies for Children’s Therapy Services, Inc. v. New York State Department of Health, et al. (“ACTS”), whereby covered providers conducting business in Nassau County were not required to file Executive Order 38 disclosures. ACTS intends to take the matter to the State Court of Appeals to review to review the Appellate decision and re-instate the State Supreme Court original ruling. Until that occurs, Nassau County providers contracting with New York State who fall under the EO 38 requirements, would need to come into compliance with the Executive Order’s regulations and filings.
Kenneth R. Cerini, CPA, CFP, FABFA
Ken is the Managing Partner of Cerini & Associates, LLP and is the executive responsible for the administration of our not-for-profit and educational provider practice groups. In addition to his extensive audit experience, Ken has been directly involved in providing consulting services for nonprofits and educational facilities of all sizes throughout New York State in such areas as cost reporting, financial analysis, Medicaid compliance, government audit representation, rate maximization, board training, budgeting and forecasting, and more.