Sherreta Lane

Sherreta Lane joined the firm in December 2011. Sherreta has been responsible for the operations of the District Hospital Leadership Forum. In this capacity she is responsible for the development of federal and state financial/reimbursement policy on behalf of District hospitals. She works closely with each of the Forum members to better understand their challenges and identify reimbursement and other funding opportunities. Sherreta also oversees the Forum’s advocacy functions and works directly with the regulatory agencies that design and implement the health care policies that affect District hospitals, as well as the other healthcare stakeholders that participate with the Districts in this process.

Prior to joining the firm, Sherreta spent more than 25 years representing hospitals. Most recently she was the Vice President, Finance Policy and Economic Analysis for the California Children’s Hospital Association where she represented the eight private not-for-profit children’s hospitals serving the health care needs of California’s seriously ill and injured children.

Prior to joining CCHA, Ms. Lane was the Vice President of Reimbursement for the California Hospital Association (CHA), the statewide trade association representing hospitals. In this capacity, she was a member of the association’s representation and advocacy team and represented hospitals before the Legislature and Administration on issues such as charity care implementation, financial data transparency, government and commercial payer reimbursement issues, operational challenges facing hospitals and safety-net funding mechanisms.

Erin Clark

Erin Clark joined the firm in January 2017. Erin has a newly created position as, senior policy analyst and will work on all activities related to the District Hospital Leadership Forum (DHLF). Some of her primary duties are related to coordinating membership events as well as state and federal advocacy efforts both at the legislative and regulatory levels. She also provides expertise in negotiating district/municipal public hospital (DMPH) supplemental Medi-Cal funding sources both with external audiences as well as among members of the DHLF.

Prior to joining the firm, Erin worked at Capitol Partners (CP), a legislative and advocacy firm for 6 years. There she was responsible for the coordination of client advocacy days, preparation of position statements and providing analysis on introduced and amended bills. In addition to legislative advocacy, she managed and executed press events for clients with elected officials and government agencies. She has also built a niche in organization management, overseeing day-to-day operations and assisting with the development and execution of large conferences.

Prior to working with CP, Ms. Clark was the Vice President of Operations and Project Manager for select clients and special initiatives in the real estate and tax deferments industry for over 10 years.

Ms. Clark graduated from California State University, Sacramento, earning a Bachelor of Science in marketing with an emphasis in communications.

Charmaine Green

Charmaine Green is a Financial Accounting Analyst for the firm. Her analyses result in the improvement of client data to accurately reflect the hospital’s OSHPD information related to Medi-Cal disproportionate share funding. She has contributed in the review of accounting processes and patient accounting and general ledger systems alignment to ensure accurate reporting of financial data. She has also been involved in pivotal charity care projects providing data systems expertise with an emphasis on indigent reporting. She has assisted hospitals by providing interim accounting management services and assistance with special projects of a financial or operational nature, including charity care accounting analysis for compliance and OSHPD disclosure reporting review. Her accounting management work has included the management of daily financial operations and working with outside auditors.

Prior to joining the firm, Charmaine worked for several large and small hospitals in southern California, where she was responsible for financial reporting and analysis. Prior to that, she worked for a chain of rural hospitals as an Accounting Manager. In this capacity she was responsible for the coordination of financial reviews and systems analyses at multiple hospital locations.

Charmaine’s previous experience includes working with acute care hospitals, health care clinics and skilled nursing facilities. Her accomplishments include the standardization of multi-facility reporting procedures with the development of automated data analyses for financial operations review.

Jeff Clark

Jeff Clark is a Government Reporting Specialist for the firm. He oversees the preparation of OSHPD hospital accounting and disclosure reports where he also acts as an intermediary between OSHPD, hospital clients and other SCA staff when questions arise regarding cost center determinations and reporting requirements. Jeff manages the firm’s work with the state audits of hospital disclosure reporting data and/or practices. Along with the disclosure reports, Jeff prepares State Controller’s Reports for Special Districts and responds to requests from DHCS Medi-Cal division related to various program analyses.

Jeff assists hospitals by providing services for special projects of a financial or operational nature. He has contributed in the review of accounting processes and patient accounting and general ledger systems alignment to ensure accurate reporting of financial data. This work results in the improvement of hospital client data in order to accurately reflect the hospital’s financial OSHPD information which is utilized in determining a hospital’s eligibility for Medi-Cal disproportionate share funding. Jeff also works on the Medi-Cal PIRL limitation projections and appeals for hospital clients.

Kevin Seeley

Kevin Seeley is a Government Reporting Specialist for the firm. Kevin is responsible for the preparation and submission of both the quarterly and annual OSHPD hospital accounting and reporting disclosure reports. He works on the state audits of these reports addressing data questions and issues related to hospital accounting and reporting practices. He has established a rapport with both OSHPD staff and hospital clients to ensure that the reports are prepared with accuracy in order to reduce the level of audit issues during the State review process.

Along with the preparation of disclosure reports, Kevin also prepares State Controller’s Reports for Special Districts as well as assists on special projects of a financial nature that utilize OSHPD data. These projects include analysis and interpretation of hospital reporting trends and ensuring consistency between quarterly and annual OSHPD data.