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Information about your Ambulance Transport Billing

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NameMailing AddressLocal Phone #Toll-Free Phone #
Ambulance Billing
P.O. Box 27768,
SLC UT 84127
(801) 975-43851-888-771-3606

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About Finance

The mission of the UFA Finance Division is to safeguard the fiscal health of the organization and maintain transparency with UFA’s Board of Directors, UFA divisions, and the community at large. We value a culture of accountability and integrity. We are committed to maintaining an open-door policy and providing UFA stakeholders with timely, accurate, and relevant information in addition to excellent customer service and support.

The Finance Division is responsible for providing financial management, customer service, and analysis for Unified Fire Authority, Unified Fire Service Area, and UFA Health & Welfare Trust.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Budget development & management
  • Financial reporting
  • Accounts payable
  • Accounts receivable & billing
  • Payroll
  • Cash Receipting
  • Ambulance collections
  • Purchasing card administration
  • Financial policy administration
  • Internal/external audits
  • Long-term financing
  • Treasury management
  • Bank fraud protection
  • Tax regulations
  • Accounting software administration
  • Capital asset inventory management
  • Surplus property sale collections and tracking of property disposals
  • USAR financial management oversight
  • Grants coordination
  • Contract administration
  • Procurement/formal bidding process
  • Recordkeeping for compliance officer

Division Leader

Chief Financial Officer

Tony Hill

tony hill

Organizational Structure

FY20/21 Accomplishments

  • Received GFOA Award for Distinguished Budget (third year in a row)
  • No audit findings or recommendations reported for 2020 UFA, UFSA, and UFA Health & Welfare Trust audit (VEBA) financial audits
  • UFSA’s Aa1 bond rating affirmed, assigned Aa2 to the 2021 lease revenue bonds
  • Issued $35,750,000 Lease Revenue Bond for UFSA station construction with a 1.82% interest cost
  • Issued $19,500,000 Tax Revenue Anticipate Note (TRAN) for UFSA with a 0.337% interest cost
  • Implemented electronic payment process for UFSA impact fees
  • Provided accurate information to allow an informed separation by Herriman and Riverton from UFSA as well as assistance in joining by Town of Alta
  • Continued to expand budget documents for employee, Board, and public use
  • On-time payment of employee payroll and payroll tax/retirement obligations
  • Supported implementation of payroll policies/practices (Vacation Buyback and system configuration for time-and-a-half Operations overtime)
  • Managed needs of vendors, customers, employees, and other stakeholders amidst the COVID-19 pandemic (analysis of payroll costs related to external reimbursements, increased demand for A/R invoice preparation, transitioned to electronic vendor W-9 records, increased use of ACH electronic vendor payment)
  • Restructured the Finance division roles following the retirement of our AP/AR Manager to increase depth in accounting and help redistribute payroll duties.
  • Streamlined contract approval process through Adobe Sign
  • Continued to improve procurement process, RFP evaluation, and refine contractual language
  • Worked with Policy Analyst and UFA divisions to rewrite Finance policies
  • Participation in outside advisory committees as well as internal groups, such as IT Governance, Fire Station Construction/Steering Committee, etc.
  • Continuing professional education including Foundations of Leadership Certificate and National Institute of Government Procurement Annual Forum, as well as various webinars relating to procurement
  • Educate staff on purchasing policies and assist with formal bid process
  • Completed clean-up of vendor accounts with no activity since 2015
  • Updated the Material Request (MR) Form to comply with changes and make it more user-friendly
  • Working with new Technology & Business Intelligence Manager to streamline the procurement and payment processes (especially for the Les Olson invoices)
  • Transition accounting system for UFSA from QuickBooks to Caselle

FY21/22 Action Items

  • Ensure timely payments on all current debt payments by December 2021
  • Review audit findings and recommendations for UFA, UFSA, and UFA Health & Welfare Trust and develop a corrective plan by June 2021
  • Review division budget proposals for action items and the related costs/benefits, performance measures, and outcomes in comparison to the Strategic Plan by April 2022
  • Compile and submit UFA budget document by September 2021 in an effort to achieve the GFOA Award for Distinguished Budget
  • Work with divisions to update capital replacement plan by April 2022
  • Coordinate with UFA divisions and its billing agent to implement data collection processes and compile data for Medicare Ground Ambulance Data Collection System by June 2022
  • Work with Chief Legal Officer, Policy Analyst, and UFA divisions to rewrite Finance policies, such as Purchasing, Pcard, and Surplus by June 2022
  • Strengthen controls and awareness to mitigate banking fraud risk by September 2021
  • Digitize non-vendor contracts by June 2022
  • Centralize real property records and documents by June 2022
  • Streamline general ledger cost import process in Kronos by December 2021
  • Improve ability to adapt/accommodate staff working remotely by September 2021