Arielle N. Schmeck, CPA/ABV, CM&AA

Arielle N. Schmeck, CPA/ABV, CM&AA
Senior Manager – Consulting Services

Texas Christian University

Direct 817.546.7041
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Arielle joined JTaylor in 2016 and provides consulting and valuation services.  She has gained experience in various practice areas with an emphasis in the healthcare industry.  Arielle’s fields of expertise include transaction advisory, due diligence related to mergers and acquisitions, and business valuations.  Clients served by Arielle in the healthcare industry include large multi-hospital health systems, national physician management companies, free-standing cancer clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, and physician practices.

Arielle graduated from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Masters of Accountancy.  Arielle is a Certified Public Accountant, Accredited in Business Valuation, a Certified Merger and Acquisition Advisor, and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Prior to joining JTaylor, Arielle worked at Ernst & Young in the Audit Practice, focusing on the oil and gas industry.

Arielle's areas of practice include: 

  • Transaction support, including business enterprise valuation, fair market value assessments, and purchase price allocations
  • Due diligence, including financial and market projections
  • Managed care contracting support
  • Operational efficiency and profitability studies
  • Strategic planning, including market studies and financial projections
  • Revenue cycle, pricing strategies, and managed care support
  • Accounting & financial statement special projects
  • Claims dispute resolution and litigation support

Arielle's involvement in civic and professional associations past and present include:

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, Fort Worth Chapter
  • Fort Worth Business Press 2016 Twenty in Their 20s
  • Neeley Fellows Alumni Board
  • The Women’s Center – Young Professionals