Holly Keyser
City Controller
Phone: (269) 659-7221

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The finance area of Administrative Services is overseen by the City Controller. This area is responsible for the oversight of the City's finances, both day to day and long term. The City Controller and finance staff are involved in all aspects of the City’s finances, including revenue forecasting, budget preparation and management, projection of the city's cash flow requirements, investment of idle funds, accounts payable, and day-to-day accounting functions. In conjunction with the City's independent auditors, finance staff work to complete the annual audit and produce the City's annual financial statements.

EVIP Compliance

Payer Transparency Mandate – Machine Readable Files

As part of requirements for transparency in coverage, health plans must provide access to information about what they pay health care providers. The files at the link below will display the rates for services provided by in-network health care providers as well as billed charges, and allowed amounts for services provided by out-of-network health care providers.

This information is intended to build awareness and understanding of potential changes and issues related to the future regulatory environment for health care. This document is to be used as an educational tool only - it is not intended to provide predictions of future outcomes, comprehensive implications, or to impart tax or legal advice. Further, the information contained in this document is only informed as of the date of its creation and does not replace a more rigorous review of additional guidance pending from the federal or state government.


  • The information contained in this Machine-Readable File (.json) may be difficult to access without certain technology.
  • These files may be large and require a computer that can download at least up to 1TB (terabyte) of data. Most modern hard drives store half of this amount of data. Based on your computer's storage and hard drive, attempting to open or download large files may cause instabilities in Windows, cause performance issues resulting in downloads that could take hours, days or weeks depending on the file size and hard drive combination. For reference: 1TB = 243 high-definition streaming movies (average 2 hours per movie).
  • This mandate is a building block for future customer-facing mandates, including the Price Transparency Tool and the Advanced Explanation of Benefits.
  • The data in the files may not be useful for the average consumer. For example, facilities that are paid based on a percent of charge will not have a dollar amount representing the amount paid for a service.
  • The machine-readable files will be updated monthly to ensure accuracy of the data and reflect changes in pricing and regulatory requirements.
Payer Transparency Mandate – Machine Readable Files