hcs577 | Graduate
Financial Management In Health Care
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Discuss solutions to current health care financial problems.
- Evaluate global health care options that impact revenue.
Financial Environment of the Health Care Industry
- Explain financial management practices and challenges.
- Describe health care financial structure and policies.
- Distinguish between for-profit and not-for-profit financial environments.
Accounting Principles and Financial Planning in Health Care
- Explain the key Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) that apply to health care.
- Analyze financial statements in the health care industry.
- Develop a financial plan in health care.
Revenue Sources and Payment Methods
- Describe payment systems, participants, and the effect of their roles.
- Explain revenue trends that affect the health care industry.
- Compare the budgeting process for capital, operational, and facility funding.
- Develop a budget in health care.
- Explain the value of financial management in health care.
- Analyze the relationship between budget performance and corrective actions on health care.
- Analyze the role of cost measurement in the operating budget, capital budget, and variance analysis.
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