hcs385 | undergraduate
Health Care Finance
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Working Capital Management and Capital Budgeting
- Evaluate effective working capital management techniques.
- Analyze supply and demand for health care services.
- Evaluate alternative capital projects.
- Analyze risks associated with capital projects.
- Analyze the decision-making factors in lease versus buy.
- Analyze the effect of financing strategies on cost of capital.
- Calculate the weighted average cost of capital of a firm.
- Analyze benefits and risks of debt financing.
- Develop strategies to mitigate the increasing costs in the health care system.
Introduction to Finance and Analysis
- Define basic financial terminology.
- Identify the various stakeholders in the health care payer system.
- Analyze the economic trends of the health care payment system.
- Assess the role of ethics and compliance in the health care finance environment.
Time Value of Money and Investment Decisions
- Calculate results using present and future valuation methods.
- Explain the objectives of capital investment decisions.
- Calculate and interpret results using net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR).
- Describe the relationship between strategic planning and financial planning.
- Prepare various types of budgets.
- Perform a break-even analysis.
- Calculate present value and future value of cash flows.
- Evaluate financial performance using financial ratios.
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