Financial Management Strategies for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations: Tools, Techniques, Checklists and Case Studies

David Edward Marcinko, Hope Rachel Hertico

September 5, 2013 by CRC Press
Reference - 358 Pages - 23 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781466558731 - CAT# K15524

USD$71.95

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Features

  • Contains both practical financial management theory and applied case studies
  • Covers the valuation of hospitals in changing reimbursement and regulatory environments
  • Discusses the advancement of financial management and health economic principles in healthcare

Summary

In this book, a world-class editorial advisory board and an independent team of contributors draw on their experience in operations, leadership, and Lean managerial decision making to share helpful insights on the valuation of hospitals in today’s changing reimbursement and regulatory environments.

Using language that is easy to understand, Financial Management Strategies for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations: Tools, Techniques, Checklists and Case Studies integrates prose, managerial applications, and regulatory policies with real-world case studies, models, checklists, reports, charts, tables, and diagrams. It has a natural flow, starting with costs and revenues, progressing to clinic and technology, and finishing with institutional and professional benchmarking. The book is organized into three sections:

  1. Costs and Revenues: Fundamental Principles
  2. Clinic and Technology: Contemporary Issues
  3. Institutional and Professional Benchmarking: Advanced Applications

The text uses healthcare financial management case studies to illustrate Lean management and operation strategies that are essential for healthcare facility administrators, comptrollers, physician-executives, and consulting business advisors. Discussing the advancement of financial management and health economic principles in healthcare, the book includes coverage of the financial features of electronic medical records, financial and clinical features of hospital information systems, entity cost reduction models, the financial future of mental health programs, and hospital revenue enhancements.