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The financially competitive healthcare organization

Kenneth Kaufman

The financially competitive healthcare organization

the executive"s guide to strategic financial planning and management

by Kenneth Kaufman

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Published by HFMA, Probus Publishing Company in [Oak Brook, Ill.], Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health Facilities -- economics.,
  • Financial Management, Hospital.,
  • Health facilities -- Finance.,
  • Health facilities -- Business management.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFinancially competitive health care organization.
    StatementKenneth Kaufman and Mark Hall.
    ContributionsHall, Mark., Healthcare Financial Management Association (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 201 p. :
    Number of Pages201
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18065919M
    ISBN 101557386064
    OCLC/WorldCa32202466

    Critical insights and skills you need to engage, motivate and manage teams and organizations in healthcare. Financial Sustainability. Content to help healthcare C-Suite leaders with sustainable portfolios, long-term investment strategies, workforce structures and clinical integration. Dr. David Edward Marcinko is a healthcare economist, managerial and technology futurist, and former board-certifi ed surgeon from Temple University in Philadelphia. In the past, he edited seven practice-management books, three medical texts in two languages, five financial planning books, dozens of interactive CD-ROMs, and three comprehensive administrative dictionaries .

    The book is made up 4 disciplines of a healthy organization as well as a The Advantage is a concise, helpful book which focuses on helping organizations to function effectively. The thesis of the book is that the single greatest advantage that any company can achieve is organizational health /5(). Hospitals and health systems are under constant pressure to reduce costs while also improving quality and maintaining a strong workforce. With this comes an array of financial .

    Unlike the classical approach of sustainable competitive advantage, an adaptive approach to strategy rests on the idea of serial temporary advantage. In unpredictable and nonmalleable environments, the emphasis is on continuous experimentation and real-time adjustment rather than on long-term analysis and planning. Jones and Bartlett’s books and products are available through most bookstores and online book-sellers. To contact Jones and Bartlett Publishers directly, call , fax , Chapter 12 Financial Management of Healthcare Organizations Financial Components of Healthcare Institutions


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[Kenneth Kaufman; Mark L Hall; Healthcare Financial Management Association (U.S.)]. Financial Position: Book Value. If we subtract total liabilities from assets, we are left with shareholder equity.

Essentially, this is the book value, or. The financial implications of patient experience can be seen most clearly in the fact that 40% of U.S. healthcare leaders say their organizations now have a C-level executive on the senior leadership team in charge of promoting and coordinating patient experience across departments within their organization.

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The presence of for-profit organizations in an increasingly competitive health care system is linked to a number of issues, including (1) the increasing importance of attention to economic incentives, (2) the social responsibilities of health care organizations, (3) the function and viability of not-for-profit organizations, (4) the growing.

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Hospitals that don’t keep up with the times often find that they are unable to remain competitive, both financially and with the type and quality of care provided. Consider this: health care spending in was $75 billion.

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