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This new edition of Financial Management of Health Care Organizations offers an introduction to the most-used tools and techniques of health care financial management, including health care accounting and financial statements; managing cash, billings and collections; making major capital investments; determining cost and using cost information in decision-making; budgeting and performance measurement; and pricing. New to this edition: The Perspectives sections and the glossary will be updated. Chapter One, the introductory chapter, will provide a more comprehensive view of the healthcare landscape in 2012.  Chapter Two will include updated financial statements for both private non-profit hospitals and investor-owned hospital management companies.  In Chapter Three, the financial statements will be updated to include the changes in bad debt and charity care in Chapter 2.  Chapter Four will be updated to discuss who uses the financial statements and why.  Chapter Five will have a new section on valuation of accounts receivable and the waterfall effect of cash collections, plus an explanation of differences between Posting-Date and Service-Date reporting methodologies. Chapter Six will include calculation of effective annual interest rate, as well as applications of time value of money in perspectives. Chapter Seven will have an expanded discussion of how the discount rate or cost of capital is measured.   Chapter Eight will revise the lease financing section. In Chapter Nine, the conceptual diagram and related explanation for understanding breaking even will be substantially revised. In Chapter Ten, the basic model on which this chapter is based will be almost totally revised, and all elements of the chapter will reflect this. Chapter Eleven's discussion of cost centers will be modified slightly to recognize both service- and product-producing activities. Chapter Twelve will provide additional insight into the concept of Activity-Based Costing in terms of labor, supplies, and equipment. For Chapter Thirteen, the authors will condense much of the old history of payment systems so that information on more current forms of reimbursement (along with the rationale for them) can be discussed. 

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