Certified Specialist Accounting & Finance Recertification
The CSAF recertification program is recommended for active, eligible HFMA CSAF certificants with an upcoming maintenance due date of May 31, 2020. Not sure when your CSAF expiration date is? Sign in, click your profile image in the upper right corner, select My Development, and then click on the Certifications tab near the center of the page. You'll see your certifications along with their expiration date.
- Financial Planning and Budgeting
- Financial Reporting: Liabilities and Long-Term Debt
- Financial Reporting: Relationships and Procedures
- Financial Reporting: Revenue and Assets
- Accounting Oversight and Internal Control
A&F: Financial Planning and Budgeting
This course describes how organizations use budgets and presents an overview of types of budgets. It outlines steps in the budgeting process and describes two common budgeting methods. It reviews common cost behaviors and explains how they figure into flexible budgeting approaches. The course describes the role that reporting plays in financial planning and budgeting, and explains how organizations can evaluate capital requests. This course outlines the concept of ratio analysis and presents a broad look at four categories of ratio analysis.
A&F: Accounting Oversight and Internal Control
This course explains the five components of internal control, paying particular attention to the specific categories of accounting and administrative internal controls. The course summarizes each provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and explains the makeup, function, and standards of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. The course describes auditor responsibilities, defines key auditing terms, and explains how and why operational audits should be carried out.
A&F: Financial Reporting: Liabilities and Long-Term Debt
This course describes how healthcare organizations should account for current liabilities and rules relating to tax exemption for healthcare organizations. It describes how long-term debt can be handled by healthcare organizations, including the practice of advance refunding. It also details the different types of revenue a healthcare organization must report and how to report the results of operations in a separate financial statement. Finally, the course explains how different kinds of reimbursement methods affect the financial risk and financial statements resulting from a contract.