Cost:

Free for HFMA Members
Buy HFMA Membership to Attend

Audience:

Business Partners
Hospitals and Other Providers
Physicians and Other Practitioners

Career level:

Executive
Mid-Senior

Recommended for:

Business Development
Financial Planning

Delivery Method:

Self Study

Advance Preparation:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Course Availability:

12 Months

Executive Roundtable | Capital Finance
Five revenue cycle leaders discuss financial strategies for healthcare organizations transitioning capital expenditures to operating expenditures.
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On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Capital Finance
As the world struggles to manage and contain COVID-19, U.S. hospitals and health systems are finding that the pandemic has amplified existing financial challenges and forced them to shift priorities. Many organizations are struggling to und...
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Sponsored Content | Capital Finance
This whitepaper by Pure Storage explores how a pay-per-use infrastructure option for data storage could help redefine how healthcare organizations consume and pay for data storage and cloud strategies.
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Live Webinar | Capital Finance
As the world struggles to manage and contain COVID-19, U.S. hospitals and health systems are finding that the pandemic has amplified existing financial challenges and forced them to shift priorities. Many organizations are struggling to und...
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On Demand Webinar | Update | Capital Finance
This session will discuss the impact of the coronavirus on Moody's ratings and the forward-view on credit post containment and reopening. You'll also examine recent rating activity and the incorporation of federal and state support in credi...
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Course | Advanced | Capital Finance

Capital Planning and Financing

Course | Advanced | Capital Finance

Capital Planning and Financing

Description

This course provides basic information about forms of long-term debt can be restructured, gives examples of how to calculate present value, and provides information on how capital and operating leases work and which criteria credit agencies use to assess an organization's creditworthiness. This is one course with one assessment.

Estimated course completion time: 1 hour and 45 minutes
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • Provide basic information about forms of long-term debt available to hospitals and how much an organization can and should borrow
  • Explain the nature of the covenents, or legal obligations, placed on the borrower of healthcare bond issues
  • Discuss how debts were restructured in the past
  • Describe how to put together a financing team
  • Explain the discounted cash flow method of quantifying the value of capital assets to be acquired
  • Give examples of how to calculate present value
  • Describe replacement cost and market comparision approaches to making capital investment decisions
  • Describe the two types of equity financing
  • List the benefits and risks associated with joint venture business relationships
  • Explain how capital and operating leases work and which criteria credit agencies use to assess an organization's creditworthiness

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On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Capital Finance

5 critical capabilities needed today for capital planning

As the world struggles to manage and contain COVID-19, U.S. hospitals and health systems are finding that the pandemic has amplified existing financial challenges and forced them to shift priorities. Many organizations are struggling to understand the financial impact of capital plans they put in place months ago. Many are also finding they can better understand the financial ramifications of capital pivots by introducing automation into the capital planning process. We also will explore lessons learned during COVID-19 about 5 critical capabilities needed to manage the capital planning and tracking process.

Original Live Webinar Date: 10/6/20

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Capital Sources and Allocation

Achieving working capital efficiency and cash management

Even prior to the pandemic crisis, health system finance and treasury departments were exploring more efficient ways to manage their working capital and improve their financial health overall.  With prevailing uncertainty about the economy and the financial outlook for healthcare, hospitals are looking to improve their liquidity, and enacting various short-term financing options while monitoring cash-on-hand. This webinar describes the current financial challenges, describes emerging best practices for Accounts Payable and prescribes solutions to help achieve optimal working capital, even in this uncertain environment. The presentation will also cover financial management trends, payments outlook and effects on liquidity position, including creditor rating, as well as balance sheet management.

Original Live Webinar Date: 9/23/20

On Demand Webinar | Update | Capital Finance

Capital Market Outlook

This session will discuss the impact of the coronavirus on Moody's ratings and the forward-view on credit post containment and reopening. You'll also examine recent rating activity and the incorporation of federal and state support in credit analysis. Finally, Ms. Goldstein will share Moody's longer-term implications of the pandemic, largely the weakening economy, expectations for rising uncompensated care, and the effect on financial leveraage and debt burdens. 


Original Live Webinar Date: HFMA Digital Annual Conference (6/24/2020)

On Demand Webinar | Update | Accounting and Financial Reporting

Stark and AKS Changes: New Opportunties, New Compliance Challenges

The new Stark law and Anti-Kickback Statute changes provide exciting new opportunities to providers to better coordinate care. But with these new opportunities come new areas of compliance that will need to be addressed. This session will provide attendees with ideas on how to address those compliance challenges. 


Original Live Date: HFMA Digital Annual Conference (6/24/2020)