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<div>Sponsored By <a title="" href="https://www.infor.com/" target="_blank">Infor</a><br><br>Most healthcare provider organizations perform patient accounting transactions and general financial accounting transactions in separate systems. E...
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On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Accounting and Financial Reporting
Physician performance, both in terms of clinical quality and financial profitability, continues to be a key component of operational success in healthcare. Considering their work is often not only clinical, but also includes academic, resea...
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Course | Intermediate | Accounting and Financial Reporting
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 ...
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Course | Intermediate | Accounting and Financial Reporting
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, includin...
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Course | Intermediate | Accounting and Financial Reporting
This course explains the different categories of healthcare enterprises and the process to record revenues from varying sources. It discusses reporting requirements for restricted and unrestricted net assets, and explains how cash and cash ...
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Policies and Practices | Accounting and Financial Reporting

HFMA P&P Board Summary of Not for Profit Reporting Model Changes

Policies and Practices | Accounting and Financial Reporting

HFMA P&P Board Summary of Not for Profit Reporting Model Changes

HFMA’s Principles &amp; Practices (P&amp;P) Board developed this downloadable resource titled “Not for Profit (NFP) Reporting Model Changes Summary.”

HFMA’s Principles &amp; Practices (P&amp;P) Board developed this downloadable resource titled “Not for Profit (NFP) Reporting Model Changes Summary.”  This document details the P&amp;P Board’s preliminary comments on the subject and includes insights about: the importance of consistency with the business-reporting model, relevant characteristics of the healthcare industry, prescribed operating measures/elimination of the performance indicator, liquidity information, cash flow statement changes, presentation of expenses by function, investment return, interest expense, equity transfers, capital gifts, and more.

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