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"This new edition of Financial Management of Health Care Organizations builds on the excellent contents of its prior editions, by again simplifying complex health care financial concepts in ways its targeted audience can truly comprehend. It is notably rich with discussions of contemporary issues and is structured in a way that makes for enhanced instructional flexibility and practical adaptation. The authors continue to demonstrate a keen understanding of the challenging issues of the day."
—Dalton A. Tong, MBA, CPA, Senior Associate, Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
"The third edition of Financial Management of Health Care Organizations continues to provide in-depth and cogent understanding of the important financial topics, including financial accounting, managerial accounting, capital and operating budgeting, revenue flows, and cost management, that health care executives and managers must have. This text has been a valuable resource for my graduate students as well as clinical and non-clinical managers in executive education settings."
—Mark Covaleski, PhD, MBA, Robert Beyer Professor of Managerial Accounting and Control, and Professor of Health Care Financial Management, School of Business, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Michael J. McCue is a professor in the Department of Health Administration at Virginia Commonwealth University. He serves as associate editor of Health Services Management Research.
Noah D. Glick is senior health care consultant for FTI Consulting in its corporate finance division.
Is a must have as a resource for new and experienced managers in the healthcare profession. It will be of great assistance!Published 18 months ago by Gabe
Great book. Assumes you have some knowledge. Recommend this with a more basic book. Consider an accounting workbook. Good luckPublished on October 28, 2013 by M
This book is not at a basic level, so it is probably better for people who have had business or accounting classesPublished on June 28, 2013 by Anne of Texas
The professor of my class chose this text for our online class, but it's better suited for a 16 week, traditional classroom setting.Published on February 15, 2013 by Reahna Tibbetts