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The student will complete a project involving the creation of a budget. Specific budgets to be produced and other requirements may be found in Canvas.
There are 8 Different Parts with 8 Different Directions. Look through the Case Study Tables to match the information. Each part assesses your Critical thinking skills. In healthcare, you will have to make sound financial decisions with and without some info. You have to think differently outside the usual mindset in healthcare. Your final submittal is a narrative assignment, do not submit excel spreadsheets.
For Part 1, please visit the organization’s website that you select and download their Annual Financial Report. It should be free public information. Look at the last three years to compare their progress in the allocation of funds. Keep in mind, it is a pandemic reporting, so that the information could be slightly different. Follow the instruction for each part.
1. Part 1 Financial Statement Analysis
Here are three companies for your selection. You will select only 1 for research in Part 1.
A. Cleveland Clinic Health System
B. Mayo Clinic Foundation
C. The University of California, Los Angeles: UCLA Health
Follow the instruction for each part.
2. Part 2 Budget Analysis
3. Part 3 Monthly Cash Budget
4. Part 4 Webster Hospital-Long Term Debt Financial Analysis
5. Part 5 Surgery for Middleboro
6. Part 6 Hospital Discounts
7. Part 7 Medicaid Expansion
8. Part 8 New Primary Care Practices in Jasper
I will resend the information in week 7.
This is Very Important: Peer-reviewed Journals (material) through Jerry Falwell Library Online
Peer-reviewed journals articles have gone through an evaluation process in which journal editors and other experts scholars assess the quality and scientific merit of the writing and its research.
Make sure the information you are adding to your reference lists is Peer-Reviewed. Videos are not peer-reviewed material. Blogs are not peer-reviewed material. Magazine material is not peer-reviewed material. Google information is risky.
When it comes to using Scriptures, we must understand their meaning in the Biblical time and its meaning in modern time to ensure it is effectively used in context. Duvall and Hays (2005) posited, “We cannot apply the Bible without knowing what it means (p.213).” “When we grasp God’s Word, we not only understand its meaning, but we also take the final step and apply that meaning to our lives (Duvall & Hays, 2005, p. 213).” Jerry Falwell Library Online has many databases for Religion and Philosophy to support Scripture’s interpretation and research.
APA 7TH Edition (The Professional Version)
Liberty University is currently using APA 7Th edition. The change occurred in 2020 from the 6th edition. Please make sure you are using the correct format, as it has made some major adjustments to writing. For instance, the rules of the Bible citations have changed completely, you must now cite the Bible version in the body of your writing and include it in your reference list. Please review the tools on the Online Writing Center for support of APA7.
Bible Citations: There are examples for in-text citation according to APA 7th Edition; Please use them.
(King James Bible, 1769/2017, John 3:16)
(New International Version, New International Version Bible,1978/2011, John 3:16)
(English Standard Version, 2001, John 3:16)
(New American Standard, New American Standard Bible,1971/1995, John 3:16)
(The Message Bible,2002, John 3:16)