Financial Management For Nurse Managers: Merging The Heart With The Dollar by Janne Dunham-taylorFinancial Management For Nurse Managers: Merging The Heart With The Dollar by Janne Dunham-taylor

Financial Management For Nurse Managers: Merging The Heart With The Dollar

byJanne Dunham-taylor, Joseph Z. Pinczuk

Paperback | February 10, 2014

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Financial Management for Nurse Managers: Merging the Heart with the Dollar, Third Edition is an essential resource that addresses the financial management issues faced by nurse managers. Ideal for students, professionals, chief nursing officers, and those in nurse administrator roles, it examines the financial impact of administrative and management decisions across hospitals and healthcare organizations.The Third Edition covers a broad range of topics and includes a variety of real-world examples. Updated to reflect the impact of the Affordable Care Act, it emphasizes the concept of giving the patient what is valued, collaboration in healthcare decision-making, and shifting the role of the administrator to support care leaders.
Dr. Janne Dunham-Taylor is currently a professor teaching nursing administration graduate courses at both master's and doctoral levels. Previously she has been a head nurse, nursing supervisor, and director of nursing in a state hospital, a university hospital, and a teaching hospital. She has been a chair, an assistant dean and has ...
Title:Financial Management For Nurse Managers: Merging The Heart With The DollarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:726 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:February 10, 2014Publisher:Jones & Bartlett LearningLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1284031039

ISBN - 13:9781284031034


Table of Contents

Part One: Necessary Essentials for Financial Viability--or If Not Fixed It Will Cost More Money Chapter 1: An Open Letter to Nurse Leaders: If We Do What Is Right for the Patients, Financial Well-Being Will Follow Chapter 2: Quantum Leadership: Love One Another Chapter 3: Organizations: Surviving Within a Chaotic Complex EnvironmentPart Two: Providing Value-Based Service Chapter 4: Providing Value-Based Services While Achieving Quality, Safety, and Financial Accountability Chapter 5: Pinpointing Evidence-Based Information: How to Find the Needle in the Information HaystackPart Three: Workload Management Chapter 6: Staffing Effectiveness: Concepts, Models and Processes Chapter 7: Ethics in Nursing Administration Chapter 8: Contemporary Legal Issues for the Nurse AdministratorPart Four: Healthcare and the Economy Chapter 9: How We Got to Where We Are! Chapter 10: Healthcare Stakeholders: Consumers, Providers, Payers, Suppliers, and Regulators Chapter 11: Microeconomics and Cost Accounting in the Hospital Firm: Competition, Regulation, the Profit Motive, and Patient CarePart Five: Budget Principles Chapter 12: Budgeting Chapter 13: Budget Development and Evaluation Chapter 14: Budget Variances Chapter 15: Comparing Reimbursements with Cost of Services ProvidedPart Six: Budget Strategies Chapter 16: Strategic Management: Facing the Future with Confidence Chapter 17: Budget Strategies Chapter 18: An Overview of Case ManagementPart Seven: Finance/Accounting Issues Chapter 19: Accounting for Healhcare Entities Chapter 20: Financial Analysis: Improving Your Decision Making