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Financial Management for
Practice Managers and Administrators

Presented by Tannus Quatre PT, MBA
APTA Private Practice Section Annual Conference 2011
November 5, 2011 | 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Washington State Convention & Trade Center | Seattle, WA


Description

Financial management is a relevant topic in private practice management today as is it is the foundation from which managers and owners are able to provide for the resources necessary to maintain and grow the clinical operations of the practice. Poor financial management can lead to the demise of even the most visionary clinics, while even a rudimentary foothold on the concepts of financial management can allow practices to remain in operation for many years. The concepts contained in this presentation pertain to the understanding of basic financial operations found within private practice clinics, a prerequisite to the making of sound financial decisions.


Objectives

After participating in this presentation, participants will be able to:
  1. Understand how financial performance is relevant to healthcare administrators.
  2. Understand the concepts which lay the foundation for understanding financial performance.
  3. Be able to read and understand the basic financial statements relevant to healthcare practices.


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