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The thoroughly revised second edition of this popular text provides students with a comprehensive understanding of accounting principles, concepts, and techniques that guide managerial decision-making in health care. Tools and frameworks for financial decision support and decision-making processes are provided, as are tools and models for evaluating and reviewing long- and short-term resource allocation decisions. The book covers full-cost accounting, differential cost accounting, and responsibility accounting. Case-based problems throughout each chapter reinforce lessons. Each chapter includes learning objectives, standard introductions, and key terms.
Figures, Tables, and Exhibits.
One: Essentials of Full-cost Accounting.
Two: Cost Behavior.
Three: Differential Cost Accounting.
Four: Absorption Costing.
Five: Activity-based Costing.
Six: Responsibility Accounting: An Overview.
Seven: Designing the Responsibility Accounting Structure.
Nine: Operational Budgeting.
Ten: Cash Budgeting.
Eleven: Measuring and Reporting.
Twelve: Implementing a New Responsibility Accounting System.
Appendix: Solutions to Practice Cases.
Glossary of Selected Terms and Concepts.