Tag Archives: Financial

Viewpoints: Stop Talking About Expanding Medicare. Fix Its Financial Flaws Instead; Why Do We Need Anymore Lessons On The Societal Risks Of Genome Editing?

Editorial writers weigh in on these health topics and others. The Wall Street Journal: Modest Cuts Could Save Medicare From Disaster Instead of debating how to expand Medicare coverage, politicians should focus on fixing the fatal financial flaws in the existing program that threaten to bankrupt the nation. Medicare spent 3.6% of gross domestic product… Read More »

Quality standards framework can improve both clinical and financial performance in healthcare

Achieving clinical quality has always an important component of healthcare delivery, but in an age of quality-based reimbursement and a consumer-oriented business culture, it’s more important now than ever. The problem is that, until recently, there hasn’t been a consistent set of standards governing how quality is measured and achieved. That results in a high… Read More »

Is it a bad idea to take Financial Accounting course without any basic knowledge of Business?

I have often been asked a question whether one can learn accountancy without knowing any idea about business management. It is not surprising to see many people today wonder whether they can learn financial accounting without having any basic idea of how to run a business. They often wonder as to what are the accounting… Read More »

Learning How Financial Aid Works

When a student graduates, both they and their parents have financial aid on their minds. College, while much needed in the world of employment, is a huge expense for both the parents and student. In most cases, this is an expense that neither can afford without help. Statistically speaking, only about two-thirds of college students… Read More »