Sabtu, 16 September 2017

Handbook of Health Care Accounting and Finance

Handbook of Health Care Accounting and Finance
By:"William O. Cleverley"
Published on 1989 by Jones & Bartlett Learning

More than 1,000 pages in this landmark publication cover areas that are critical to the sound financial management of health care organizations.

This Book was ranked 11 by Google Books for keyword finance.

Rabu, 30 Agustus 2017

Introductory Econometrics for Finance

Introductory Econometrics for Finance
By:"Chris Brooks"
Published on 2002 by Cambridge University Press

This introduction to contemporary topics in the modelling of financial time series is data and problem driven, giving students the skills to estimate and interpret models, and intuitively grasp the underlying theoretical econometrics. An introductory knowledge of calculus, algebra, statistics and regression analysis is assumed. The book focuses on the needs of finance students and uses pedagogic textbook features throughout, notably in the later chapters, which offer advice on planning and executing a project in empirical finance, and which also evaluates sources of on-line financial information.

This Book was ranked 40 by Google Books for keyword finance.

Jumat, 18 Agustus 2017

Modelling in Health Care Finance

Modelling in Health Care Finance
By:"Michael Cichon"
Published on 1999 by International Labour Organization

This unique book provides a solid understanding of the basics of modeling and assists health care professionals in grasping its uses in creating and implementing informed health care policy. Modelling in Health Care Finance offers the quantitative and analytic tools needed for sound resource allocation and financial governance of health systems. It creates synergies and bridges gaps between quantitative health economics, health financing, and actuarial science while presenting methods for improving the efficiency and lowering the costs of current health systems.A valuable guidebook for health system and health insurance managers alike, this volume traces the foundations of modeling and explains how these very useful and available tools can aid in the design of effective health care policy. In straightforward, non-technical language, the book demystifies the modeling process and provides step-by-step guidance through model construction. From forming health policy goals, identifying options, and analyzing results, to actual implementation, the book demonstrates how managers and policy-makers can make use of models.Written by a team of health care policy experts from the ILO and other contributors, the book also includes a substantial glossary of terms, a section of accessible reference materials, and issue briefs that cover concepts of health economics, mathematics of private health insurance, and basic econometric techniques.

This Book was ranked 28 by Google Books for keyword finance.