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Graduate Health Services Administration Program Department of Health Management & Informatics College of Community Innovation and Education University of Central Florida SYLLABUS PHC 6160: Graduate Health Care Finance I (3 credit hours) Professor : Dr. Timothy Rotarius, Ph.D., MBA Term: Fall 2018 Office: Room 244B in HPA1 Class Meeting Days: See Section XV Phone: 407-823-3762 Class Meeting Hours: See Section I E-Mail: [email protected] Class Location: See Section I Office Hours: Tuesday—noon to 4:00 pm Thursday—noon to 1:00 pm Appointment times cannot be reserved during office hours. Welcome This course meets several times throughout the semester. The dates of in-class meetings are shown later in this syllabus. Course section 0M01 : Room 110, HPA1—1:30 pm to 4:20 pm on Thursdays. Course section 0M02 : Room 110, BA1—6:00 pm to 8:50 pm on Thursdays. Course section 0M03 : Room 246, HPA1—6:00 pm to 8:50 pm on Tuesdays. Course section 0M04 : Room 110, BA1—6:00 pm to 8:50 pm on Thursdays. In addition, this course regularly uses UCF’s Webcourses website. As a student in this course, you agree to the following: I have read and understand the course policies as explained in the syllabus. I plan to devote a minimum of 10 hours per week to this course. I agree to attend all in-class sessions. I will not offer personal excuses or work-related excuses to my Professor. I accept responsibility for issues related to my computer and internet connection.
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Fall 2018 Semester—PHC 6160 I will follow the email protocols as described in the syllabus. If I cheat or plagiarize, I will accept a score of zero on the specific item. I will meet every deadline or will accept a score of zero on the specific item. I will not ask for favoritism from the Professor. During the semester, I will periodically re-read the entire syllabus. University Course Catalog Description According to UCF’s official graduate catalog, the description for this course is: The identification of resources available to health care institutions, allocation of resources, and control of resource expenditures. Course Overview This is the first course of two required courses in Health Care Finance. This course illustrates how to apply accounting and financial management principles to complex situations found in today’s healthcare organizations. The focus is on integrating various financial techniques to assist with the development of financial solutions to problems facing the U.S. health care industry. Managerial protocols and regulatory constraints shall be examined whenever appropriate. The course intends to cover the following topics: Financial accounting Sources of revenues Reimbursement mechanisms Healthcare reform proposals Insurance concepts; managed care; third-party payers Financial statements (income statement, balance sheet, cash flow statement) Assets, liabilities, equity Managerial accounting Costs: fixed and variable Service line costing Allocation methods

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