In the proposed case as Sutter Health can estimate recognition the analysis of

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framework (Blye, 2014). In the proposed case, as Sutter Health can estimate recognition, the analysis of the fact should be much broader, with an increased possibility of more technical judgments being exercised.
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SUTTER HEALTH CASE ANALYSIS Bruku10 Conclusion For managers, the preparation of this statement may be more useful because they often make decisions that they believe will generate future benefits but are recognized in accounting as an expense, lowering the income for the period. Therefore, this statement may provide greater alignment of accounting disclosure with the strategy of organizations. This dialogue may give an increase in the valuation of accounting and professional. Besides, there will be a higher quality of information available to all users and the possibility of further analysis. Additional information will be on Sutter Health's productive investment in intangible assets and brand strengthening. This also includes investors in case of purchase of shares or debentures, credit- granting institutions, and rating agencies.
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