Was Jim Blaylock a bad leader, a competent manager, an in name only manager, a results only
manager, or a cheerleader? What data would you use to make this determination?
I believe that Jim was an in name only manager. According to the text book in name o
Discuss the three input components of the Congruence Model as they apply to the success of
The three input components of the Congruence Model are 1) Environment 2) Resources and 3)
History according to Mercer Delta Consulting, LLC. First, we will di
Would you classify Bill Gates as a charismatic or transformational leader? Why?
What type of leader would I classify Bill Gates as charismatic or transformational? According to
our textbook and businessweek.com, charismatic leadership is when one infects
This paper will examine Jack Welch as a communicator and as a transformational leader. A
profile of Jack Welch will discussed. Then his transformational leadership and communication will
be examined. Then lastly this paper will look at how
1) The plan will violate the following statues: 1) Anti-Kickback 2)Stark Law 3)Patient Protection and
Affordable care act.
2) Since the CFO is sharing the legal responsibility for the action he should follow the "trust but verify"
approach to en
The rapid growth of HC facilities providing direct medical services has substantially
increased the numbers of decision makers who need to be familiar with financial
Effective decision making requires accurate interoperation of fina
1) Some of the differences between HDHP/CO and traditional health insurances include : High
deductibles in order to increase involvement of patient in seeking cost effective solutions. Many
employers see this as an opportunity to shift the burde
1) The rapid growth of the healthcare industry, led to increased complexity of the decision making
process, payment pressures from the payers, and the increased need monitor cost in order to remain
viable and solvent forced hos
George Herbert Walker
School of Business & Technology
MNGT 3840: Health Care Budgeting and Finance
Dara M. Webb, MHA
Adjunct Faculty of Health Care Administration
Department of Management
1) Flexible budget is likely to be more effective when there are uncertainties regarding the costs and
regarding the volume of activity (both would fluctuate over time ).
2) Efficiency related to maximizing the output fo
6) Prices of food are very volatile and could have increased during that time period. Alternately,
there might be some inefficiencies in the process that leading to higher costs.
9) Spending variance= actual cost- budgeted cost . $1,800,000 - (
2) The boiler is not a revenue generating item, but rather a unit that required for continued operations.
Some analysis of alternatives should be done in order to determine the most efficient and effective
3) Management lose the ab