HCS/577 DISCUSSION QUESTION - 26397

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1-      The financial structure and policies of a health care entity can differ by type of ownership, type of services provided, volume or complexity of the services provided, and its surrounding competition. How might the financial structure and policies of a community-owned, stand-alone rural hospital with an attached nursing home differ from those of a similar urban facility that is part of a for-profit chain?

2-      Review the Balance Sheet (audited) in the Financial Statements tab under Chief Financial Officer in the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Virtual Organization on your student website. Notice that Patton-Fuller is a for-profit entity. How would the balance sheet differ if it were a not-for-profit hospital?

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1-      The financial structure and policies of a health care entity can differ by type of ownership, type of services provided, volume or complexity of the services provided, and its surrounding competition. How might the financial structure and policies of a community-owned, stand-alone rural hospital with an attached nursing home differ from those of a similar urban facility that is part of a for-profit chain?

 

The financial structure and policies of health care entity can differ by many categories. As well there are many ways that a community-owned, stand-alone rural hospital can be differed from an urban facility. Most modern health care organization has been focusing on how to make a lot of profit. This is one of the reasons that there are so many competitions in cu