HSM 451 Norfolk State University Comprehensive Health Planning Telemedicine Discussion

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Comprehensive Health Planning, HSM 451-90

Individual Assignment 4 (30 Points)

Module 5

Assignment 

Review and study Chapters 1 - 13 in the textbook (Harrison, 2016).

Review and study the PowerPoints posted in Blackboard, Materials and Resources.  

Watch the video The Future of Healthcare at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xksm8ZGgLmw

Watch VideoThe Future of Healthcare

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Discuss how Telemedicine made an impact to be able to continuously provide healthcare to patients during the pandemic of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).   

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1 Individual Assignment 1: Responsibilities of the Chief Financial Officer Your Name Department of Nursing and Allied Health, Norfolk State University HSM 331-90: Health Financial Management Dr. Batrina Martin January 21, 2021 2 Responsibilities of the Chief Financial Officer In health care organizations, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) measures and reports on the validity of meeting the business's objectives. The CFO also measures the effectiveness of policies and procedures to attain those objectives (Nowicki, 2018). One of the CFO's primary goals is to protect the assets of the organization and ensure that the hospital systems are running most cost-effectively. To achieve the hospital goals, the characteristics and traits of CFOs will be discussed. Also, the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), conducted a survey in 2015 to identify typical CFO profiles (Nowicki, 2018). Subsequently, the International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences published an article that identified healthcare CFO professional development attributes. This paper aims to identify the characteristics, traits, and responsibilities of CFOs and their fiduciary duties in healthcare organizations. Characteristics and Traits of the CFO There are some CFOs that oversee the day-to-day administrative operations of healthcare organizations. They plan and supervise all medical services that include monitoring budgets and updating health records. Nowicki (2018) believes there are six skills that CFOs must have: 1) the ability to communicate clearly, 2) provide day-to-day leadership, 3) manage resources and finances, 4) build coalitions, 5) create a positive organizational culture, and 6) maintain strong physician relationships. ACHE Survey of Typical CFO Profiles The American College of Healthcare Executive (ACHE) conducted a survey that showed CFO compensation trends of middle managers from 2005 to 2015. There were seven CFO job 3 titles that showed a progression of increased salaries. In 2015, the director/manager of managed care's largest salary was $134,000 followed by the director/manager of finance at $127,600 (Nowiski, 2018). Today, the nationwide average CFO hospital annual salary is $152,106 (Zip recruiter, 2020). CFO Professional Development Attributes The International Journal of Innovation and Research in Educational Sciences published an article titled "Identifying Healthcare CFO Professional Development Attributes” written by Rochester, Wilson, Berkshire, & Houlihan (2017). The article identifies the concern of uncontrolled healthcare expenditures in the United States. The authors also identified fourteen important attributes for CFO development and success. The top five attributes respectively ranked: "1) ability to translate financial information into meaningful action, 2) effective communicator, 3) high integrity, 4) ability to translate financial and performance metrics into useful measures for operations people, and 5) ability to execute…" (p. 617). The article focused on the importance of financial leaders having a professional development portfolio. Conclusion This paper aimed to identify the characteristics, traits, and responsibilities of CFOs and their fiduciary duties in healthcare organizations. Research and literature reviews were conducted for the past five years. Research showed that the healthcare industry would be the most prominent industry by 2026, employing more than one-third of all jobs in the country with the projected growth rate exceeding every other sector (BLS, 2016). The characteristics, traits, and responsibilities of CFOs play an essential role in helping the United States reduce healthcare costs by improving the CFO professional development portfolio. 4 References Bureau of Labor and Statistics. (2016). Industry employment and output projections to 2024. https://www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2015/article/industry-employment-and-output-projectionsto-2024.htm Hospital Chief Financial Officer Salary. (2020). https://www.ziprecruiter.com/Salaries/HospitalChief-Financial-Officer-Salary. Nowicki, M. (2018). Introduction to the financial management of healthcare organizations (7th ed.). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Rochester, C., Wilson, A., Berkshire, S., & Houlihan, R. (2017). Identifying healthcare CFO professional development attributes. https://www.ijires.org/administrator/components/com_jresearch/files/publications/IJIRES _1096_FINAL.pdf
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Running Head: TELEMEDICINE

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Telemedicine
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TELEMEDICINE

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In healthcare, telemedicine refers to the use of electronic information and medicine using
technology to deliver healthcare services. The telemedicine idea incorporates the long-distance
supply of medical services to patients; it is a remote treatment method (Harst, 2019). Telemedicine
involves medical informatics, needs assessments, information technology, technology transfer,
and technology transfer—to deliver healthcare services. Telemedicine helps promote health and
wellness in remote areas and improves healthcare quality by ensuring efficient science and data
research. Telemedicine has significantly contributed to the treatment and management of the
Covid-19 virus during the pandemic season.
Telemedicine has helped in reaching out to the remote population during the Covid-19
pandemic. Covid-19 hit as a pandemic all at once,...


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