Many nonprofit organizations develop budgets based on traditional methods utilized by accountants and finance managers. This is good for external reporting but less useful for internal decision-making about organizational priorities and alignment to the budget. Activity Based Costing (ABC) is an approach that makes transparent all the activities of the organization and their associated costs which provides useful information to management. This session introduces the concept of ABC accounting, benefits and showcases real-world examples.
This session will give an overview of recent and anticipated federal health policy initiatives in both Congress and the Administration, covering issues such as Medicare physician payment, surprise billing, insurance coverage, and public health. Policymaker priorities, election politics, and stakeholder perspectives will be covered, as well as the views and advocacy strategies being pursued by medical organizations.
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This threat was unlike any other since MICRA's adoption. The collective medical industry had focused resources on legislative and legal arenas, so taking the decision to voters removed many of the advantages in candidate education built up over many years. The threat extended beyond California, as the trial attorneys and their strategists made it clear they would use this strategy as a model across the country if successful. Defending malpractice reforms in one state become a necessity for the entire nation.
Anatomy of a Medical Society – Fundamentals for Association Professionals is an immersive program that aims to help those who are still uncovering the mysteries of medical society management, preparing participants for the unique aspects of organized medicine while providing them with a peer network to support them throughout their careers.