Financial and Business Management for the Doctor of Nursing Practice 3rd Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0826160157


Financial and Business Management for the Doctor of Nursing Practice 3rd Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0826160157

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  • Publisher: ‎ Springer Publishing Company; 3rd edition (June 17, 2022)
  • Language: ‎ English
  • 544 pages
  • ISBN-10: ‎ 0826160158
  • ISBN-13: ‎ 978-0826160157

This award-winning resource is the only text to focus on the financial and business skills needed by students in DNP programs. The third edition, updated to reflect key changes in our healthcare system and in nursing competencies, includes three new chapters addressing Big Data, Population Health, and Financial Management in Times of Uncertainty. It examines the impact of COVID on our healthcare system as it relates to nursing competencies, provides expansive coverage of clinical environments beyond acute care, and presents five comprehensive new case studies emphasizing the financial aspects of DNP roles and the DNP Project.

Clear and well-organized, the third edition emphasizes critical skills that nurse leaders need to participate in strategic health care planning. It addresses recent changes to reimbursement and health care regulations. The third edition offers updated information on ambulatory care, cost and ratio analysis, new examples of financial statements, and a new business plan. Enhanced teaching strategies include real-life case studies, challenging critical thinking questions, learning games, key terms, and an extensive glossary. New PowerPoint slides add to the text’s value as a vital teaching tool.

New to the Third Edition:

  • New chapters:
    • Financial Implications of Population Health Management
    • Role of Technology/Information/AI, and Big Data in Health Care Finance
    • Financial Management in Times of Uncertainty, Shortages, and Change
  • Covers managing outpatient microsystems and building the CNO/CFO relationship
  • Discusses quantifying the value of academic/practice partnerships
  • Addresses key changes to reimbursement and health care regulations
  • Provides enhanced teaching strategies including new PowerPoint slides

Key Features:

  • Embeds economic and financial concepts in nursing practice and nursing health care systems
  • Provides a framework for developing critical competencies in the Essentials 10 domains
  • Teaches students how to make business case for DNP projects, how to prepare a budget, determine staffing expenses, prepare a cost-benefit analysis, and more
  • Includes critical thinking questions, learning games, key terms, glossary

Table of Contents:

Title Page
Foreword Susan J. Penner, DrPH, RN, MN, MPA, CNL
Instructor Resources
PART I: The Big Picture of Healthcare Finance
1. The Economic Context of Nursing Practice in the United States
2. Health Insurance and Reimbursement
3. Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Leader Strategies for Practice and Population Health Management: Financial Implications
4. International Healthcare Finance Trends
PART II: Budgeting, Strategic Planning, and Financial Statements
5. Budgeting in Acute Care Settings
6. Indicators for DNPs Managing Outpatient Microsystems
7. Strategic Planning and Capital Budgeting
8. Financial Analysis and the DNP: Understanding Business Performance in Healthcare
PART III: Quality, Data Analysis, Legal Issues, and Ethics
9. Ensuring Quality Care While Controlling Costs
10. Basic Data Analysis Techniques for Nurse Leaders
11. Role of Technology, Informatics, Artificial Intelligence, and Big Data in Healthcare Finance
12. Legal, Ethical, and Policy Issues
PART IV: Pulling It All Together
13. Project Management for Nurse Leaders
14. Healthcare Grant Writing in Acute, Ambulatory, Academic, and Community Settings
15. Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Nurse Leaders: Developing a Business Case
16. CNO–CFO Dyad: An Essential Relationship
17. Making the Financial Case for Academic-Practice Partnerships: The ROI for Specialty Education
PART V: The Future of Healthcare
18. Financial Management in Times of Uncertainty, Shortages, and Change
19. The Efficient Hospital of the Future: Improving Patient Access and Patient Flow

Dr. KT Waxman, DNP, MBA, RN, CNL, CENP, CHSE, FSSH, FAAN, FAONL, is a national nurse leader and executive with extensive experience in healthcare and corporate settings. She is Professor and Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at the University of California, San Francisco’s School of Nursing. She is also the Director of the California Simulation Alliance (CSA) at HealthImpact. In addition to her work at UCSF and the CSA, she is the Editor-in -Chief for Nursing Administration Quarterly (NAQ). An internationally known speaker and author, Waxman is also a past president of the Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) and past board member, serving as Treasurer, for the American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL). She is a Past President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH), a 5,000+ member international, inter-professional organization.

Dr. Mary Lynne Knighten, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, is a board certified nurse executive with more than 30 years of progressive management experience in leading patient care operations, developing staff, building clinical programs, improving patient satisfaction and quality outcomes, mitigating cost inefficiencies, controlling budgets, ensuring regulatory compliance, educating, conducting research, and negotiating contracts for major medical centers and teaching hospitals and has educated in RN-to-BSN and DNP programs at private faith-based universities.

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