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Hospital project financing and refinancing under prospective payment

James L. Elrod

Hospital project financing and refinancing under prospective payment

by James L. Elrod

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Published by American Hospital Pub. in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hospitals -- Design and construction -- Finance,
  • Hospitals -- Prospective payment,
  • Hospitals -- Finance,
  • Economics, Hospital,
  • Financial Management -- methods,
  • Reimbursement Mechanisms

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames L. Elrod, Jr., James A. Wilkinson.
    ContributionsWilkinson, James A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA967 .E57 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 149 p. ;
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3021103M
    ISBN 100939450577
    LC Control Number85001264
    OCLC/WorldCa11650541

    Payments from Medicare for inpatient hospital services are generally made under the prospective payment system, commonly known as “PPS.” Under PPS, our hospitals are paid a prospectively determined amount for each hospital discharge based on the patient’s diagnosis. Welcome to the world’s leading PPP event focused on the Healthcare sector. Our Summit will bring together the key stakeholders in the Healthcare PPP Ecosystem including those working on successful PPP projects in North America, Europe and Asia, to share lessons learned so far.

      Principles of Finance for Health Information and Informatics Professionals, Second Edition arms HIM students with the tools to participate actively as professionals within a healthcare entity or consulting practice. The text outlines Price: $ If the book can fulfill even a small part of its promises to influence the future of project management for construction, our efforts will have been amply rewarded. For version (Summer ), a number of new examples, updates and references have been inserted throughout the text.

      (b) All notes, bonds or other obligations issued by the authority for the financing of any project or projects, including any general obligation bonds of the authority, shall be in accordance with their terms of full force and effect and valid and binding upon the corporation as the successor to the authority, and with respect to any resolution. NOTE: Additional prospective payment systems were implemented in subsequent years for other health care settings. See Table in Chapter 9. The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) of allowed former employees, retirees, spouses, domestic partners, and eligible dependent children who lose coverage due to certain qualifying.


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Financing Options for Large Hospitals and Multi-Hospital Systems The following is an excerpt from Lancaster Pollard's "White Paper III for Community Hospitals & Systems." A. Author(s): Elrod,James L; Wilkinson,James A Title(s): Hospital project financing and refinancing under prospective payment/ James L.

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Long-term financing means capital requirements for a period of more than 5 years to 10, 15, 20 years or maybe more depending on other factors. Capital expenditures in fixed assets like plant and machinery, land and building, etc of business are funded using long-term sources of finance.

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Donors are “buyers” and they have an agenda and are entitled to have an agenda. What do donors want. Most donors want a range of things. These include:File Size: KB. Project finance is the long-term financing of infrastructure and industrial projects based upon the projected cash flows of the project rather than the balance sheets of its sponsors.

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Practical expedients issued by the FASB. Where the project company is supplying a service such as a road, hospital, schools or water-treatment services to a government entity under a project agreement, the offtake and payment arrangements will be within the main project agreement between the project company and the government entity.

CT proposes to fund the project by splitting the debt financing into: 1. The financing of the construction and payment of the cash consideration to X Hospital 2. The financing of the operation and refinancing of (1). The financing of each phase will be systematically refinanced as stated in (2).

The Funding Plan bursement under a cost based system, rather than the national Prospective Payment System, their operating profits are bol-stered and borrowing capacity increased. In fact, to expand its universe of critical access hospi-tals for the Program, HUD per-mits mortgage bankers to recast the financials utilizing a cost based reimbursement methodol.

An emerging trend in project and concession financing is the use of targeted risk coverage, a structured financial mechanism that shifts specifically identified project risks to a third party, such as a multiline insurance or reinsurance company, a designated creditor, or, conceptually, any party that is willing to assume those risks, including.

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The topic coverage is well organized and complete moving from the fundamentals to the more complex issues. A type of loss contingency, for which a company may accrue a liability depending on the company's ability to determine the degree of probability that an assessment may be asserted, the probability of an unfavorable outcome, and the ability to make a.

The payment method, whether personal, through a check, online banking, etc. The number of times the payment is going to be made. There are various options. For example, the loan can be paid at one time, or it can be done in yearly or monthly installments. The amount of interest to be added on top of the loaned amount.

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(6) "Net effective interest rate" means, with reference to a contract, the interest amount considered by the governing body of a governmental agency to accrue on a contract.