Financial Analysis Fundamentals

Learn to perform professional level financial analysis of a company. This course teaching how to analyze the: - income statement - balance sheet - cash flow statement It also teaches important ratios and metrics to evaluate the health of a business. This course is designed for beginner to intermediate accounting and finance professionals. Click on the activity to learn more!
Corporate Finance Institute

Excel Crash Course - Spreadsheet Formulas Tutoria

Course Description Learn all the tips, tricks, shortcuts, functions and formulas you need to be an Excel power user. This course is designed specifically for Excel users who are performing professional financial analysis and financial modeling. We cover all levels - from beginner to advanced users. Build a strong foundation in Excel for careers in: Investment banking Private equity Corporate development Equity research Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Learn industry leading...
Corporate Finance Institute

Quality Measures Deliver Quality Care

Discover Duke University’s quality initiatives. Duke’s priorities began by incorporating the STEEEP criteria, Baldridge initiatives all while maintaining Duke University Values. Duke’s vision included quality/safety, patient experience, work culture and their financial position for growth. Transforming their patient-centered facilities with a strong teamwork structure, complex care plans and coordination of care and intensive case review process lead to their success in reducing admissio...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

DSM-5 and ICD-10: Uses, Challenges, and Documentation

Explore DSM-5 Coding issues, uses and misuses in the world of ICD-10. Dr. Peck will define the clinical dilemmas in the use of DSM-5 or ICD-10 and the important changes Psychologists need to know in certain clinical diagnoses. Examine clinical documentation improvement efforts in transitioning to ICD-10. MHMD Memorial Hermann’s journey to improve documentation and coding. At the conclusion of the activity, attendees will be able to: Explain the correlation of DSM-5 and ICD coding as...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

The ACO Journey, Legal Environment, & Peer Review Risks

The formation of the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) fosters the concepts of providing quality, safe, financially secure care; as such fulfilling the ethical responsibility the AMA requires for practitioners. Discuss the MSSP proposed rule on assignments, data sharing, financial benchmarks for ACO’s. Reduce your risks during an ACO Peer Review by preparing an internal audit. Improve your performance by following the dimensions of quality, accountable care goals and the four domains of...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

Physician Leadership Development and Challenges

Physician leaders are essential to improving the safety, efficiency, and accessibility of health care. Where do you find such a leader and what are the keys for success? This session advises on the selection, development, support, challenges, and accountability of successful physician leaders. Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding of what is required to be a successful practitioner under the ACA. Protect your practice and improve the health of both your patients and community i...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

Leveraging Physician Engagement

Discover what motivates physicians and health care professionals to work together to create an improved patient experience. Physician engagement seeks to reduce suffering for patients and improve upon safety and quality measures. This session discusses the importance of culture and communication in driving physician engagement, and how to measure success. Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding of what is required to be a successful practitioner under the ACA. Protect your pr...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

The Expanding Role of the Physician Advisor and Utilization Management

As the landscape and focus on health care changes, key players will emerge as important factors in securing safer, more effective practices in the realm of quality and patient safety. In support of our alliance with the American College of Physician Advisors and in conjunction with the Physician Advisor sub-specialty of the HCQM Certification, this activity explores the importance and roles of the Physician Advisor in our remodeled culture. Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

Evolving Practices in Patient Health & Safety

Learn about two initiatives that seek to improve patient health and safety by targeting practitioners. Huddle for Care is an online environment that brings health care professionals together to collaborate on transitional care. Psychological assessment is then discussed as it pertains to predicting outcomes and how this can contribute to safety for both the practitioners and the patients. Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding of what is required to be a successful practitioner ...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

“In the Crosshairs”: US Healthcare in the Era of ACA

Health care today expands beyond treating the patient. Practitioners, health plans, patients, and administrators are all seeking ways to measure care, find the value, and improve upon outcomes. This activity features dynamic content from the leaders of this transformative era, giving you the information you need to provide the best care possible to our population. Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding of what is required to be a successful practitioner under the ACA. Protect yo...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

ICD-10 & Accountable Care- Financial and Legal Implications

Address the new financial and legal implications introduced by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ICD-10. Expand your understanding of the legal responsibilities faced by ACOs working with CMS data, discover tools for ACO success, evaluate the financial implications of the ACA, review ICD-10, and recognize the importance of documentation Now is the time to gain an in-depth understanding of what is required to be a successful practitioner under the ACA. Protect your practice and improve the ...
American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians (ABQAURP)

Payment Processing Considerations to Comply with IRS and PCI-DSS Regulations & Policies (Video)

This 1 hour pre-recorded webinar will focus on the credit card and payment processing industry. It discusses an overview of the industry, IRS forms and filings related to payment processing methods (IRS section 6050W and form 1099-K), Payment Card Industry – Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS), the Durbin Amendment to the Dodd-Frank Act, and other industry issues. These issues are of primary interest to CPAs and tax professionals. Updated as of January 28, 2012.
CPEthink.com

The Professional Financial Consultant: Commercial, SBA, Real Estate, and Venture Capital Financing

This course is designed to train people interested in financing services to develop the knowledge and techniques required to approve and package a variety of loans and financing, such as SBA loans and venture capital financing. Understanding the new money markets and finding available sources of capital for investment, expansion, real estate development, and personal investment have challenged the majority of businesses. The course focuses on the basic principles, concepts, terminology and ins...
CPEthink.com

Personal Financial Planning for Accountants

A comprehensive course on personal finance. What is more important to the "average person”' than personal financial planning and money management? This course teaches you all the major areas in personal financial planning—planning your personal finances, managing your personal finances, making your purchase decisions, insuring your resources, investing tour financial resources, and controlling your financial future. Topics covered include time value calculations, budgeting, career planning...
CPEthink.com

Financial Planning Basics for Individuals

This basic course covers the overall approach by the individual to the financial planning process. It encompasses the areas of expertise needed by individuals to do the process or to know when they need a professional financial planner. Coverage of the areas of the financial plan is provided through basic discussion of the concepts, theories, and definitions involved in the financial planning process. Guidelines are provided for the individuals implementation of the financial planning process,...
CPEthink.com

Financial Markets: A Comprehensive Overview

Financial markets represent the lifeblood of our global economy. These mechanisms promote greater economic efficiency by transferring funds from individuals, businesses and governments with an excess of available funds to those with a shortage. Funds are transferred in the financial markets through the purchase and sale of financial instruments (such as stocks and bonds). Short-term financial instruments are available in money markets, while longer-term financial instruments are purchased and ...
CPEthink.com

Exchange Traded Funds

This course looks at ETFs, securities designed to replicate the performance of a stock or bond index (e.g., S&P 500 Index or Lehman Brothers 20+ Year Treasury Index.) It covers the manner in which ETFs are created and offered to investors. It looks at the key features of ETFs and how they stack up to comparable products, such as index mutual funds, including such areas as tax advantages. The course features some of the biggest, as well as most popular ETF offerings and the companies that offer...
CPEthink.com

Courtesy Bootcamp (Video)

First and foremost, common courtesy is becoming a loss and it costs businesses up to thirty percent of what their annual revenue could be. Public Speaker, Edutainer, Civility Engineer, Anthonette Klinkerman and her Courtesy Bootcamp ™ is just what you want at your next event to provide a crash course in courtesy for your -people development- needs.
CPEthink.com

Applied Operations Management: Manufacturing and Services

This course teaches you how to manage operations and productive systems. Operations management involves the planning, coordinating, and executing of all activities that create goods or services. You will gain a working knowledge of methods for designing operational functions, systems and processes; will learn to apply strategic and operational decisions in improving processes for delivering goods and services to customers; and will learn to apply tools to achieve competitive in both manufactur...
CPEthink.com

Adding Financial Planning to Your CPA Practice

This course covers the process to be used when the CPA firm adds the service of Financial Planning for their clients. It encompasses the areas of expertise needed by the CPA to be a professional Financial Planner. Coverage of the areas of the financial plan is provided through basic discussion of the concepts, theories, and definitions involved in the financial planning process. Guidelines are provided for the CPAs implementation of the financial planning process from the data gathering throug...
CPEthink.com

A Complete Guide to Investing (Fundamentals of Investments)

This course teaches you the securities market, the various types of investment securities (stocks, bond, options, futures, tax-advantaged investments, mutual funds, etc.), and the risk-return characteristics of each. It focuses on the principles and tools of investment analysis, asset allocation, portfolio selection and management. The course tells you what are available to invest in, the features of each type of investment, the advantages and disadvantages of each investment category, includi...
CPEthink.com

Human Capital Management

This course prepares students to address the concepts of personnel development as managers. Students learn criteria for developing effective job analysis, appraisal systems, and appropriate career development plans for employees. Other topics include personnel selection, employee compensation, benefits, training, workplace diversity, discipline, employee rights, unions, and management behaviors. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of...
University of Phoenix

Essentials Of Human Resource Management

Becoming an Human Resource (HR) professional requires a working knowledge of the six key management practices of HR. Learners will explore the SHRM Essentials of HR Management through case study, research and evaluation, leaving the classroom with the ability to apply the critical knowledge and skills required to handle challenging HR issues and minimize organization risk. Compensation and Benefits & Employee Development Explain the components of a total reward system. Explain the proce...
University of Phoenix

Benefit Plan Fundamentals

Offering employee benefits is critical in today's economy and workforce as they often create a competitive edge for the employer. Human resource professionals must understand the importance of employee benefits and how they impact the organization. In this course, students will understand growth of employee benefits, identify legislation surrounding benefits and differentiate what is mandatory and voluntary on behalf of the employer and the employee. This course provides .5 continuing educatio...
University of Phoenix

Keys To Developing A Wellness Program

Organizations experience illness related costs in the billions each year. Workplace wellness programs are an essential part of any organization's strategy for maintaining a healthy and productive workplace environment. One responsibility of human resources is to execute and promote health and wellness to employees. Students will explore the importance of workplace wellness programs, identify policies and programs that promote workplace productivity and understand critical elements required for...
University of Phoenix

Evaluating And Developing Compensation Plans

Compensation is a key component of an organization's total rewards strategy. Human resource professionals must possess the skills to evaluate and develop compensation plans. In this course, students will identify important components of compensation and benefits, analyze federal laws and regulations related to compensation, differentiate between mandatory and voluntary compensation and benefits, and assess how needs assessment and strategies relate to compensation plans. This course provides 0...
University of Phoenix

Differentiating Fmla And Ada

Leaves of absence for employees are determined by an organizations compliance with the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As a human resource professional, understanding an employer's obligations under these laws is important to decreasing exposure to liability. In this course, students will identify the differences and similarities between FMLA and ADA and examine employer obligations. This course provides .5 continuing education units, in one -...
University of Phoenix

Labor Relations And Unions

As a human resource professional it is imperative to understand: collective bargaining agreements, unionization processes, and the rights and responsibilities of employees, management and unions regarding federal labor relation laws and processes. In this course, students will examine the unionization process, identify unfair labor practices and identify collective bargaining processes in order to create equitable workplace environments. This course provides .5 continuing education units, over...
University of Phoenix

Supporting Diversity

Possessing multicultural competence and advocation is necessary in today's diverse workforce and multicultural environments. Human resource professionals are accountable to the development and success of diversity within an organization. In this course, students will identify how to accommodate diverse employee populations in accordance with legislation, extend personal styles to include a variety of perspectives and represent multicultural awareness on behalf of the organization and it's empl...
University of Phoenix

Hr Business Partners Within An Organization

The role of the Human Resource (HR) professional has shifted from being transactional to transformational. HR professionals partner with the business to develop, improve, and carry out the strategic goals of the organization. Learners will review the HR Business Partner (HRBP) role as it relates to an organization's goals and initiatives and identify business environment and trends to propose and support strategic initiatives. This course provides .5 continuing education units, over one 5-hour...
University of Phoenix

Human Resource Analytics

Metrics, balanced scorecards, analytics and other data driven decision-making tools are standard operational tools used in business today. This course will delve into methods that capture and store a variety of data and explain how human resource professionals have the ability to use data to predict and potentially prevent problematic situations. Students will learn how to assign metrics to strategic initiatives, while adding value to human resource systems. This course provides .5 continuing ...
University of Phoenix

Complexities Of Employment Law And Relations

Human resource professionals are responsible for understanding and applying employment law regulations within an ogranization resulting in positive employee and employer relations. This course explores federal laws and regulations that impact employee and labor relations in the workplace. Students will identify employement legistlation as it relates to: employee and employer relations, the development of organizational programs and procedures, its impact on performance management and disciplin...
University of Phoenix

Employee Motivation And Engagement

A motivated and engaged employee paves the way to successful business results and saves an organization time and money. Human resource professionals align, develop, and execute employee engagement plans that drive organizational success. In this course, students will understand how to engage employees, link employee engagement to organizational goals, and execute strategy to maintain an engaged workforce. This course provides .5 continuing education units, over one 5-hour workshop. The tuition...
University of Phoenix

Talent Acquisition And Retention

Talent acquisition and retention impacts all aspects of the workplace and everyone has a role to fulfill to ensure an organization runs smoothly and is successful. As critical responsibilities of human resource professionals, it is imperative to understand how to recruit, retain and align talent with an organization's strategy. In this course, students will identify innovative recruiting strategies, understand strategies that increase retention, and understand aligning of recruiting practices ...
University of Phoenix

Preventing Violence In The Workplace

Workplace violence costs U.S. businesses and organizations billons each year. Human Resource professionals have the challenge of preventing, educating, and documenting workplace violence to ensure proper strategies are in effect so employees are safe. In this course, students will review the definition of workplace violence, identify workplace prevention strategies, and effective anti-violence practices for organizations. This course provides .5 continuing education units, over one 5 - hour wo...
University of Phoenix

Social Media Strategies And Policy

Social media empowers people to connect, personalize, and influence communities, consumers, colleagues, employees, and organizations; all by way of electronic communication. While there are benefits with the use of social media, there are also risks. Human resource professionals must understand, manage usage and execute the strategies of all forms of social media. In this course students will learn the uses of social media in relationship to organizational objectives, performance results, poli...
University of Phoenix

The Role Of The Strategic Hr Professional

The Role of the Strategic Human Resource (HR) Professional course provides a comprehensive overview of the current HR landscape. In this course, students will review the vital contributions, roles, behaviors, and strategic functions HR professionals play in the development, implementation and execution of organization wide objectives. Through this examination, students will develop an understanding of HR, its impact on the business environment and how HR professionals contribute to the organiz...
University of Phoenix

Family, Community, And Media Relations

This course focuses on the role of the school principal as a catalyst for developing and maintaining collaboration with families, business and community groups, and the media to support a school’s vision and programs. Candidates analyze the research on school and community relations and its implications for their particular school. They also examine ways of learning about the nature of community resources, interests, and needs; establishing reciprocal relationships; the use of conflict resol...
University of Phoenix

Equity, Diversity, And Access In Education

This course provides candidates the opportunity to examine and to reflect upon equity, diversity, and access in education. In particular, the course focuses on the potential for contributions of students, families, teachers, and staff through equitable participation in school practices, programs, and curriculum. Candidates examine their personal beliefs, as well as issues regarding equity, diversity, and access, in the context of leadership. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course ...
University of Phoenix

School Improvement Processes

This course focuses on the use of assessments in K-12 education and in developing school improvement plans from a principal perspective. Candidates review the types of assessments that a school leader needs to be familiar with, and how a school leader can use assessment data to measure student achievement. Additionally, the model and processes of continuous school improvement are explored. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a deg...
University of Phoenix

Human Resources Leadership And Management

This course focuses on the responsibilities involved in human resources administration in education. Methods of recruitment, selection, induction, development, compensation, and appraisal are examined. In addition, the course analyzes strategic planning, employment continuity, employment justice including laws, policies and procedures, and unionism. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, sp...
University of Phoenix

School Policy And Law For Principals

This course examines legal theory and practice in the context of the educational setting. The United States Constitution, federal and state court systems, legal issues, and their impact on schools are discussed, analyzed, and applied to current educational practices. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor. Legal Framework and Other Issues Affecting Public...
University of Phoenix

Business And Facilities Management

In this course, candidates study the processes for managing business functions and school facilities. Principal candidates study school budgeting and accounting procedures and examine issues regarding facilities management. Principal candidates also participate in field experiences related to business and facilities management. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment...
University of Phoenix

Administration Of Special Programs

This course provides an overview of various federal, state, non-profit, and private funding programs and grants. Candidates study the components and requirements of these programs, practice grant-writing skills, and participate in field experiences related to special programs administration. This graduate-level course is 6 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor. Government-Sponsored Sc...
University of Phoenix

Supervision Of Curriculum, Instruction And Assessment

This course examines principals’ responsibilities related to supervision of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Principal candidates study the relationships among supervision, curriculum design, national and state standards, and effective instructional practice for diverse learners. Candidates also review the types of assessments that school leaders must be familiar with, the use of assessments to measure and support student achievement, the continuous school improvement model, and the ...
University of Phoenix

Business Management and Organizational Leadership with CAPM

Today’s managers need to be equipped with the right skills to deal with the growing number of challenges facing them, including dealing with the competition, coping with ethical dilemmas, identifying and hiring talent, managing diversity, building sustainability, and adapting to the latest technology. This course will provide students with a thorough understanding of management, with a focus on the characteristics of successful managers, manager development, and the importance of critical th...
Bronx Community College

Business Management and Organizational Leadership for PMP

Today’s managers need to be equipped with the right skills to deal with the growing number of challenges facing them, including dealing with the competition, coping with ethical dilemmas, identifying and hiring talent, managing diversity, building sustainability, and adapting to the latest technology. This course will provide students with a thorough understanding of management, with a focus on the characteristics of successful managers, manager development, and the importance of critical th...
Bronx Community College

An Introduction to Six Sigma

The Six Sigma Yellow Belt course will give learners a flavor of some of the methodologies used in this popular quality tool. The learner will receive an overview of the Six Sigma movement itself and some DMAIC, Control and Causal methodologies.
Bronx Community College

Sales and Marketing Professional

This course is designed to prepare you to successfully working in the sales and marketing industry. Topics will include sales strategies and best practices, marketing strategies and best practices, understanding the customer, producing, marketing, and sales off goods and services, and the global marketplace.
Bronx Community College

Grant Writing

The Certificate in Grant Writing is perfect for anyone seeking to learn the essentials in writing or acquiring grants for private, public, or government use. If you are thinking of starting a business that utilizes grants you want to learn the essentials of writing, researching, obtaining, maintaining, operations and strategies within the grant system.
Bronx Community College

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