Financial Management for Pharmacists: A Decision-Making Approach
In today's rapidly changing managed care enviroment, it's essential for pharmacists to arm themselves with some basic financial skills. Financial Management for Pharmacists: A Decision-Making Approach, 2nd Edition stresses the knowledge you'll need in practice and presents realistic problems that let you apply what you've learned. Book jacket.
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Accounts Payable accounts receivable adjusting entry allocated amount analysis Assume average balance sheet bottles break-even calculated Capital cash balance cash flow cash inflows community pharmacy contribution margin cost to dispense costs and benefits Credit Sales decisions decrease differential costs discount dollar drugs ending inventory estimated example financial statements fixed assets fixed costs forecast GMROI gross margin hospital pharmacy hospital's income statement increase indirect costs ingredient cost inventory turnover investment LIFO Lilly Digest long term debt markup merchandise method month monthly operating budget owner withdrawal owner's equity payment PD Consulting Service pharmacists pharmacy's cost prescription department prescription prices prescription volume present value problem profit purchase ratio Rent Expense retained earnings revenues and expenses salary expense sales volume Sample Pharmacy shown in Figure sold total costs trial balance Valley Pharmacy variable costs variance