N military regulations written by the chief accountant to the hospital finance (financial section)
"Income statement is face, balance sheet is inside, cash flow statement is day". In 2020, please keep your eyes wide open and keep your eyes on the last watch.
Read the recent macro policies carefully, they are releasing huge superposition effect (please remember the word "superposition"). We should be good at using rules, learn to cry for the poor (it's really poor), and never forget to look up to the stars.
"If the financial department doesn't go deep into the front line, it's like the doctor doesn't check the room." I appreciate this sentence. This is the key to operation and the starting point of industry finance integration. If you want to know something about the mountain, you need to ask the woodcutter. Attend the analysis meetings of different departments as nonvoting delegates, and regularly participate in the business learning of front-line departments. You will have different thinking patterns.
Division of labor is relative and development is absolute. There is always a gray area or "responsibility gap" between hospital departments. At this time, the financial department should take the initiative to fill the vacancy. Why is the emphasis on financial personnel? Because of many problems in management, the vast majority can be attributed to the distribution of interests. Clearly, it's attribution.
As for the profession of accounting, there used to be a pessimistic saying that "those who do well (stay) in hospital and those who do not go to court". I don't agree with this passage, but I agree with the truth, that is, we should always be awed and humble about our profession and life.
If you are right, but everyone thinks it is wrong, it must be wrong, because there is something wrong with your communication. Therefore, communication is very important for financial personnel.
Right or wrong, one or the other, using rules to talk about things, and using systems to protect the body, which is the obsession of accounting, but also the personality limitations of professional training (I think it can be classified as "work-related injury"). When you start to jump out of the data to see the data, when you learn to think like a dean, you are not far from success.
As for the internal control of accounting, my point is: no matter how much attention is paid to internal control, it will not be too much, because it is the cornerstone of the stability of financial work. How to do internal control? Start by focusing on the monthly reconciliation of bank balances.
Raise money for the hospital, manage money for the hospital and "divide" money for the dean. Well, "cent" money (sensitive word HA) tests the great wisdom of finance.
It can improve the hospital's talent introduction competitiveness by listing the social security premiums borne by the hospital on the staff wage slip. It's not a number game. I don't tell him.
I'm concerned about how much money I've saved, and I'm more concerned about whether this money should be spent. "This is the management creed of Ali's chief financial officer, Cai Chongxin. Therefore, budget is always the key to control expenditure.
Department cost, project cost and disease cost; evasion, compensation and over expenditure; more and more "scientific" evaluation, more and more extreme cost control… Sometimes, I have a career achievement, sometimes, I feel sad and inexplicable. You must be able to understand some of the meanings here.
If the "war epidemic" is divided into "the first half and the second half", in the first half, the medical staff have already handed over the most perfect answer sheet. In the second half, the financial test was just beginning. Don't underestimate the impact of this epidemic on hospitals. The data in 2019 will probably be the peak in the future.
Pay attention to the official account of outstanding peers. Forward the article that your leader forwarded, at least, don't forget to like it.
Don't stop reading. Don't be fat. Don't worry. In the age of AI intelligence, the profession of accounting must and will die out, but management accounting will last forever.