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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Produced by: MedLearn Publishing
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios....
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Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
Actual high-risk cases, selected and prepared by our experts - You need training resources that deliver maximum how-to knowledge in the least amount of time — resources that draw from real-life scenarios. Which is why you need our Recovery Audit Contractor: Case Studies. Each course contains two cases, derived from actual medical records. Cases are selected based on their potential to push the limits of regulatory compliance — and catch the attention of auditors (RAC, MIC, MAC, ZPIC and CERT) — whether the issue is coding errors, insufficient documentation and/or inappropriate admissions. In addition to a hands-on exercise, you get detailed explanations and rationale with every course, directly from MedLearn experts and field consultants.
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The global insurance industry provides protection for corporations, groups, and individuals, ensuring that risk can be mitigated and losses, if any, can be recouped. There are basic concepts associated with...
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The global insurance industry provides protection for corporations, groups, and individuals, ensuring that risk can be mitigated and losses, if any, can be recouped. There are basic concepts associated with insurance, underwriting, and actuarial practices. These concepts form the basis for a thorough understanding of the practical uses of insurance, the purpose of risk assessment and mitigation, and the role played by insurance companies and their employees. This course presents a high-level overview of the basics of insurance, risk assessment, underwriting, claims, and actuarial science.
The global insurance industry provides protection for corporations, groups, and individuals, ensuring that risk can be mitigated and losses, if any, can be recouped. There are basic concepts associated with insurance, underwriting, and actuarial practices. These concepts form the basis for a thorough understanding of the practical uses of insurance, the purpose of risk assessment and mitigation, and the role played by insurance companies and their employees. This course presents a high-level overview of the basics of insurance, risk assessment, underwriting, claims, and actuarial science.
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Employees are often confronted with the responsibility of protecting a company's intellectual property rights, while still communicating the company's identity or ideas to internal and external customers. How...
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Employees are often confronted with the responsibility of protecting a company's intellectual property rights, while still communicating the company's identity or ideas to internal and external customers. How do employees perform this function effectively? This course explains the basic types of intellectual property, the legal protections in place, and the potential consequences of violating intellectual property laws. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by the Labor, Employment, and Employee Benefits Law Group of the law firm of Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green PA. Please note, however, that the course materials and content are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Nothing herein, or in the course materials, shall be construed as professional advice as to any particular situation or constitute a legal opinion with respect to compliance with any federal, state, or local laws. Transmission of the information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel. The information contained herein is provided only as general information that may or may not reflect the most current legal developments. This information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to constitute legal advice or to substitute for obtaining legal advice from an attorney licensed in your state.
Employees are often confronted with the responsibility of protecting a company's intellectual property rights, while still communicating the company's identity or ideas to internal and external customers. How do employees perform this function effectively? This course explains the basic types of intellectual property, the legal protections in place, and the potential consequences of violating intellectual property laws. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by the Labor, Employment, and Employee Benefits Law Group of the law firm of Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green PA. Please note, however, that the course materials and content are for informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. Nothing herein, or in the course materials, shall be construed as professional advice as to any particular situation or constitute a legal opinion with respect to compliance with any federal, state, or local laws. Transmission of the information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers should not act upon this information without seeking professional counsel. The information contained herein is provided only as general information that may or may not reflect the most current legal developments. This information is not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship and is not intended to constitute legal advice or to substitute for obtaining legal advice from an attorney licensed in your state.
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Management of interest rates is an important aspect for any financial institution that lends or borrows funds, as well as for those that invest in fixed income instruments and any other company that uses debt...
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Management of interest rates is an important aspect for any financial institution that lends or borrows funds, as well as for those that invest in fixed income instruments and any other company that uses debt to fund its operations. Benchmark interest rates, which are set by economic authorities in various regions of the world, such as the London Interbank Offered Rate, can materially affect the bottom line profit of these companies. Interest rate management is an important activity for these companies. Using interest rates related activities, these companies can offset any adverse effects associated with interest rate movements. These products are also used by entities that wish to speculate on the movement of interest rates, essentially taking an educated bet on where interest rates may move to over a period of time, and profiting from such moves. This course examines the fundamentals of both long-term and short-term interest rate futures and their specifications, as well as their application in hedging and speculation. It also introduces and demonstrates how Forward Rate Agreements may be used by a corporation to lock in a funding rate into the future.
Management of interest rates is an important aspect for any financial institution that lends or borrows funds, as well as for those that invest in fixed income instruments and any other company that uses debt to fund its operations. Benchmark interest rates, which are set by economic authorities in various regions of the world, such as the London Interbank Offered Rate, can materially affect the bottom line profit of these companies. Interest rate management is an important activity for these companies. Using interest rates related activities, these companies can offset any adverse effects associated with interest rate movements. These products are also used by entities that wish to speculate on the movement of interest rates, essentially taking an educated bet on where interest rates may move to over a period of time, and profiting from such moves. This course examines the fundamentals of both long-term and short-term interest rate futures and their specifications, as well as their application in hedging and speculation. It also introduces and demonstrates how Forward Rate Agreements may be used by a corporation to lock in a funding rate into the future.
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Internal controls and strong corporate governance lead to effective and efficient bank operations in which risks are properly managed and depositors' assets are safeguarded. These best practices ensure that...
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Internal controls and strong corporate governance lead to effective and efficient bank operations in which risks are properly managed and depositors' assets are safeguarded. These best practices ensure that stakeholders can put their trust in the financial system. The banking crisis and rapid growth of the banking industry at the beginning of the 21st century created the need for banks to develop strong internal controls and establish good corporate governance. Banks must be audited, both internally and externally, to assess the state of internal controls and corporate governance and address any identified weaknesses. This course introduces internal control processes and internal and external auditing of banks within the prescribed framework of published guidelines by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
Internal controls and strong corporate governance lead to effective and efficient bank operations in which risks are properly managed and depositors' assets are safeguarded. These best practices ensure that stakeholders can put their trust in the financial system. The banking crisis and rapid growth of the banking industry at the beginning of the 21st century created the need for banks to develop strong internal controls and establish good corporate governance. Banks must be audited, both internally and externally, to assess the state of internal controls and corporate governance and address any identified weaknesses. This course introduces internal control processes and internal and external auditing of banks within the prescribed framework of published guidelines by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
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During the Analyze phase of a Six Sigma improvement project, the team conducts a number of statistical analyses to determine the nature of variables and their interrelationships in the process under study....
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During the Analyze phase of a Six Sigma improvement project, the team conducts a number of statistical analyses to determine the nature of variables and their interrelationships in the process under study. Team members typically collect samples of the population data to be analyzed, and based on that sample data, they make hypotheses about the entire population. Because there is a lot at stake in forming the correct conclusions about the larger population, Six Sigma teams validate their inferences using hypothesis tests. This course introduces basic hypothesis testing concepts, terminologies, and some of the most commonly used hypothesis tests - one- and two-sample tests for means. The course also discusses the importance of sample size and power in hypothesis testing, as well as exploring issues relating to point estimators and confidence intervals in hypothesis testing. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward their certification and to become productive members on their Six Sigma project teams.
During the Analyze phase of a Six Sigma improvement project, the team conducts a number of statistical analyses to determine the nature of variables and their interrelationships in the process under study. Team members typically collect samples of the population data to be analyzed, and based on that sample data, they make hypotheses about the entire population. Because there is a lot at stake in forming the correct conclusions about the larger population, Six Sigma teams validate their inferences using hypothesis tests. This course introduces basic hypothesis testing concepts, terminologies, and some of the most commonly used hypothesis tests - one- and two-sample tests for means. The course also discusses the importance of sample size and power in hypothesis testing, as well as exploring issues relating to point estimators and confidence intervals in hypothesis testing. This course is aligned to the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward their certification and to become productive members on their Six Sigma project teams.
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Outlook is more than an email program; it is also a calendar, to-do list, address book, and virtual mailbox, all in one. However, email handling is Outlook’s most popular feature, and millions of people have...
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Outlook is more than an email program; it is also a calendar, to-do list, address book, and virtual mailbox, all in one. However, email handling is Outlook’s most popular feature, and millions of people have used Outlook as their primary email program since it came out over 20 years ago. This is because it is fast, has many useful features, and is easy to use and customize. Besides keeping track of email, Outlook helps you organize the information you need to conduct daily personal and business tasks and events, like your contact information, your appointments, and your to-do lists. Outlook is basically a digital personal organizer. In this course, you will learn how to create an email account in Outlook, and then use it to send and receive messages. You will learn how to enter and use the contact information in the People Module, and how to organize your to-do list in the Tasks Module. If you are like most people today, you spend a lot of time going to meetings and appointments, so you will also learn how to use the Calendar Module to speed up the scheduling process and better budget your time.
Outlook is more than an email program; it is also a calendar, to-do list, address book, and virtual mailbox, all in one. However, email handling is Outlook’s most popular feature, and millions of people have used Outlook as their primary email program since it came out over 20 years ago. This is because it is fast, has many useful features, and is easy to use and customize. Besides keeping track of email, Outlook helps you organize the information you need to conduct daily personal and business tasks and events, like your contact information, your appointments, and your to-do lists. Outlook is basically a digital personal organizer. In this course, you will learn how to create an email account in Outlook, and then use it to send and receive messages. You will learn how to enter and use the contact information in the People Module, and how to organize your to-do list in the Tasks Module. If you are like most people today, you spend a lot of time going to meetings and appointments, so you will also learn how to use the Calendar Module to speed up the scheduling process and better budget your time.
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Don’t go overbudget or past deadlines again.
Don’t go overbudget or past deadlines again.
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This humorous video illustrates the high risk to your credibility of living by anything less than the highest standards of business ethics.
This humorous video illustrates the high risk to your credibility of living by anything less than the highest standards of business ethics.
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One of the key goals of the Basel framework is to ensure that banks maintain a minimum level of capital at all times in order to cover their credit risk. Basel regulations propose a number of approaches for...
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One of the key goals of the Basel framework is to ensure that banks maintain a minimum level of capital at all times in order to cover their credit risk. Basel regulations propose a number of approaches for determining credit risk capital. Basel II, for instance, proposes an advanced and sophisticated approach called the internal ratings-based (IRB) approach for determining capital requirements for credit risk. This approach relies heavily upon a bank's internal assessment of its counterparties and is subject to strict data, validation, and operational requirements. The IRB approach deals with various types of banking-book exposures, such as corporate and retail credits and borrowers, differently because of their unique underlying risk characteristics. This course presents a high-level overview of the IRB approach for determining retail and corporate credit risk. Apart from providing an overview of Basel, and especially the IRB approach, it also discusses the IRB framework for retail and corporate exposures. The course also discusses risk weights and minimum requirements for these two types of exposures.
One of the key goals of the Basel framework is to ensure that banks maintain a minimum level of capital at all times in order to cover their credit risk. Basel regulations propose a number of approaches for determining credit risk capital. Basel II, for instance, proposes an advanced and sophisticated approach called the internal ratings-based (IRB) approach for determining capital requirements for credit risk. This approach relies heavily upon a bank's internal assessment of its counterparties and is subject to strict data, validation, and operational requirements. The IRB approach deals with various types of banking-book exposures, such as corporate and retail credits and borrowers, differently because of their unique underlying risk characteristics. This course presents a high-level overview of the IRB approach for determining retail and corporate credit risk. Apart from providing an overview of Basel, and especially the IRB approach, it also discusses the IRB framework for retail and corporate exposures. The course also discusses risk weights and minimum requirements for these two types of exposures.
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When banks and other financial institutions offer loans, leases, and other credit related services, counterparty credit risk is arguably the most significant risk that they face. The Basel regulations,...
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When banks and other financial institutions offer loans, leases, and other credit related services, counterparty credit risk is arguably the most significant risk that they face. The Basel regulations, specifically Basel II and III, stress the need for a strong risk measurement and supervision framework and recommend banks follow one of two approaches. The first approach, called the standard approach, requires banks to use ratings from external credit rating agencies to determine minimum capital required to cover their credit exposures. In contrast to this simplistic approach, the second approach, called internal-ratings based (IRB) approach, relies on internal risk rating systems developed by the banks themselves. Banks are required to categorize their risk exposures in categories such as corporate, sovereign, bank, retail, and equity. The estimation of key risk components or parameters such as probability of default, loss given default, exposure at default, and maturity is also required. This course presents a high level view of IRB approaches, rating systems, and related concepts. The course covers the foundation IRB and advanced IRB approaches, and discusses related concepts such as banking-book exposures and risk components. The course also goes on to discuss key components of an IRB system and the rating system design for a bank.
When banks and other financial institutions offer loans, leases, and other credit related services, counterparty credit risk is arguably the most significant risk that they face. The Basel regulations, specifically Basel II and III, stress the need for a strong risk measurement and supervision framework and recommend banks follow one of two approaches. The first approach, called the standard approach, requires banks to use ratings from external credit rating agencies to determine minimum capital required to cover their credit exposures. In contrast to this simplistic approach, the second approach, called internal-ratings based (IRB) approach, relies on internal risk rating systems developed by the banks themselves. Banks are required to categorize their risk exposures in categories such as corporate, sovereign, bank, retail, and equity. The estimation of key risk components or parameters such as probability of default, loss given default, exposure at default, and maturity is also required. This course presents a high level view of IRB approaches, rating systems, and related concepts. The course covers the foundation IRB and advanced IRB approaches, and discusses related concepts such as banking-book exposures and risk components. The course also goes on to discuss key components of an IRB system and the rating system design for a bank.
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What is leadership? Why do we need it? What does it mean to be a good leader? Are leaders made or born? These questions have been asked for decades, and this course attempts to answer these questions. This...
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What is leadership? Why do we need it? What does it mean to be a good leader? Are leaders made or born? These questions have been asked for decades, and this course attempts to answer these questions. This course discusses situational leadership theories.
What is leadership? Why do we need it? What does it mean to be a good leader? Are leaders made or born? These questions have been asked for decades, and this course attempts to answer these questions. This course discusses situational leadership theories.
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Leadership does not occur in a vacuum; it’s a team sport. This means that, for leadership to occur, it requires the efforts of other people. When two or more people get together to do something or to meet...
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Leadership does not occur in a vacuum; it’s a team sport. This means that, for leadership to occur, it requires the efforts of other people. When two or more people get together to do something or to meet some objective, we say that they are organized. If leadership is an activity people engage in, organizations are the place where they do the activity. Organizations take many forms, exist in many sizes, and work towards many different goals. The one thing they have in common, though, is that they all have a unique culture. This course discussed the role that leadership plays to shape organizational culture.
Leadership does not occur in a vacuum; it’s a team sport. This means that, for leadership to occur, it requires the efforts of other people. When two or more people get together to do something or to meet some objective, we say that they are organized. If leadership is an activity people engage in, organizations are the place where they do the activity. Organizations take many forms, exist in many sizes, and work towards many different goals. The one thing they have in common, though, is that they all have a unique culture. This course discussed the role that leadership plays to shape organizational culture.
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Strategic leadership involves knowing how to manage a crisis, or an event that threatens the very existence of an organization. A crisis can be anything from an unexpected and extended hospitalization of the...
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Strategic leadership involves knowing how to manage a crisis, or an event that threatens the very existence of an organization. A crisis can be anything from an unexpected and extended hospitalization of the CEO to a fire that destroys the organization's headquarters. This course discusses how leaders handle crises.
Strategic leadership involves knowing how to manage a crisis, or an event that threatens the very existence of an organization. A crisis can be anything from an unexpected and extended hospitalization of the CEO to a fire that destroys the organization's headquarters. This course discusses how leaders handle crises.
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