Welcome To The South Carolina Chapter HFMA! Since November, 1953, the South Carolina HFMA has served healthcare financial management professionals statewide. And, as the healthcare http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Welcome To The South Carolina Chapter HFMA! Since November, 1953, the South Carolina HFMA has served healthcare financial management professionals statewide. And, as the healthcare system http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Extractions: The Moore School's mission is to provide a hands-on educational experience and to deliver product knowledge, quantitative skills, and market experience in the dynamic fields of investment portfolio, asset/liability, and financial management. Two programs are offered concurrently. Two programs are offered concurrently. Participants generally attend Program I first and Program II the following year. However, Program II maybe attended initially if preferred. Participants qualify for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit. Special Features Participants will be introduced to the latest technology to analyze specific investment products, interest rate risk models, and derivatives applications. Both programs include a tutorial on the use of Bloomberg. One session addresses how brokers use and abuse Bloomberg in there contacts with investors. Other sessions emphasize practical applications and case studies including the interpretations and use of information.
Daniel Management Center - Custom Programs In fact, the University of south carolina, through the activities of the Center, management Development Program for a financial institution group, http://mooreschool.sc.edu/moore/dmc/dmc-custom.htm
Extractions: Developing customized executive education programs and consulting services to assist companies in meeting their strategic challenges and goals. In addition to the more than eighty seminars, workshops, conferences and other programs offered each year on an open-enrollment basis, the Center offers a wide range of services on a customized basis. In fact, the University of South Carolina, through the activities of the Center, was ranked 4th in the nation among the top ten providers of custom programs ( Executive Education , January/February 1995). In-house presentation of seminars and workshops These offerings are available for managers, supervisors, executives, business owners, office support people and many other specialized groups. They offer flexibility and the opportunity for customization to meet specific needs. Often, they are more cost-effective than sending a large group to a public seminar. To assist your company's precision in identifying critical issues, Center staff and instructors will help determine the special training needs of your organization or department through the use of needs-assessment instruments. Results of the analyses are then used in developing recommendations for specialized instruction and other educational programs.
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Extractions: SC SHRAB Strategic Plan, 2000-2005 The following are the key elements of the SC SHRABs strategic plan to advance the states historical records programs and preserve South Carolinas documentary heritage. It is much more than a plan for the Board, but is rather one for South Carolina. As such, it requires cooperation and collaboration from all the states historical organizations and institutions and from the widest range of the states citizens and leaders. The Board identified six equally important priorities and developed related goals, set objectives, and established indicators for measuring performance. It will review progress regularly and will disseminate the results widely through its annual and other reports. A full, illustrated, version of the state plan, Into the 21 st Century: A Plan for South Carolinas Historical Records, 2000-2005 , contains detailed background on the planning process and findings and needs.
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Extractions: Funding Opportunities (pdf) U.S. EPA State and Local Capacity Building Branch April 2004 directory of funding opportunities for energy efficiency, renewable energy, and environmental protection assistance programs. Alabama SBA, Birmingham District Office Local Financing Information Resources Back to top Alaska Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Municipal Loan Program
Extractions: More From HUD Tax credits = cash Federal Trade Commission Consumer Credit Information America Saves - information on how to save and how to get financial advice Consumer Handbook - Credit Protection Laws Fiscal Fitness - Choosing a Credit Counselor National Endowment for Financial Education How to choose a financial planner ... Borrowing Basics: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You There are organizations to help with financial planning. Some provide free or low-cost services if your income is low. The information below may help you find an organization to assist you and may help you learn how to tell when an organization is trying to take advantage of you. Housing counseling - local services that help homeowners with household budgeting and financial planning Financial management/consumer education programs - offered by Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service Predatory lending - don't be a victim of unscrupulous lenders State Attorney General's Office Legal assistance Consumer information and consumer protection Content current as of July 1, 2005
U.S.Senate Lindsey Graham Of South Carolina describes some 1500 Federal grants and non financial assistance programs. OMB Grants management Web Site (Office of management and Budget) http://lgraham.senate.gov/index.cfm?mode=grants
HSR University Courses And Programs Medical University of south carolina, College of Health Professions Health Services management; Health Policy Analysis; Health financial management http://www.nlm.nih.gov/nichsr/hsruniv.html
Extractions: Skip to Content Search NLM Web Site NLM Home Contact NLM Site Map FAQs National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR) NICHSR Home About Us Contact Us Home ... NICHSR The following University programs teach courses in health services research and/or public health. Also, the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) has a web accessible List of Accredited Schools of Public Health 715 Albany Street, T-3W
Extractions: Chartered in 1801 as South Carolina College, the University of South Carolina was the first university to be supported continuously by annual state appropriations. The University of South Carolina has grown and changed dramatically over the years. Today, the University has eight campuses, serving the entire state, with a total enrollment of 38,000. Of these, more than 26,000 students are on the 242-acre Columbia campus, some 3,300 of whom are enrolled in the Darla Moore School of Business. The University's efforts in the international area, particularly important to the state's development of foreign trade and investment continues to expand. The Darla Moore School of Business has developed an outstanding reputation for global management education. The Community The Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina is located in Columbia, South Carolina, a metropolitan area of approximately 500,000 people. The Columbia community offers a variety of cultural and recreational amenities, including city and state parks, the acclaimed Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the Koger Center for the Arts, the S.C. State Museum, lovely antebellum homes, and 50,000-acre Lake Murray. Ocean resorts, historic cities, the Blue Ridge Parkway, beautiful gardens, public beaches, golf courses, state parks, lakes and mountains provide bountiful recreational opportunities within a few hours driving time from Columbia. Columbia is served by a major airport, and is within easy driving distance to Atlanta, Charlotte, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Asheville and Raleigh/Durham.