Write a synopsis of the outcomes of your assignments in Units 3, 5, and 7, including any changes you want to make in response to feedback from your instructor or peers, or from further learning. Do not just copy and paste your assignments. Instead, write a professional synopsis of each assignment in 2–3 pages each. Ensure that somewhere in your synopses you:
Analyze the selected nonprofit organization’s budgeting and financial management and its financial analysis practices.
Analyze the current profit or loss and long-term fiscal strength of the nonprofit, in light of its mission, vision, values, and stakeholder impact.
Write a brief (3–5 pages) section discussing recommendations for improving the financial analysis and management practices used in the organization. This section should include at least three practical, actionable recommendations for improvements. Base your recommendations on the information you developed in the first three assignments and support your recommendations with scholarly resources. Make sure that this section includes the following:
Recommendations for the nonprofit that balance the philosophical complexity of accomplishing mission, vision, and values with fiscal responsibility.
A communication of the financial position of the organization and the implications of its fiscal policies. Use a professional style appropriate to a scholarly or professional audience.
Write 2–3 pages of personal, thoughtful reflection on the process of completing this project. In your reflection, analyze what you learned about collaborating with professional tax, financial, and legal consultants to support an organization’s financial position.
of thermal energy, using “high energy radio waves for treatment” (Cancer.org). In RFA, a needle-like probe is inserted into the tumor “sends radio wave energy directly into the tumor”. RFA is most commonly used in cancer cases where tumors cannot be taken out with surgery, for example, liver, kidney, and lung tumors (Gersten 2017). The temperature used is around 106-113 degrees Fahrenheit and is administered by a device called the BSD-500 (Excellus BCBS). A surface applicator is applied to the tumor and the area is heated for around an hour. Usually hyperthermia is done within an hour of radiation (UCSF). Side effects sometimes occur and include burns, blisters, discomfort, or pain (Cancer.org). According to Excellus BlueCross BlueShield health insurance, their medical policy states that “based upon our criteria and assessment of peer reviewed literature, superficial hyperthermia has been medically proven to be effective and therefore, medically appropriate when used in combination with radiation therapy for the treatment of patients with the following: Superficially recurrent melanoma; chest wall recurrence of breast cancer; or recurrent cervical lymph nodes from head and neck cancer” (Excellus). Although this insurance approves of certain types of hyperthermia, others are only considered investigational to them. The treatments that are considered investigational are interstitial hyperthermia, regional hyperthermia, regional perfusion hyperthermia, and whole-body hyperthermia. The reason the Excellus BlueCross BlueShield and the FDA have not approved other types of hyperthermia treatment is because studies do not have enough patients, do not have a standard technique, are not random or controlled, and do not have long term results. Currently the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved hyperthermia in the treatment of solid surface and subsurface malignant tumors that are recurrent or progressive despite regular treatment (Excellus). Medicare approves hyperthermia treatment when used with radiation for primary or metastatic cutaneous or subcutaneous superficial m>GET ANSWER