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Mingyuan Chen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • development and appraisal of multiple Accounting Record system mars
    Studies in health technology and informatics, 2016
    Co-Authors: Mingyuan Chen

    Abstract:

    UNLABELLED The aim of the system is to achieve simplification of workflow, reduction of Recording time, and increase the income for the study hospital. METHODS The project team decided to develop a multiple Accounting Record system that generates the account Records based on the nursing Records automatically, reduces the time and effort for nurses to review the procedure and provide another note of material consumption. Three configuration files were identified to demonstrate the relationship of treatments and reimbursement items. RESULTS The workflow was simplified. The nurses averagely reduced 10 minutes of daily Recording time, and the reimbursement points have been increased by 7.49%. CONCLUSION The project streamlined the workflow and provides the institute a better way in finical management.

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  • Nursing Informatics – Development and Appraisal of Multiple Accounting Record System (Mars).
    Studies in health technology and informatics, 2016
    Co-Authors: Mingyuan Chen

    Abstract:

    UNLABELLED The aim of the system is to achieve simplification of workflow, reduction of Recording time, and increase the income for the study hospital. METHODS The project team decided to develop a multiple Accounting Record system that generates the account Records based on the nursing Records automatically, reduces the time and effort for nurses to review the procedure and provide another note of material consumption. Three configuration files were identified to demonstrate the relationship of treatments and reimbursement items. RESULTS The workflow was simplified. The nurses averagely reduced 10 minutes of daily Recording time, and the reimbursement points have been increased by 7.49%. CONCLUSION The project streamlined the workflow and provides the institute a better way in finical management.

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  • user s satisfaction of multiple Accounting Record system
    Studies in health technology and informatics, 2016
    Co-Authors: Mingyuan Chen

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    UNLABELLED The study hospital had developed a multiple account Recording system that generates the Accounting information of the consumed materials based on daily nursing Records. A questionnaire survey was delivered to further investigate the impact of the system. METHODS Four concepts of the system were investigated. (1) Supportive and time saving; (2) impact on workflows and job satisfactions; (3) ease of use; and (4) overall satisfactions. RESULTS The system scored 4.03 out of 5 as the highest for helpfulness for daily practices, 3.98 for decrease the time for Recording material consumptions, 3.98 for actually changed the way they work. DISCUSSION Users mostly expressed positive attitude towards the system.

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I. N. Manawadu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Accounting Record keeping practices in small and medium sized enterprise s sme s in sri lanka
    Journal of Functional Analysis, 2016
    Co-Authors: M.w. Madurapperuma, P. M. C. Thilakerathne, I. N. Manawadu

    Abstract:

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play vital role in many countries including Sri Lanka, because of its role for the country’s economic growth. This study discovers the level of awareness towards the importance of Accounting Record Keeping Practices and its information usage in the business. The research design is based on a survey methodology using a sample of systematically selected SMEs in Gampaha District in Sri Lanka. The target population comprised of 100 SMEs operating retail shops, manufacturing firms and supplier’s of various services in Gampaha district in Sri Lanka. It was concluded that the most of the SMEs do not keep complete Accounting Records because lack of Accounting knowledge and the cost of hiring professional accountants. As a result, there is an inefficient use of Accounting information to support financial performance measurement by SMEs. This made it difficult for the entrepreneurs to calculate their business profit efficiently. Lack of keeping of accurate Records was highly blamed on the lack of skills in this field by the owners or managers. The study further revealed that the owners and managers of SMEs were highly willing to learn more about how to keep accurate Records of their business transactions. The results of the study also revealed that majority of the SMEs encounter problems of lack of Accounting knowledge. This study recommended that that the responsible authorities should come up with an effective programme for training for SMEs entrepreneurs.

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  • Accounting Record Keeping Practices in Small and Medium Sized Enterprise’s (SME’s) in Sri Lanka
    Journal of Finance and Accounting, 2016
    Co-Authors: M.w. Madurapperuma, P. M. C. Thilakerathne, I. N. Manawadu

    Abstract:

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play vital role in many countries including Sri Lanka, because of its role for the country’s economic growth. This study discovers the level of awareness towards the importance of Accounting Record Keeping Practices and its information usage in the business. The research design is based on a survey methodology using a sample of systematically selected SMEs in Gampaha District in Sri Lanka. The target population comprised of 100 SMEs operating retail shops, manufacturing firms and supplier’s of various services in Gampaha district in Sri Lanka. It was concluded that the most of the SMEs do not keep complete Accounting Records because lack of Accounting knowledge and the cost of hiring professional accountants. As a result, there is an inefficient use of Accounting information to support financial performance measurement by SMEs. This made it difficult for the entrepreneurs to calculate their business profit efficiently. Lack of keeping of accurate Records was highly blamed on the lack of skills in this field by the owners or managers. The study further revealed that the owners and managers of SMEs were highly willing to learn more about how to keep accurate Records of their business transactions. The results of the study also revealed that majority of the SMEs encounter problems of lack of Accounting knowledge. This study recommended that that the responsible authorities should come up with an effective programme for training for SMEs entrepreneurs.

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M.w. Madurapperuma – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Accounting Record keeping practices in small and medium sized enterprise s sme s in sri lanka
    Journal of Functional Analysis, 2016
    Co-Authors: M.w. Madurapperuma, P. M. C. Thilakerathne, I. N. Manawadu

    Abstract:

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play vital role in many countries including Sri Lanka, because of its role for the country’s economic growth. This study discovers the level of awareness towards the importance of Accounting Record Keeping Practices and its information usage in the business. The research design is based on a survey methodology using a sample of systematically selected SMEs in Gampaha District in Sri Lanka. The target population comprised of 100 SMEs operating retail shops, manufacturing firms and supplier’s of various services in Gampaha district in Sri Lanka. It was concluded that the most of the SMEs do not keep complete Accounting Records because lack of Accounting knowledge and the cost of hiring professional accountants. As a result, there is an inefficient use of Accounting information to support financial performance measurement by SMEs. This made it difficult for the entrepreneurs to calculate their business profit efficiently. Lack of keeping of accurate Records was highly blamed on the lack of skills in this field by the owners or managers. The study further revealed that the owners and managers of SMEs were highly willing to learn more about how to keep accurate Records of their business transactions. The results of the study also revealed that majority of the SMEs encounter problems of lack of Accounting knowledge. This study recommended that that the responsible authorities should come up with an effective programme for training for SMEs entrepreneurs.

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  • Accounting Record Keeping Practices in Small and Medium Sized Enterprise’s (SME’s) in Sri Lanka
    Journal of Finance and Accounting, 2016
    Co-Authors: M.w. Madurapperuma, P. M. C. Thilakerathne, I. N. Manawadu

    Abstract:

    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play vital role in many countries including Sri Lanka, because of its role for the country’s economic growth. This study discovers the level of awareness towards the importance of Accounting Record Keeping Practices and its information usage in the business. The research design is based on a survey methodology using a sample of systematically selected SMEs in Gampaha District in Sri Lanka. The target population comprised of 100 SMEs operating retail shops, manufacturing firms and supplier’s of various services in Gampaha district in Sri Lanka. It was concluded that the most of the SMEs do not keep complete Accounting Records because lack of Accounting knowledge and the cost of hiring professional accountants. As a result, there is an inefficient use of Accounting information to support financial performance measurement by SMEs. This made it difficult for the entrepreneurs to calculate their business profit efficiently. Lack of keeping of accurate Records was highly blamed on the lack of skills in this field by the owners or managers. The study further revealed that the owners and managers of SMEs were highly willing to learn more about how to keep accurate Records of their business transactions. The results of the study also revealed that majority of the SMEs encounter problems of lack of Accounting knowledge. This study recommended that that the responsible authorities should come up with an effective programme for training for SMEs entrepreneurs.

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