Healthcare institutions are business systems that provide different medical products and services to improve the health and quality of life of users of products and services. First of all, this is reflected in the differing complexities of the business, but also of the products and services they offer, as well as the different costs they cause. Thus, some products or services cause high indirect costs, while others require higher direct costs. For health care managers to make the right business decisions, they must continually have timely, quality and truthful information at their disposal. This information is provided by the management accounting of the institutions. This paper aims to present management accounting activities that enable the acquisition of information necessary for decision making.
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