Financial accounting and managerial accounting basically have the same function but their end results are different. The main difference between the two is that financial accounting is conducted and processed so that information can be made available to third parties that are outside the organization. These reports are basically created over a half yearly or annual period and they are reviewed as per the fiscal year. Managerial accounting is more centered towards decisions that have to be made within an organization. The data and information procured during this process is used by the managers of a business or company. The reports that are created under managerial accounting are for a shorter period of time for example a week, a month or even everyday. Financial reports are used by people who may want to invest in the firm or sell the stocks or shares, where as managerial reports are needed for the smooth running of the firm.
Financial risk and financial return can be called siblings in a sense. When an investor is putting capital or money into stocks, bonds or generally putting money into a firm he is taking a considerable risk because there is always a chance that he may lose the money that he has invested. Financial return on the other hand is the profit that the same investor would get from his investment. The amount or significance of the return is dependent on the risk i.e. the lower the risk taken, the lower the return will be and the higher the risk taken the higher the return would be. There is always a potential for higher returns based on the risk being a success or failure, if it results in a failure then there will be no returns.
The U.S. health care system is made complex by the different types of networks that are created around providers, payers and patients. Pharmacists may play an important role; however, this role is interlinked with many other professionals. “Pharmacists are intertwined into a web of