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• 1. my question Unformatted Preview Chapter 5 Problem 1 FY: 7/1/X1 – 6/30/X2 Patient days Hours/patient day Total hours required OUTPUT REQUIRED Total hours required Worker’s hours/year WORKERS REQUIRED PRODUCTIVE RATE FTEs NEEDED OR SALARY BUDGET WORKSHEET FY begins NAME Abelein Brenchley Brownstein Colson Cottingham Cyr Vacant positions TOTAL 06/30/X0 or 07/01/X0 05/01/X1 07/01/X1 05/01/X2 |————– ————— ————- |————– ————— ————— ————1ST 2ND RATE RATE BASE INCREASEINCREASE FTE RATES @ INCREASE RATES @ VALUE 11/04/X0 05/01/X1 07/01/X1 SALARY 05/01/X2 05/01/X2 FY ends 06/30/X2 or 07/01/X2 —————-| SALARY BUDGET Chapter 5 Problem 2 FY: 7/1/X1 – 6/30/X2 OUTPUT REQUIRED WORKERS REQUIRED Patient days Hours/patient day Total hours required Worker’s hours/year Total hours required PRODUCTIVE RATE FTEs NEEDED OR SALARY BUDGET WORKSHEET FY begins NAME King Law Rogers Ruby Russell Vacant positions TOTAL FY ends 06/30/X0 06/30/X2 or 07/01/X0 05/01/X1 07/01/X1 05/01/X2 or 07/01/X2 |—— ——————————————||———————————————————————— ———| 1ST 2ND RATE RATE SALARY FTE RATES @ INCREASE RATES @ BASE INCREASE INCREASE SALARY VALUE 04/01/X1 05/01/X1 07/01/X1 SALARY 05/01/X2 05/01/X2 BUDGET Chapter 5 Problem 9 Base Year (6 months) Budget Year Patient days Outpatient visits Inpatient tests Patient days = ?tests/patient day Inpatient tests Outpatient tests Outpatient tests Outpatient visits = ? tests/outpatient visits Chapter 5 Problem 12 MAXIMUM MAXIMUM CAPACITY/ TREATMENT NUMBER OF YEAR /MONTH MONTHS/YEAR RVUs/ TREATMENT RVUs/YEAR % INCREASE INCREASE 19X1 19X2 19X3 19×4 19×5 19×6 19×7 19×7 ANNUAL GROWTH 19×8 which is greater than the maximum capacity. What should this lab do? MAXIMUM MAXIMUM CAPACITY/ TREATMENT NUMBER OF YEAR /MONTH MONTHS/YEAR RVUs/ TREATMENT Your large urban hospital is considering the possibility of transferring the capacity for 30,000 ambulatory care visits from the hospital’s outpatient department (OPD) to free-standing clinics. Average costs of care in free-standing clinics are lower than in OPDs. But more important, evidence suggests that in urban areas, in patient utilization and to tal visits decrease when ambulatory care is moved to a free-standing setting. Conservative estimates are that inpatient utilization will drop by 10 percent and that ambulatory utilization will drop by 5 percent Estimate the benefits (savings) and costs of this initiative. The following provide all of the information you need to know to do the analysis. You should assess savings and costs in both the short run and long run. In the short run, only variable costs of hospital and OPD care can be
• 2. saved; fixed costs can be eliminated only in the long run. Required information: (1) Number of visits transferred: 30,000 (2) Number of people transferred: 6,000 (3) Current average inpatient days per person: 1.1 (4) Current average ambulatory visits per person: 5.0 (5) Average cost per day–inpatient: \$500 (6) Percentage variable cost-inpatient: 30% (7) Average revenue per day-in patient: \$450 (8) Average cost per visit-OPD: \$70 (9) Percentage variable cost-OPD: 40%