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RUNNING HEAD: BETTER CARE CLINIC CASE STUDY 1
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BETTER CARE CLINIC CASE STUDY 2
The impact that allocation would have on the clinic’s cash profitability.
The monthly insurance allocation scheme will mean that the net profitability of the clinic
will reduce, thus resulting to loss.
The allocation cost driver and pool
The allocation cost driver such as salaries and wages and physicians fees showed and
increased cost within one year. On the other hand, the allocation cost pool such as malpractice
insurance, travel and education, general insurance, utilities, equipment leasing, building lease
and other operating expense could affect the clinic’s true cash profitability. The clinic paying the
malpractice insurance of the $3,215 shows that the total expense of the clinic will increase even
if the number of patients of increases (Health Administration Press, 2009).
What would you use for malpractice insurance if you have that positions?
Depending on the current situation of the clinic I would reduce the cost by half. This will
therefore mean that the clinic net profit will increase making easier to hire more physicians, clear
the equipment leasing balances or even do some purchases of the required equipment which
might have been brought about by the increases number of in patients (Health Administration
Press, 2009).
Why would somebody who has no claims against them pay the same amount for somebody who
has 20 claims against them?
The person who has no claims should pay. For example, if the better care clinic closes, it
means they will have to claim the insurance fee that will help them in either opening of the new
branch or upgrade the current one. Therefore, if a person with no claim fails to pay for the

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RUNNING HEAD: BETTER CARE CLINIC CASE STUDY Student’s name Code+ course name Professor’s name University name City, State Date 1 BETTER CARE CLINIC CASE STUDY 2 The impact that allocation would have on the clinic’s cash profitability. The monthly insurance allocation scheme will mean that the net profitability of the clinic will reduce, thus resulting to loss. The allocation cost driver and pool The allocation cost driver such as salaries and wages and physicians fees showed and increased cost within one year. On the other hand, the allocation cost pool such as malpractice insurance, travel and education, general insurance, utilities, equipment leasing, building lease and other operating expense could affect the clinic’s true cash profitability. The clinic paying the malpractice insurance of the $3,215 shows that the total expense of the clinic will increase even if the number of patients of increases (Health Administration Press, 2009). What would you use for malpractice insurance if you have that positions? Depending on the current situation of the clinic I would reduce the cost by half. This will therefore mean that the clinic net profit will increase making easi ...
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