20-hours of direct labor was applied to John Doe’s medical records

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20-hours of direct labor was applied to John Doe’s medical records $380 = Cost of labor 90,000-hours of direct labor was projected Annually for all employees medical care $1, 350,000 = Cost of Labor Annually $810,000 = Total overhead allocated to patients Determine overhead based on data given in two ways: 1) Assign overhead on basis of direct labor hours? 2) Assign overheard on basis of direct labor costs? 3) Why might these results be different?

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