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Q5.1) Explain the differences between fixed costs, semi-fixed costs, and variable costs.
-Fixed costs: Known costs not affected by volume (within the relevant range).
-Semi-fixed costs: Are fixed within a range of volume that is smaller than the relevant range.
-Variable costs: Directly affected by volume.
Q5.3) a. What is the cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis? b. Why is it so useful to health services managers?
-a. CVP is an analysis that assess the effects of volume changes on costs.
-b. Allows managers to evaluate future courses of action regarding pricing and the introduction of new services by examining the effects of alternative assumptions regarding costs, volume, and prices.
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a. Construct the group’s base case projected P&L statement. b. What is the group’s contribution margin? What is the breakeven point? c. What volume is required to provide a pretax profit of $100,000? A pretax profit of $200,000? d. Sketch out a CVP analysis graph depicting the base case situation. e. Now assume that the practice contracts with one HMO, and the plan proposes a 20 percent discount from charges. Redo questions a, b, c, and d under these conditions. a. Total revenue | (100x7500) | | $750,000 | Total Var Cost | (25x7500) | | 187,500 | Total contribution margin | | $562,500 | Fixed Costs | | | 500,000 | Profit | | | $62,500 | b. Contribution margin: $75; breakeven point: Contribution margin x Volume=FC $75 x Volume = $500,000 Volume = 6,667 c. ($75 x Volume)-$500,000 = $100,000 $75 x Volume = $600,000 Volume = 8,000 ($75 x Volume)-$500,000 = $200,000 $75 x Volume = $700,000 Volume = 9,333 d. | | | | | | | | | | | | e. Total revenue | (80x7500) | | $600,000 | Total Var Cost | (25x7500) | | 187,500 | Total contribution margin | | $412,500 | Fixed Costs | | | 500,000

a. Construct the group’s base case projected P&L statement. b. What is the group’s contribution margin? What is the breakeven point? c. What volume is required to provide a pretax profit of $100,000? A pretax profit of $200,000? d. Sketch out a CVP analysis graph depicting the base case situation. e. Now assume that the practice contracts with one HMO, and the plan proposes a 20 percent discount from charges. Redo questions a, b, c, and d under these conditions. a. Total revenue | (100x7500) | | $750,000 | Total Var Cost | (25x7500) | | 187,500 | Total contribution margin | | $562,500 | Fixed Costs | | | 500,000 | Profit | | | $62,500 | b. Contribution margin: $75; breakeven point: Contribution margin x Volume=FC $75 x Volume = $500,000 Volume = 6,667 c. ($75 x Volume)-$500,000 = $100,000 $75 x Volume = $600,000 Volume = 8,000 ($75 x Volume)-$500,000 = $200,000 $75 x Volume = $700,000 Volume = 9,333 d. | | | | | | | | | | | | e. Total revenue | (80x7500) | | $600,000 | Total Var Cost | (25x7500) | | 187,500 | Total contribution margin | | $412,500 | Fixed Costs | | | 500,000

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