Can I have some advice please on how to classify the attached subjective (account codes ) please

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Can I have some advice please on how to classify the attached subjective (account codes ) please

Post by Admin on Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:50 pm


Can I have some advice please on how to classify the attached subjective (account codes ) please.

I think I can see what the issue is re our large non pay figure!!! Should these subjectives be mainly coded as INDRE?

I am out of the office today and would like to try and update this early next week.

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Neil Galbraith
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Re: Can I have some advice please on how to classify the attached subjective (account codes ) please

Post by Admin on Thu Nov 19, 2015 3:50 pm

INDER is the cost output that is used only as part of overhead allocation process. To be completely honest with you I think that it was included into the template by mistake. Please don't use it. I will make sure that it is removed in the updated version

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Post by Neil Galbraith on Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:26 am

Hi Dmitry

Thanks for the clarification on INDIRE.

Another reason for our large overhead figure is Research & Training costs. I classified these as overheads and then RANDD & TRAIN on our workbook. The RANDD & TRAIN have been substitued with OHCOR in the output!

To me, these costs and their income streams are NOT patient care, hence I claassified them as overheads. If I had done the same to income it would not have been such a large issue.

I think we need:

1. a clear defintion of what each of the cost area and cost outputs are meant to capture please.

2. what combinations are permissable. E.g. Overhead and RANDD


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