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HSA525/HSA 525 WEEK 9 EXERCISE

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HSA 525 WEEEK 9 Assignment Exercise 21–1: Cost of Owning and Cost of Leasing Cost of owning and cost of leasing tables are reproduced below. Required Using the appropriate table from the Chapter 12 Appendices, record the present-value factor at 10% for each year and compute the present-value cost of owning and the present value of leasing. Which alternative is more desirable at this interest rate? Do you think your answer would change if the interest rate was 6% instead of 10%? Cost of Leasing: Suburban Clinic—Comparative Present Value Not-for-Profit Cost of Leasing: Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Net Cash Flow (11,000) (11,000) (11,000) (11,000) (11,000) —- Present-value factor (at 6%) Present-value answer = Present-value cost of leasing = Assignment Exercise 21–1: Cost of Owning and Cost of Leasing Cost of owning and cost of leasing tables are reproduced below. Required Using the appropriate table from the Chapter 12 Appendices, record the present-value factor at 10% for each year and compute the present-value cost of owning and the present value of leasing. Which alternative is more desirable at this interest rate? Do you think your answer would change if the interest rate was 6% instead of 10%? Cost of Owning: Anywhere Clinic—Comparative Present Value For-Profit Cost of Owning: Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Net Cash Flow (48,750) 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,500 5,000 Present-value factor Present-value answers = Present-value cost of owning = Cost of Leasing: Anywhere Clinic—Comparative Present Value Line# For-Profit Cost of Leasing: Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 19 Net Cash Flow (8,250) (8,250) (8,250) (8,250) (8,250) —- 20 Present-value factor 21 Present-value answers = Assignment Exercise 21–2 Great Docs, a three-physician practice with two office sites, is considering whether to buy or lease a new computer system. Currently they own a low-tech (and low-cost) information system. The new system will have to meet all government specifications for an electronic health record system and will also have to connect the two office sites. It will be considerably more sophisticated than the current hardware and software and thus will require training for office staff, clinical staff, and the physicians. Everyone agrees there will be a learning curve in order to reach the system’s full potential. Doctor Smith, the majority owner of the practice, wants to buy a medical records system from Sam’s Club. He argues that the package is supposed to electronically prescribe, track billings, set appointments, and keep records, so it should meet their needs. The cost of the first installed system is supposed to be $25,000, plus $10,000 for each additional system. The doctors are not sure if this means $25,000 for one office site plus $10,000 for the (connected) second off

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