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insurance benefit, paid vacation and sick time (Buppert, 2012) whereas with the 1099 workers are not part and parcel of the practice. They are contracted by a practice to provide clearly defined tasks at a specified period of time. In general, the 1099 employee is responsible for their own schedule; pay their own malpractice insurance, continuing education fees, taxes and licensing fees (Buppert, 2012) The employment of a 1099 employee might benefit the practice over the W2 employees in four major ways. First, the practice is only obligated to pay the 1099 employee what was agreed on the contract without any expectation of pay raise within the periodof the contract. Second, unlike with a W2 employee who works on a long time bases, 1099 employees are contracted to work at a stipulated period to produce high level of productivity. Third, because most 1099 employees are eager for their contracts to be renewed or hired in as W2 employee, they tend to be more productive. Fourth, unlike with a W2 employee where the employer is responsible for all their actions and malpractice insurance, the practice the practice islimited to its liabilities with a 1099 employee exposure.What evidence will you present to the practice to reinforce your value in the practice both in terms of revenue and patient satisfaction?According to Buppert, 2015, it is important that the nurse practitioner gather information on howrevenues are generated in the practice per year and how expenses are incurred. Keeping this data will enable the NP have some evidence related to the practice income that can be used to negotiate for increase in pay. Another record that I will keep and use for negotiation is

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