reimbursement malpractice continuing education retirement savings plan and

Reimbursement malpractice continuing education

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reimbursement, malpractice, continuing education, retirement savings plan, and unemployment workers compensation that a W2 employee would be offered. (Luster-Tucker, 2016). This would save the company more money in hiring an independent contractor.
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After working for the company for 2 years, I would have enough evidence to show my contributions. “The NP can contrast the revenues they have brought in with the expenses related to their practice, including salary, benefits, and continuing education. If there are patient satisfaction surveys or quality-of-care data that support the NP, the NP should have those data at hand.” (Buppert, 2015, p. 329). Since I see 20 patients per day, I would calculate my share of income for a fee-for-service practice by multiplying the number of visits by the collected fee per visit to determine the revenue brought in. (Buppert, 2015). I also take call every third weekend so having this documentation would provide more evidence of revenue brought in. “Call pay should be based on the frequency of calls, responsibilities during the call period (phone calls only versus being called in), and the average number of calls received per call period.” (Luster-Tucker, 2015, p. 2). The interaction between the provider and consumer plays a substantial role in valuation of the quality of services provided. (Kim, Shin, Lee, Lee, Kim, Choi, Park, Lee, Ha, 2017, para. 7). Using patient evaluations would aide in determining my value to the practice.
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