Medical Office Management! Final project!

This assignment is due tomorrow, tuesday, March 28, 2013 by 8:00 pm new york time,

Please read before responding. It is final project and it needs to be an A paper!

 

For this portion of the Final Project, you will be completing a patient ledger, a bank deposit slip, and you will be writing an essay. You will need to download templates from the Unit 8 folder in the DocSharing section of the course.

 

Part 1: Patient Ledger

  • Download from the Unit 8 folder Doc Sharing the “PT Daysheet Ledger Template”.
  • Work through the information supplied in attachment (Chapter 21 of Kinns’ Study Guide , p. 256, Part II – Ledger 1 Work Product 21-4 (Megan Joy Reynolds).

Part 1: Bank Deposit Slip

  • Download the Bank Deposit Detail Template from the Unit 8 folder in DocSharing
  • Fill in the bank deposit sheet using the information found in “Prepare Bank Deposit”  pdf file attached.

 

Answer the following question in essay format. The essay must be a minimum of 300 words and include a title page and reference page.

Why is it important to make your bank deposits as soon as possible?

 

Sheet1

Bank Deposit Template
Bank Deposit Detail
Payments
Bank Number By Check or PMO By Coin or Currency Credit Card
TOTALS
CURRENCY
COIN
CHECKS
CREDIT CARDS
TOTAL RECEIPTS
LESS CREDIT CARDS $
TOTAL DEPOSITS
DEPOSIT DATE FIRM

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>Day Sheet Ledger

90 Turquoise Drive

90 / (123) 456-7898

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Patient Daysheet/Ledger
Blackburn Primary Care Associates
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Blackburn, WI

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(123) 45

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Patient Name:
Patient Address:
City State Zip Code
Home Phone Cell Phone:
Email MR#
Entry Date Reference Service Charge Payment Adjustment Previous Balance Current Balance
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Part IV: Prepare a Bank Deposit

Prepare a bank deposit detail for a $2230.00 deposit. Use the information in questions 31 to 34.

Record your answers on the figure in Work Product 22-1.

31. Cash receipts total $646.68; $2.68 was in coins.

32. Check payments were #2387 for $67.00 from Sue Patrick and #460 for $50.00 from Ronald

Rodriguez.

33. Credit card payments were $25.00 and $67.00. Pam Adtkins paid the $25.00 payment, and

Brad Wilson paid the $67.00 payment.

34. An insurance payment for Alejandro Sanchez arrived in the amount of $1374.32. The payment

was from Aetna and was check #309.

Study Guide Chapter 21 Page 256

Part II: Ledgers and Computing Patient Balances

Work through the following information, and record it on the ledger card.

Use one ledger for this exercise.

Ledger 1—Work Product 21-4:

Meagan Joy Reynolds

5534 Joe Pool Lake Road #233

Cedar Hill, Texas 75884

972-334-0423 (home)

972-331-0934 (cell)

meaganjoy@internet4.com

MR# REYM3341

Entry # Transaction

1. Meagan comes to the Blackburn Primary Care Clinic on April 12 as a new patient. Her initial

charge is $375 because she had a series of x-ray examinations, which were used to diagnose a

blockage in her small intestine. Dr. Lupez recommends that she have surgery to correct the

blockage as soon as possible. Meagan pays her bill in full with check #7110, although she has

insurance coverage through her own policy with Prudential and her husband’s policy through

Southwest United Healthcare.

2. Meagan checks into Mercy Hospital and has surgery on April 21. Dr. Lupez charges $7500 for

the surgery and aftercare, which will take approximately 6 weeks. This charge will be filed

with Meagan’s insurances.

3. Meagan returns to the clinic on April 30 for a follow-up office visit. The charge is $150,

which she pays in full with check #7261. Dr. Lupez says that she is doing very well since her

surgery and asks her to return in mid May for another checkup.

4. On May 2 the clinic receives an insurance payment from Prudential in the amount of $6200.

This money is applied to Meagan’s account. The check number is 617761.

5. On May 3 the clinic receives check #7313 in the mail from Meagan for $300, which is applied

to her account.

6. Meagan returns to the clinic on May 14 for an office visit. The charge is $75, and she pays $50

with check #7512.

7. Southwest United sends a check to the clinic for $800 on May 27, which is applied to her

account. The check number is 8710.

8. Meagan sends a check for $125 to be put toward her account. The check, #7915, is posted on

June 2.

9. Meagan returns to the clinic for an office visit and laboratory work on June 17. Her charges

total $352, and she pays $150 with check #8116.

10. On June 20 the clinic receives Meagan’s check toward her account for $100. Her check

Number is 8411.

11. Meagan visits the clinic for treatment of a migraine headache on June 26. Her charge is $85,

and she pays $50 with check #8626. She schedules a follow-up visit with Dr. Lupez for June

30.

12. When Meagan returns for her follow-up visit on June 30, her office visit is $85, but she is

unable to make a payment.

13. On July 5 the clinic receives a payment from Prudential on behalf of Meagan for $276. The

Prudential check number is 721146.

14. On July 18 the clinic receives a check #9210 from Southwest United on behalf of Meagan for

$124.

15. On July 31 the clinic refunds Meagan’s credit balance to her using clinic check #9425.

16. The previous transaction brings Meagan’s account to zero.

Part IV: Prepare a Bank Deposit

Prepare a bank deposit detail for a $2230.00 deposit. Use the information in questions 31 to 34.

Record your answers on the figure in Work Product 22-1.

31. Cash receipts total $646.68; $2.68 was in coins.

32. Check payments were #2387 for $67.00 from Sue Patrick and #460 for $50.00 from Ronald

Rodriguez.

33. Credit card payments were $25.00 and $67.00. Pam Adtkins paid the $25.00 payment, and

Brad Wilson paid the $67.00 payment.

34. An insurance payment for Alejandro Sanchez arrived in the amount of $1374.32. The

paymentwas from Aetna and was check #309

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