Maintenance, Provider Contracts, etc.

 

Clinic/Shop

 

Practice/Business

 
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The FVO should be adapted to either the Healthcare Provider or General Business Entrepreneur. Some items will be different based upon specialties, but this will get you started. Anyone in the Healthcare industry will have to make sure that HIPAA Compliance is addressed in each applicable area. You might want to print this out, then laminate it to use Dry-Erase markers for updating!

 

Sales Packets

 

Shipping Supplies, Forms, Envelopes, Outsource Pickup Container

 

Pest Control, OSHA & Toxic book, First Aid

 

Chargeback when emp.leaves

 

Startup kits supplied, Employee pd replacement. Lockers

 

Tools/Supplies

 

Mini Off.Station

 

Social Security 13.2% Proprietor, 15% Corporation

 

Printer, Inkjet,

Dot Matrix

 

Online purchasing. Etc.

 

Benefits Vacations Holidays Sick leave

 

 

Jobs:

Part-time Fulltime Outsource

Data Entry

Collections.

 

Home Bldg. Background; Retirees Pool; Home Teachers

 

Local

 

State

 

Federal

 

Taxes

 

Subcontractors

 
Software Needed
 

Office Manager

 

Brochures, cards, etc.

 

Payment Guide

 

Subcontractor

 

$1 per ea.$100 received donated to American Cancer Society?

 

Large Equipment

 

Software updates for all employees or network..

 

Paper, pens, etc.

 

Administration

 

Reports

 

Hiring

 

Recurring

 

Dues & Subscriptions

 

Letterhead, Envelopes

 

Resource Books

 

Set-up

 

Supplies

 

Pricing

 

Office Procedures

 

No-Entry Acctg

 

Cash Basis

 

Manuals

 

Providers

 

Head Office

 

Master Filing System

 

Licensing & DBA Filings

 

Single user, network, accounting control

 

Online

 

Management

 

Subcontractors

 

Computer

 

Voice Mail

 

Answering

Machine

 

FAX

 

Telephone

 

Equipment

 

 

 

 

 

RETURN TO PART I WHAT DO I DO NOW?

RETURN TO PART II - THE DOWNSIDE & UPSIDE

RETURN TO PART III - WEIGHING YOUR ANALYSIS

RETURN TO PART IV EMOTIONAL DECISIONS UNDER CONTROL

RETURN TO PART V MAKING A DECISION FOR SUCCESS