HCS 405 Week 2 Patton-Fuller Income Statement Worksheet

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HCS 405 Week 2 Patton-Fuller Income
Statement Worksheet

Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Patton-Fuller Income
Statement Worksheet.

Review the income statements
for 2008 and 2009 located in the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Virtual
Organization.


  • Click on the Virtual
    Organization 
    link in the
    "Resources" tab.

  • Click on the Healthcare tab and access the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital.

  • Click the Chief
    Financial Officer
     link under
    the Corporate Officers tab to access the financial statements.



Complete the University of
Phoenix Material: Patton-Fuller Income Statement Worksheet located on the
student website.

Patton Fuller Income Statement Worksheet

 

Instructions

 

Review the Patton Fuller income
statements for 2008 and 2009. A link to the Patton Fuller Virtual Organization
is located on the student website.

Complete
the worksheet located below using the 2008 and 2009
Patton Fuller income statements. You must:

 

·        
Calculate the dollar value
change from 2008 to 2009 for each line item.

·        
Calculate the percentage change
from 2008 to 2009 for each line item.

 

Save the completed worksheet as a
Microsoft Word document with your name in the file name.

Submit the file to your instructor.



 



Worksheet

Submitted By:

[Type your name here.]

 




Line
Item


Dollar
Value Change


Percentage
Change




Revenues




Net
Patient Revenue


 


 




Other
Revenues


 


 




Total Revenues


 


 




Expenses




Salaries
and Benefits


 


 




Supplies


 


 




Physician
and Professional Fees


 


 




Utilities


 


 




Other


 


 




Depreciation
and Amortization (Non-Cash Expenses)


 


 




Interest


 


 




Provision
for Doubtful Accounts


 


 




Total Expenses


 


 




Operating
Income


 


 




Non-Operating
Income (Loss)


 


 




Investment
Income


 


 




Net Income


 


 




 
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