Begin this assignment by having a discussion with your practicum preceptor. Make sure you complete the following based on your discussion:
Select one nursing unit you will use for this assignment. This can be your own nursing unit in your practicum setting( nephrology office.)
Make sure you have access to the data required to complete this assignment.
If the healthcare organization of your practicum setting does not have or will not share its budget worksheet or spreadsheet, then you should create your own worksheet or spreadsheet in a Microsoft Excel format.(writer from Paper help just create own worksheet the nephrology office doesn’t share it )
Then, write a draft budget for the nursing unit. Your final version of the FTE budget, which is due in Week 10, should include all of the components listed below. However, for this week, your instructor will assign the components that need to be completed.
Prepare a draft of a zero-based operational budget that includes the following based on your selected nursing unit:
o Operating expenses with subcodes
o Description of subcodes
o Prior-year expenses of subcodes
o Original budget allocations for subcodes
o Annualized expense for subcodes
o Budget adjustments for subcodes
o Approved budget for subcodes
o Personnel costs for one nursing unit
Personnel Costs for One Nursing Unit—Components
The nursing personnel budget is based on the total number of hours of care needed, which is determined by patient-acuity levels. Complete the following budget calculations using the information given and add these to the zero-based operational budget as a line item and subcode.
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