Account Structure for a Medical / Physician / Primary Care Office
drmoshe5 at gmail.com
Sun May 10 21:40:56 EDT 2015
Your suggestion has gotten me a bit closer to my goal of a Structure of
Accounts for a solo medical practice.
Additionally the web search had led me to other useful sources (samples of
forms) that I will need in the future.
On Sun, May 10, 2015 at 10:57 AM, Mark Phillips <mark at phillipsmarketing.biz>
> A Google search of "medical practice chart of accounts" yielded many
> examples. The first entry was http://www.rbma.org/Chart_of_Accounts/,
> which has a detailed chart of accounts for a radiologist's office. I am
> sure you can find one for your specialty as well on the Internet.
> On Sun, May 10, 2015 at 5:47 AM, Mike or Penny Novack <
> stepbystepfarm at mtdata.com> wrote:
>> On 5/10/2015 12:05 AM, Milton Stern wrote:
>>> Thank you for the advice and direction.
>>> At this time, I'm in the planning stage of opening a medical practice
>>> startup on a shoestring.
>>> If someone has a proven Chart of Accounts in the group, that would likely
>>> be the most cost efficient for me at this time.
>> 1) Are there perhaps books along the lines of "accounting for a medical
>> practice" that would give an example chart of accounts?
>> 2) Is there perhaps some commercial product (designed for that purpose)
>> which as is common these days does not supply its user guide in paper form
>> but instead refers buyers of that product to a site where they can download
>> it (and perhaps not protected against anybody looking at it). That might
>> also provide an example chart of accounts.
>> Michael D Novack
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