Title of video: Break Even Point easily explained
TWO (2) posts are required for each discussion forum. Try to make your first initial post (response to the discussion question) by Saturday and your next posts (response to other students’ posts) by Sunday.
After reading Chapter 7: Cost Behavior and Break-Even Analysis and Chapter 8: Understanding Inventory and Depreciation Concepts and watching the video on “Break Even Point (Analysis) easily explained”, complete the following questions.
Answer the following questions below. The minimum word count for all three initial post questions (total) to the discussion board question(s) should be a min. of 300 words or more (excluding reinstatement of the discussion board questions and references).
1) List and describe two pros (advantages) and two cons (disadvantages) of a break-even analysis.
2) As future Heathcare Administrators, how would you use (utilize) break-even analysis within the workplace?
3) If you were giving the job as supervisor at large healthcarefacility managing scientific equipment, describe in detail how you will deal with inventory.
-Post an example inventory document (i.e., link, pdf, word doc.,etc.) and or link to a software inventory program you would use to keep track of all scientific equipment and explain your reasoning of choice.
–Your experiences may be very helpful and interesting to all of us. However, be sure that you also back up your posts with factual information from the text (when it applies to the initial discussion board question (s) and responses to peers) or other creditable sources. A minimum of one reference is required to support your response to the discussion question and reply to a classmate. You may cite the course required textbook and or other sources in which you have used content from. Make sure your references are in APA format.
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