Finance Management

please read the continuing case at the end of Chapters 1 and 2 in your textbook.
After studying the Chapter 1 case, respond to the following:
1.At which level do some of the basic functions (cost accounting, reporting tax, patient accounts and billing, accounts payable) belong?
After studying the Chapter 2 case, respond to the following:
2.Identify the agency problems that PCI and Physicians' Clinic need to resolve.
3.What agency problems will be involved if PCI goes through with the joint venture that Dr. Jackson has proposed?

please read the continuing case at the end of Chapters 3 and 4 in your textbook.
After studying the Chapter 3 case, respond to the following:
1.If you were in Mr. Land's position, what would your response be to Ms. Fowler and why?
After studying the Chapter 4 case, respond to the following:
2.Refer to the financial statements that are presented for PCI, Inc. In Janet's absence provide the answers to Dr. Jackson's questions using this data.

I have the chapters for these case studies in electronic form.

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