what are Various budget approaches play an important role in resource allocation in human service

Creating a Budget Various budget approaches play an important role in resource allocation in human service organizations. You are the medical clinic administrator for three physician group clinics and you are preparing a budget matrix to be presented to the physicians. The matrix budget consists of line-item, functional, and program budgets. Operating Expenses: Rent: $12 per square foot; practice office space is 2,500 SF Malpractice insurance: $20,000 per physician, per year Utilities $3,000 per month Office supplies $1,500 per month Equipment/lease $700 per month Miscellaneous $200 per month Personnel expenses: Physician salary (3 physicians) $200,000.00 Per physician Administrator $ 50,000.00 FTE (full-time employee) Insurance Coordinator $ 35,000.00 FTE Nurse (3 full-time nurses) $ 45,000.00 FTE Front office staff (3 full-time staff) $ 25,000.00 FTE Benefits are calculated at 21% of base salary Number of annual patient visits: 30,000 Use the information above to create each of the following: 1. A line-item budget table showing the cost for personnel, including all salaries and benefits 2. A functional budget to calculate personnel costs per patient visit 3. A total program budget for providing healthcare services for 30,000 patient visits