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If you scroll to the rt you will see year 4 and 5 Assume 11% cost of capital

 Determine the cash inflows and outflows for each year. Calculate Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return, Modified internal rate of return payback period and discounted payback period Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Nurse Triage Salaries \$     523,800 \$     549,990 \$     577,490 \$     606,364 \$     636,682 \$       668,516 Fore-casted ER Cost Reductions \$     400,000 \$     800,000 \$     848,000 \$     900,577 \$     955,512 \$    1,013,798 New IT Specialist’s Salary \$     150,000 \$     154,500 \$     159,135 \$     163,909 \$     168,826 \$       173,891 Costs of Facility Renovations \$       30,000 \$                – \$                – \$                – \$                – \$                  – Necessary Capital Equipment Purchases \$     117,000 \$         3,510 \$         3,510 \$         3,510 \$         3,510 \$           3,510 Net Cash Flow: Present Values of Net Cash Flows: Net Present Value: Internal Rate of Return (IRR): Modified Internal Rate of Return (MIRR):

 Jiranna Healthcare Cash Flows, 2013 (in thousands) Cash Flows from Operating Activities Cash received from patient and third-party payers \$     10,671 Cash received from operating revenue sources 800 Cash received from nonoperating revenue sources 270 Cash payments to employees (5,600) Cash payments to suppliers of goods and services (4,800) Net cash flow from operating activities \$       1,341 Cash flows from Investing Activities Cash payments for purchase of plant assets (1,200) Cash payments for purchase of long-term investments (670) Proceeds from sales of plant assets 80 Proceeds from sale of long-term investments 60 Net cash flow from investing activities (1,730) Cash flows from Financing Activities Proceeds from issuance of 6% bonds payable 4,000 Principal payments on long-term debt (300) Cash payments to retire 7% bonds payable (3,200) Net cash flow from financing activities 500 Net increase/(decrease) in cash \$          111

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