Skilled medical practice administrators like Debra Oselett, of Rochester Hills, Michigan, are familiar with Peachtree accounting systems, software, and seminars. Because of the popularity of Peachtree, medical administrators are wise to be as familiar with the program as is possible.
Peachtree accounting courses and seminars assist medical administrators in becoming quickly accustomed to the software. Peachtree, or Sage 50, offers three distinct levels of training for administrators and managers. Beginner seminars often start with reviews of the basics, like bookkeeping. The next steps covered pertain to new company set-up to introduce and then review aspects of the program such as data file modification and entry, including employees, inventory, vendors, customers, and accounts that need to be reviewed. Other areas covered in the beginner’s seminar are: payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, and general ledger.
The intermediate Peachtree/Sage 50 course builds upon all of the previously mentioned office and accounting functions at a higher level, including sections dedicated to balancing and reviewing the aforementioned sections. The Peachtree/Sage 50 advanced seminar offers guidance on the basic and intermediate level material, but also addresses more complex subjects like security; forms, reports, and financial statements; payroll; special procedures; backup utility; and time ticket employees.
Debra Oselett and other office administrators and managers are experienced in working with the Peachtree/Sage 50 accounting systems and have used them for many years to successfully operate medical offices. Superior and meticulous accounting skills are a must for a medical practice administrator in order for the office he or she operates to be profitable and respected.