Is grouping expenses by diagnosis and procedures (based on type of services provided) better to use for control and planning than grouping expenses by care setting (based on location of service provided)?

Do you believe that grouping expenses by diagnosis and procedures (based on type of services provided) is better to use for control and planning than grouping expenses by care setting (based on location of service provided)?

From your own workplace give an example of a direct cost and an indirect cost.

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