My company is using SAP ISH (healthcare) in order to book Services to patient cases. We have linked the Services to some activity types which are generated by the Performing Unit in ISH. The Performing unit is linked to a cost centre in CO where the planned Activity rate has been set up (KP26). The patient case is linked 1:1 with an internal order in CO which receives the activity posting.
My company would like to ensure that all of the costs relevant to these activities are allocated out of the cost centre on to the receiving internal orders at month end. I have not worked in CO for a few years but I believe that this will involve a couple of steps in the month end process.
1 Re-calculate the actual activity prices
2 Revalue the actual postings
Each cost centre generates 2 or more activities which need to be valued. Example below
Performing unit THEATRE1 - Operating theatre, performs operations on 2 patient cases
CASE1 - Knee replacement
Activity type - Consumables = 100 units @ £2ea = £200
Drugs = 10 units @ £30ea = £300
CASE2 - Hip Replacement
Activity type - Consumables = 200 units @ £2ea = £400
Drugs = 50 units @ £30ea = £1500
Total credit to the THEATRE1 cost centre
Consumables - £600
Drugs - £1800
At month end the actual costs posted to the cost centre are as follows
Consumables - £800
Drugs - £2000
In order to credit the full amount to the Internal orders from the cost centre the prices must be recalculated and the activity allocation transactions need to be revalued.
Can you please confirm the steps to configure the month end price calculation (specifically around the splitting rule on the cost centre to determine which costs belong to which activity type), and steps to process the revaluation of the transactions?