To top it off, many insurance plans—especially those that individuals and small businesses purchase including HSAs —have very large deductibles that patients must meet before insurance will pay for anything. But with declining insurance reimbursements, successful over-the-counter collections are more important than ever What are the implications of not collecting? While some front offices may find it easier to simply mail a statement after the visit, there are usually hidden costs associated with this. Collecting up front is also easier for the patient.
Volunteer Photographic Services The Photographic Services department is seeking a volunteer to help us digitize a selection of our institutional negatives and slides. The project will include maintaining tracking logs, scanning, adding metadata to the digitized image, light image clean-up, and image distribution.
There will also be some light filing projects interspersed. The ideal applicant will have a one day a week availability, previous knowledge of Photoshop, scanning experience, and photo editing skills.
All interested applicants must have a strong sense of motivation and organization. The Partnerships intern will gain first-hand experience in each step of the development process from prospecting to cultivation and solicitation, all the way through to fulfillment of foundation grants and corporate sponsorships.
Minimum Qualifications This non-compensatory, part-time internship is appropriate for upper division students currently enrolled in undergraduate studies, graduate school, or recent graduates with experience in communications, art history, business development, or marketing, and are interested in learning about non-profit arts development, specifically in a museum setting.
Academic credit can be arranged. Interns will gain knowledge and experience in the following areas: Description The Costume and Textiles Department is undertaking a comprehensive inventory, digitization, and rehousing project of the collection.
Collections Management ensures works of art in storage areas are accessible, housed in standardized environmental conditions, and are preserved while in storage. Under the supervision of the Senior Collections Administrator, the internship program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn about collections care and long term preservation goals specific to costumes and textiles.
The intern will gain experience in handling artworks, preparing archival materials for artwork housing, conducting inventories, and navigating the museum database.
Minimum Qualifications This non-compensatory internship is appropriate for post-graduate and graduate students from the following majors: Preference will be given to candidates currently in an academic program who have completed courses in costume and textiles history, collections management, fundamentals of conservation science, and have basic sewing skills.
Applications will be accepted during the following periods: Collections Management Internship Year-Round Collections Management Collections Management will be accepting applications for one or two student interns on an ongoing basis, following the university semester system.
Description Collections Management ensures works of art in storage areas are accessible, housed under proper environmental conditions, and are properly protected while in storage. The internship program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to learn about projects related to collections care and long term preservation goals.
Projects that an intern may be exposed to include: This non-compensatory internship is appropriate for college juniors and seniors, graduate, and post-graduate students from the following majors: Description The Registrar's Office creates and maintains the official records for all of the objects in the LACMA collections or on loan to the museum.
The interns will be exposed to all phases of registration and receive additional assignments focusing on archiving and museum ethics. This non-compensatory internship is appropriate for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate students from the following majors:A Collection Management Policy lays the foundation for how a museum handles situations pertaining to their collection.
It can be defined as “a detailed written statement that explains why a museum is in operation and how it goes about its business.
The policy articulates the museum’s professional standards regarding the objects left in its care . This section provides resources to assist museums with writing and implementing a collections plan. Collections Care This section has information on collections care by type, condition reporting, conservation treatment, historic preservation, planning, preventive care, storage and handling.
The Collections Management Policy is intended to document the basic policies that guide the development and care of the Museum's art collection consistent with the mission of the Museum and with professional museum standards.
Developing a Collections Information Policy March 2 Contents 1. Purpose of the Guidance 2. Why have a Collections Information Policy with writing a Collections Information Policy. It is not a template, but should allow overall Collections Management Policy for the archive or be integrated within the.
Objects. Portfolio (briefcase), a type of briefcase Collections.
Portfolio (finance), a collection of assets held by an institution or a private individual Artist's portfolio, a sample of an artist's work or a case used to display artwork, photographs etc.; Career portfolio, an organized presentation of an individual's education, work samples, and skills.
A collections management policy is a set of policies that address various aspects of collections In writing this section, museums typically reference the types of records created, what information is contained in each record, the parties responsible for .