The assignment, to each of several particular cost-centers, of an equitable proportion of the costs of activities that serve all of them. Cost-center usually refers to institutional departments or services.
System of recording financial transactions.
The actual costs of providing services related to the delivery of health care, including the costs of procedures, therapies, and medications. It is differentiated from HEALTH EXPENDITURES, which refers to the amount of money paid for the services, and from fees, which refers to the amount charged, regardless of cost.
Societal or individual decisions about the equitable distribution of available resources.
Absolute, comparative, or differential costs pertaining to services, institutions, resources, etc., or the analysis and study of these costs.

Mental health/medical care cost offsets: opportunities for managed care. (1/126)

Health services researchers have long observed that outpatient mental health treatment sometimes leads to a reduction in unnecessary or excessive general medical care expenditures. Such reductions, or cost offsets, have been found following mental health treatment of distressed elderly medical inpatients, some patients as they develop major medical illnesses, primary care outpatients with multiple unexplained somatic complaints, and nonelderly adults with alcoholism. In this paper we argue that managed care has an opportunity to capture these medical care cost savings by training utilization managers to make mental health services more accessible to patients whose excessive use of medical care is related to psychological factors. For financial reasons, such policies are most likely to develop within health care plans that integrate the financing and management of mental health and medical/surgical benefits.  (+info)

Follow-up of breast cancer in primary care vs specialist care: results of an economic evaluation. (2/126)

A randomized controlled trial (RCT) comparing primary-care-centred follow-up of breast cancer patients with the current standard practice of specialist-centred follow-up showed no increase in delay in diagnosing recurrence, and no increase in anxiety or deterioration in health-related quality of life. An economic evaluation of the two schemes of follow-up was conducted concurrent with the RCT Because the RCT found no difference in the primary clinical outcomes, a cost minimization analysis was conducted. Process measures of the quality of care such as frequency and length of visits were superior in primary care. Costs to patients and to the health service were lower in primary care. There was no difference in total costs of diagnostic tests, with particular tests being performed more frequently in primary care than in specialist care. Data are provided on the average frequency and length of visits, and frequency of diagnostic testing for breast cancer patients during the follow-up period.  (+info)

Resource allocation for public hospitals in Andhra Pradesh, India. (3/126)

The composition of the hospital sector has important implications for cost effectiveness accessibility and coverage. The classification of acute general hospitals is reviewed here with particular reference to India and Andhra Pradesh. Approaches to arrive at a norm for allocation of hospital expenditure among secondary and tertiary hospitals are discussed. The actual allocation of public sector hospital expenditures is analyzed with data from Andhra Pradesh. The shift in allocative emphasis away from hospitals and in favour of primary health care during the 1980s was found to have been equally shared by secondary and tertiary hospitals. The shares of recurrent (non-plan) expenditure to secondary and tertiary hospitals were 51% and 49% respectively. This can be compared to a derived norm of 66% and 33%. The opportunity that new investment funds (plan schemes) could have provided to rectify the expenditure bias against secondary level hospitals was missed as two-thirds of plan expenditure were also spent on tertiary level hospitals. The share of secondary hospital bed capacity was 45.5% against India's Planning Commission norm of 70%. Public spending strategies should explicitly consider what mix of hospital services is being financed as well as the balance between hospital and primary health care expenditures.  (+info)

Predictors of acute hospital costs for treatment of ischemic stroke in an academic center. (4/126)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: We sought to determine predictors of acute hospital costs in patients presenting with acute ischemic stroke to an academic center using a stroke management team to coordinate care. METHODS: Demographic and clinical data were prospectively collected on 191 patients consecutively admitted with acute ischemic stroke. Patients were classified by insurance status, premorbid modified Rankin scale, stroke location, stroke severity (National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale score), and presence of comorbidities. Detailed hospital charge data were converted to cost by application of department-specific cost-to-charge ratios. Physician's fees were not included. A stepwise multiple regression analysis was computed to determine the predictors of total hospital cost. RESULTS: Median length of stay was 6 days (range, 1 to 63 days), and mortality was 3%. Median hospital cost per discharge was $4408 (range, $1199 to $59 799). Fifty percent of costs were for room charges, 19% for stroke evaluation, 21% for medical management, and 7% for acute rehabilitation therapies. Sixteen percent were admitted to an intensive care unit. Length of stay accounted for 43% of the variance in total cost. Other independent predictors of cost included stroke severity, heparin treatment, atrial fibrillation, male sex, ischemic cardiac disease, and premorbid functional status. CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that the major predictors of acute hospital costs of stroke in this environment are length of stay, stroke severity, cardiac disease, male sex, and use of heparin. Room charges accounted for the majority of costs, and attempts to reduce the cost of stroke evaluation would be of marginal value. Efforts to reduce acute costs should be monitored for potential cost shifting or a negative impact on quality of care.  (+info)

Diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for nonmetastatic breast cancer in Canada, and their associated costs. (5/126)

In an era of fiscal restraint, it is important to evaluate the resources required to diagnose and treat serious illnesses. As breast cancer is the major malignancy affecting Canadian women, Statistics Canada has analysed the resources required to manage this disease in Canada, and the associated costs. Here we report the cost of initial diagnosis and treatment of nonmetastatic breast cancer, including adjuvant therapies. Treatment algorithms for Stages I, II, and III of the disease were derived by age group (< 50 or > or = 50 years old), principally from Canadian cancer registry data, supplemented, where necessary, by the results of surveys of Canadian oncologists. Data were obtained on breast cancer incidence by age, diagnostic work-up, stage at diagnosis, initial treatment, follow-up practice, duration of hospitalization and direct care costs. The direct health care costs associated with 'standard' diagnostic and therapeutic approaches were calculated for a cohort of 17,700 Canadian women diagnosed in 1995. Early stage (Stages I and II) breast cancer represented 87% of all incident cases, with 77% of cases occurring in women > or = 50 years. Variations were noted in the rate of partial vs total mastectomy, according to stage and age group. Direct costs for diagnosis and initial treatment ranged from $8014 for Stage II women > or = 50 years old, to $10,897 for Stage III women < 50 years old. Except for Stage III women < 50 years old, the largest expenditure was for hospitalization for surgery, followed by radiotherapy costs. Chemotherapy was the largest cost component for Stage III women < 50 years old. This report describes the cost of diagnosis and initial treatment of nonmetastatic breast cancer in Canada, assuming current practice patterns. A second report will describe the lifetime costs of treating all stages of breast cancer. These data will then be incorporated into Statistics Canada's Population Health Model (POHEM) to perform cost-effectiveness studies of new therapeutic interventions for breast cancer, such as the cost-effectiveness of day surgery, or of radiotherapy to all breast cancer patients undergoing breast surgery.  (+info)

Health reform and hospital financing in Georgia. (6/126)

AIM: To analyze hospital financing and delivery of inpatient services, financial requirements of the hospitals, and their ability to meet these requirements were determined. METHODS: Data on financial performance of 41 hospitals were collected using a standardized questionnaire. Patient survey, group discussions with hospital administrators, and interviews with policy-makers were also used. RESULTS: Thirty-three hospitals were unable to recover full costs, and 29 were unable to recover full costs excluding capital consumption cost. Cost recovery rate (CRR) of full costs for 14 hospitals was less than 70% and CRR of full costs minus capital consumption costs was less than 70% for 8 hospitals. Collected actual revenues comprised 75.2% of hospitals' full costs. Mean CRR for the sample was 78.6+25.2%. General and long-term hospitals recover 64.8% of their costs, but pediatric and specialized hospitals collected revenues to cover full costs excluding the capital consumption costs. Medium-sized hospitals recovered only 63. 5% of full costs. The hospitals operated with low efficiency, low occupancy rates (31%), and excessive staffing (1.5 physicians per occupied bed). They employed salary equalization policies, which increased the share of fixed costs, perpetuated the oversupply of medical personnel, and yielded low pays. Hospitals charged in excess of their officially accounted costs but, and due to the low collection rates, cost recovery rates were below the officially accounted costs (87.6%). CONCLUSIONS: Low official reimbursement rates and patient unawareness of official hospital costs creates conducive environment for shifting major turnover of the real hospital costs to the patients, resulting in illegal patients charging.  (+info)

Determining the cost of gastroesophageal reflux disease: a decision analytic model. (7/126)

OBJECTIVE: To design a decision analytic model to help determine the costs associated with various treatment regimens for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). STUDY DESIGN: A decision analytic model incorporating Markov processes was developed to calculate clinical and direct economic outcomes for patients with GERD after 2 years of treatment. PATIENTS AND METHODS: We used retrospective data in the Markov model to generate clinical and economic outcomes. The primary data sources were the 1993 MarketScan claims database, the 1992 National Hospital Discharge Survey, and the clinical literature. RESULTS: Patients with mild GERD (17.6% of patients) contributed 37.8% of costs, while those with moderate to severe disease (14.4% of patients) contributed 49.9% of costs. The remaining 12.3% of costs was spent on the 68% of patients with non-GERD diagnoses. The class of drugs with the highest acquisition cost--proton pump inhibitors--had the lowest total cost per case. The high level of efficacy of these drugs may explain this result. Sensitivity testing showed no evidence that our model's results depended heavily on any one probability or cost factor. CONCLUSIONS: This model showed that patients with moderate to severe GERD were the most expensive cases to treat and that proton pump inhibitors resulted in the lowest total cost per case. Further testing and manipulation of the model are required to gain a better understanding of the trade-offs involved in different options for GERD management.  (+info)

The costs of hospital services: a case study of Evangelical Lutheran Church hospitals in Tanzania. (8/126)

The health care systems of many developing countries are facing a severe crisis. Problems of financing services leads to high patient fees which make institutions of Western health care unaffordable for the majority of the rural poor. The conflict between sustainability and affordability of the official health care system challenges both local decision-makers and health management consultants. Decisions must be made soon so that the existing health care systems can survive. However, these decisions must be based on sound data, especially on the costs of health care services. The existing accounting systems of most hospitals in developing countries do not provide decision-makers with these data. Costs are generally underestimated. The leadership of the 16 hospitals of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania is currently analyzing how the existing health care services should be restructured. Therefore, reliable estimates of the costs of hospitals services are required. A survey on 'Costing of health services of the Evang. Luth. Church in Tanzania' was prepared, which summarizes the results of seven months of field investigations in Lutheran hospitals. The major findings are that the costs of providing adequate services are much higher than expected. The most important factors determining these costs are the administrative efficiency of the hospital and the scope of services offered. The paper closes with some recommendations on how to improve the services in order to make them both affordable for the rural poor and financially sustainable for the Church. It is concluded that even the best improvement of technical efficiency will not safeguard the survival of the hospital-based health care services of the Lutheran Church in Tanzania. These findings call for a reallocation of health care resources to lower levels of the health care pyramid.  (+info)

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This article examines the theoretical and empirical literature on cost shifting since 1996, synthesizes the predominant findings, suggests their implications for the future of health care costs, and puts them in the current policy context.
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The article below clearly illustrates how unsustainable our health care system has become. The government-mandated cost-shifting began far before the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The insidious, opaque shifting of costs for medical care began in earnest with the McCarran-Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1011-1015, which exempts health insurance from anti-trust laws that are applicable to every single other area of commerce. Where else do you have to literally purchase goods or services FIRST before you can find out how much it costs? This allows price-fixing within the industry, opaque kick-backs and worst of all, monopolies for the health insurance companies.. Just as bad, we have EMTALA. The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) enacted by Congress in 1986, under the guise of need to provide free health care to indigent people. The thing is, it was a lie that people couldnt get health care treatment in hospitals if they couldnt pay. There were charitable facilities all over ...
Larger employers that could be at a competitive disadvantage by not offering health-care insurance may also make substantial changes in how they deliver it to employees. The new rules, as proposed, are going to make group insurance more expensive, and at the same time theyre going to make the individual market more viable, says Steve Wetzell, vice president of health-care initiatives for the HR Policy Association, a group of nearly 300 large employers. That creates the opportunity for employers to take a hard look at going from defined benefit to defined contribution, similar to the widespread shift from pensions to employer 401(k) contributions, in which employees could take a subsidy from their employer to buy their own insurance.. Among the proposed items that could raise the cost of sponsoring a health-care insurance plan are $500 billion in cuts to the Medicare budget and taxes on prescription-drug manufacturers, both of which are likely to create more cost-shifting to plan sponsors. ...
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System Chief Financial Officer Tim Matthews explained to the board, that in addition to the shortfalls in state funded revenue in 2011, the federal stimulus money that is currently funding 23 positions in the county will not return after the 2011 school year.. After 2011, weve got 23 positions that arent going to be paid for, and we have to determine what to do with these positions, Matthews said.. The money that flows through Title One grants from the federal government must be allocated by proof of need. These funds are only available by showing an area of need and data must be provided to receive these funds.. Among the positions funded by these specific grants are the math coaches, science coaches and graduation coaches. Reduction of these positions would also mean the reduction of the funds through the federal grants and would not help in shrinking the shortfall in state funding.. ...
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While cost-shifting has been increasing, most employer health plans have in-network out-of-pocket caps below the allowable annual limits.
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The study introduces the case of initial adoption and convergence of accounting system under the K-IFRS by the quasi-government entity, the National Research Foundation of Korea(NRF). Followings are the methodology used in the study. (1) The study provides several accounting issues, their impact on the financial information of the NRF and implications about NRFs financial information in the course of convergence of accounting system under the K-IFRS. (2) As examples of accounting issues, the NRF reflected several accounting difference such as revaluation of fixed assets, economic useful life, depreciation method, reclassification of investment, representation of transfer revenue from the government, the timing of revenue recognition, and employ benefits, etc. As results of adjustments under the K-IFRS, the NRF decreased 1,109 billion of total assets and 1,064 billion of total liabilities. Also, increase in operating expenses results a slight decrease in net income, which may have an impact on ...
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A controversial plan to have local schools pay for teachers pensions will be put off for now, Gov. Pat Quinn said while meeting in DuPage County. Not so long ago, I received a call from (Madigan) and he indicated he is willing to defer any discussion on the cost shift regarding pension reform until a later date, Quinn said. We would still keep working on that issue.
With respect to Kidney Care and looking out three, four, five years, theres one big downside and three attractive upsides, said Thiry. The big downside is what will happen to private pay. It is unfortunate that we have a large cost shift in our dialysis industry in America with private patients paying a lot more to subsidize the 80% to 90% of our patients that are Medicare and Medicaid. And when you put that on top of payer consolidation, distributed risk pools, exchanges, and other things going on, it would not be prudent to not be nervous about what will happen with private pay.. He said the upsides include the ESA market, integrated care, and the return of the market basket update in 2019.Thiry said DaVita Kidney Care is seeking a new partnership for providing Erythropoiesis Stimulating Agents, which he said they spend about $800 million a year on. We are intensely looking for the right long-term partner or partners and hope to consummate some type of long-term partnership well before ...
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If you hold or trade with a stablecoin, you incur several risks. First, the stablecoin peg to the dollar may someday be broken, an old problem with pegged exchange rates that Milton Friedman often warned about. Second, to the extent stablecoins and other crypto assets become a major part of the financial system, they will attract more regulatory interest. That in turn will limit many of their advantages over the traditional bank sector. The U.S. government does not want a financial system that evolves outside the purview of the Federal Reserve, FDIC and other regulatory institutions.. Third, the formal banking sector will improve, for instance by moving to more rapid clearing, or by introducing electronic reserve currencies. With the latter, you could transfer your electronically-based dollars within the accounting system of the central bank, and achieve a non-intermediated transfer without resorting to crypto. It is not obvious that crypto will be the market winner once more mainstream ...
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Two local hospitals plunged into the red in their first year as part of nonprofit UPMC Pinnacle, according to the Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council.
The economist Michael Kremer wrote a paper in 1997 formalizing the idea of using patent buyouts as a way of maintaining strong incentives for innovation while still getting crucial information into the public domain ASAP. Essentially, a government could offer to pay the present value of the expected future revenue stream that would result from the temporary monopoly that a patent grants. While the patent-owning company or individual should be indifferent to the outcome, the general public could receive more value from having unabridged access to the information and the ability to modify it without permission before the patent expired. In these cases, a patent buyout can clearly improve outcomes for everyone, and Kremer notes that pharmaceuticals may be a particularly appropriate case. Patent buyouts present at least a theoretical solution to the problem of maximizing the number of players that can legally produce vaccines while maintaining strong incentives for innovation in the future. Of ...
Mmegi is informed that while government has secured vaccine arrangements with distributors such as Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and others which will fully vaccinate all...
British workers are less optimistic about their savings lasting them through retirement than people in other countries, with many predicting theyll never be able to fully retire, according to a new survey.
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UK - A University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) study has revealed that by 2030, the UK could require up to seven million hectares of additional land to meet a growing population’s food, space and renewable energy needs, while increasing the area needed to protect nature and its services.
U.S. states carry a total of about $390 billion in unfunded teacher pension liabilities, according to a report that says efforts by lawmakers to tinker with their states plans are falling short.
The EU does not expect US pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson to meet its goal of delivering 55 million Covid-19 vaccines for the second quarter of 2021, due to a manufacturing issue.
Buffer feeding dairy cows at grass is required to bridge any shortfall that may exist between nutrient supply and animal requirements for milk production. These shortfalls may exist for a number of reasons, such as a low grass supply caused by stocking rate restrictions, lace of adequate grass regrowth due to poor weather conditions or low grass quality (poor digestibility).
Rising demand and dwindling supplies of helium are hitting San Joaquin County businesses as well as those in the rest of the country.
Legislative drafting has evolved to become the bedrock of political, economic and social transformation. The view of the Institutes Sir William Doe Centre for Legislative Studies is that legislative drafting is a practical discipline requiring awareness of the principles of drafting along with great experience on the job. It is still, however, relatively unexplored as a discipline. The PLP examines issues related to the policy process, the legislative process and the drafting process.. The PLP is aimed at those seeking a career in legislative drafting, those already working as drafters or those who want a career in or already working for, organizations that produce different types of normative acts. Many of our students are mid-career drafters employed by government (for example, by LG Chambers, the Ministry of Justice or any other ministries).. ...
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the level of capacity that reduces theoretical capacity by considering unavoidable operating interruptions, such as scheduled maintenance time, shut-downs for holidays and so on ...
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As federal and private payers increasingly demand a bigger bang for their buck, clinical laboratories must do more than just provide test results-they must show how they contribute to improved clinical outcomes while helping payers hold down costs.
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... is a process of providing relief to shared service organization's cost centers that provide a product or ... One way to contain costs is to implement a cost allocation methodology, where your business units become directly accountable ... By correctly defining and allocating costs, true cost of service can be fully captured. Direct costs - are those that can be ... An effective cost allocation methodology enables an organization to identify what services are being provided and what they ...
Pay the cost from the initial pool. If all partners satisfy the qualification requirement, then the money in the pool is ... Fair allocation of items and money is a class of fair item allocation problems in which, during the allocation process, it is ... An allocation that requires at most (n-1)V subsidy can be found in polynomial time. An allocation minimizes the subsidy iff it ... When there are two agents, round-robin item allocation with a specific agent ordering finds an allocation that is envy-freeable ...
Spill cost: compute the spill cost of each variable. This assesses the impact of mapping a variable to memory on the speed of ... showed that register allocation is a NP-complete problem. They reduce the graph coloring problem to the register allocation ... Trace register allocation is a recent approach developed by Eisl et al. This technique handles the allocation locally: it ... Register allocation can happen over a basic block (local register allocation), over a whole function/procedure (global register ...
Hansen, P., Oguz, C. and Mladenovic, N. Variable neighborhood search for minimum cost berth allocation[dead link]. European ... The berth allocation problem (also known as the berth scheduling problem) is a NP-complete problem in operations research, ... Guan Y, Xiao W-Q, Cheung R K, and Li C-L. A multiprocessor task scheduling model for berth allocation: heuristic and worst case ... Lee D-H, Song L., and Wang H.,. A genetic algorithm for a bi-level programming model of berth allocation and quay crane ...
... and the highest cost quartile funds had the worst performance. In asset allocation planning, the decision on the amount of ... Dynamic asset allocation is similar to strategic asset allocation in that portfolios are built by allocating to an asset mix ... Wikibooks has more on the topic of: Asset allocation Asset allocation performance Model portfolios for buy and hold index ... In this way, core-satellite allocation strategies are a hybrid of the strategic and dynamic/tactical allocation strategies ...
How much your costs will be (in Pounds sterling). There are three tracks: Small claims - any claim up to £10,000 and certain ... An allocation questionnaire is a form used in English legal practice. After a claim is made, if a defence is filed each party ... Sample allocation questionnaires are available on the Internet. The official UK Courts web site has many forms available, ... The allocation questionnaire is a Pivotal Point in the judicial process requesting the following information: Whether you wish ...
Given expected effort, duration, and the labor allocation, how much will the project cost? Defect Calculation. Given product ... Activity and Labor Allocation. How should activities and labor be allocated into the estimate? Cost Calculation. ...
... allocation of transferred interests; Central and District Valuation Boards; compensation; payment of costs; time limits, ...
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 4: 16. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-4-16. PMC 1601969. PMID 17022815. Hessel, FP; Bramlage ... Nevertheless, cost and donor scarcity have prompted researchers to look for new supportive treatments that can act as "bridge" ... Porcine hepatocytes are often used due to ease of acquisition and cost; however, they are relatively unstable and carry the ... Primary human hepatocytes sourced from donor organs are the most suitable for use but present several problems in their cost ...
... resource allocation and decision modeling; cost/benefit analysis; statistical methods; and various applications to specific ...
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 1 (1): 8. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-1-8. PMC 320499. PMID 14687420. Edejer, Tessa Tan- ... CostIt (Costing Intervention Templates) is a software for the recording and analysis of cost data. It is not a data-collection ... For instance, transition costs are not modeled separately. The ranking of interventions by cost-effectiveness could be fairly ... It was one of the earliest projects to perform sectoral cost-effectiveness analyses (i.e., cost-effectiveness analyses that ...
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 7 (1): 13. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-7-13. PMC 2724492. PMID 19615069. S2CID 542551. ... Studies that implicate survival with Anti-retroviral Therapies (ART) and cost-effectiveness analysis of the treatment were done ... Bikilla, Asfaw; Jerene, Degu; Robberstad, Bjarne; Lindtjørn, Bernt (2009). "Cost-effectiveness of anti-retroviral therapy at a ...
Principle 5: Full cost allocation. All of the internal and external costs and benefits, including social and ecological, of ... When appropriate, markets should be adjusted to reflect full costs. Principle 6: Participation. All stakeholders should be ... internalize costs and benefits. Appropriate scales of governance will be those that have the most relevant information, can ...
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 10: 4. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-10-4. PMC 3323427. PMID 22429892. Arinaitwe, Emmanuel ... This localized treatment program was found to cut the cost of treating a malnourished child in half. In Uganda the IFPRI ... A study in Ethiopia to test cost effectiveness of two different methods of treating malnutrition in children was done by ... www.ifpri.org[dead link] Tekeste, Asayehegn; Mekitie Wondafrash; Girma Azene; Kebede Deribe (March 19, 2012). "Cost ...
... the inclusion of equity criteria not captured by cost-effectiveness analysis". Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 12 ( ... Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 2 (1): 3. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-2-3. PMC 411060. PMID 15104792. "The WHO Essential ... Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 4 (1): 14. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-4-14. PMC 1560167. PMID 16923181. Ruan K (2019). " ... also notes how there are more cost-effectiveness studies for LMICs (in the thousands), but that these are unlikely to be ...
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 2 (1): 4. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-2-4. PMC 449736. PMID 15210053. Jason LA, Corradi K ... Direct healthcare costs are estimated at between $9 and $14 billion annually in the US alone. A 2008 study calculated that the ... individual and societal costs". Dynamic Medicine. 7: 6. doi:10.1186/1476-5918-7-6. PMC 2324078. PMID 18397528. Broderick G, ... 29 This is comparable to other chronic illnesses that extract some of the biggest medical and socioeconomic costs. ...
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation. 1 (1): 6. doi:10.1186/1478-7547-1-6. PMC 156025. PMID 12773215. Tsai, Alexander C ... and providing a standard measure of effectiveness for health interventions and cost-effectiveness analysis. PopMod is used as ... policymakers in the WHO's 14 epidemiological sub-regions around the world with findings on a range of health intervention costs ... one of the standard tools of the World Health Organization's (WHO) CHOICE (Choosing Interventions that are Cost-Effective) ...
Except on the Model 67 Detlefs, D.; Dosser, A.; Zorn, B. (June 1994). "Memory allocation costs in large C and C++ programs" ( ... ISBN 0-201-89683-4. Section 2.5: Dynamic Storage Allocation, pp. 435-456. Simple Memory Allocation AlgorithmsArchived 5 March ... Fixed-size blocks allocation, also called memory pool allocation, uses a free list of fixed-size blocks of memory (often all of ... This memory allocation mechanism preallocates memory chunks suitable to fit objects of a certain type or size. These chunks are ...
These include: cross-border mismatches, insurance payments and interest exemptions; interest cost allocation for finance ... Fuel costs may be claimed if the taxpayer has borne the full cost of the fuel used in the vehicle. Maintenance costs may be ... When goods are imported ad valorem taxes are imposed on the cost of the goods. VAT is then applied to the total of the cost of ... Further relief is available for cost of licence, insurance, maintenance, fuel for private travel if the full cost of these ...
Increase social welfare (efficient resource allocation). Generate a normal profit for monopolist (Price = ATC) * RePEc " ... Average cost pricing forces monopolists to reduce price to where the firm's average total cost (ATC) intersects the market ... Average Cost Pricing in the Presence of a Public Monopoly", American Economic Review v.73:189-93 (1983). Average Cost Pricing ... "An Experimental Study of the Serial and Average Cost Pricing Mechanisms," Journal of Public Economics (2003). "Marginal Cost ...
A BMS is a means of managing bridge information to formulate maintenance programs within cost limitations. A BMS includes four ... optimizing the allocation of financial resources, and increasing the safety of bridge users. The major tasks in bridge ... basic components: data storage, cost and deterioration models, optimization and analysis models, and updating functions. & ...
... future free cash flow in year t from Cost Control CFRA,t = future free cash flow in year t from Resource Allocation CFSHE,t = ... Total accumulated consequence costs (both clean-up costs and loss of company value) are estimated on 12 billion. Even though ... Controlling maintenance costs is called "Cost Control" in VDM. Finally, maintenance can create value through the smarter ... The maintenance budget consists mainly of wage and training costs of technicians, managers and indirect personnel, the costs of ...
"Hyderabad: Airport Metro line to cost Rs 5,000 crore". The New Indian Express. "Telangana Budget: No allocation for GHMC, HMDA ... of the cost. The construction work which was supposed to commence on 3 March 2011 commenced in 2012. In March 2012, the cost of ... "Metro rail cost overshoots estimates". The Times of India. 8 March 2012. Archived from the original on 14 July 2012. Ghanate, ... It is estimated to cost ₹18,800 crore (US$2.4 billion). As of February 2020, about 490,000 people use the Metro per day. Trains ...
Emanuel said that claims of cost saving from assisted suicide are a distortion, and that such costs are relatively small, ... Ezekiel was one of three authors who co-wrote Principles for allocation of scarce medical interventions, which examines eight ... As costs rise, many companies will drop insurance and pay the modest taxes or fees that have been proposed. States will find ... The cost of aggressive treatment was $2,000 per day. This dilemma illustrates the ethical challenges faced by even the most ...
Each point on a social utility frontier represents an efficient allocation of an economy's resources; that is, it is a Pareto ... Long run declining average costs in a natural monopoly. Taxes and tariffs. Government restrictions on prices and quantities ... Factor allocation inefficiencies in production theory basics. Externalities. Asymmetric information, including principal-agent ... We cannot reduce production cost by reallocating production between two producers. The marginal rates of substitution in ...
Companies use slightly different overhead allocation methods. Don R. Hansen and Maryanne M. Mowen (2006). Cost Management ... An average cost per unit of product is then calculated for each job. Process costing systems assign costs to one or more ... As actual costs are accrued, they are compared to budgeted costs, to determine variances for each phase of each job. Cost Codes ... Job costing (known by some as job order costing) is fundamental to managerial accounting. It differs from Process costing in ...
"Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan". Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan. Retrieved ... "Frequency Allocation Board". Frequency Allocation Board. Retrieved 19 December 2015. "Institute of Bankers Pakistan". Institute ... Board Gazette of Pakistan Institute of Bankers Pakistan Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan Institute of Cost and ... of Pakistan Export Import Bank of Pakistan Federal Ombudsman of Pakistan Federal Judicial Academy Frequency Allocation ...
Rental harmony - a fair division problem where indivisible items and a fixed total cost have to be divided simultaneously. Fair ... Envy-free item allocation; Egalitarian item allocation; Nash-optimal allocation: and prove hardness of calculating utilitarian- ... The possible allocations are as follows: Every allocation which gives an item to each agent is MMS-fair. Every allocation which ... Maximin-share item allocation; Proportional item allocation; Minimax-share item allocation: The problem of calculating the mFS ...
Christie, S; Schrater, Paul (2015). "Cognitive cost as dynamic allocation of energetic resources". Frontiers in Neuroscience. 9 ... Sending huge numbers of e-mail messages costs spammers very little, since the costs of e-mail messages are spread out over the ... The cost of these rights could vary according to the person who is interrupted: interrupt rights for the CEO of a Fortune 500 ... Since the cost to transmit advertising to consumers has become sufficiently low given that more ads can be transmitted to a ...
With or without free allocation of emission certificates. The source does not distinguish between lignite and hard coal. Knud ... 98 Costs of gas peakers are substantial, and include both the cost of fuel and external costs of its combustion. Costs of its ... Thus, a true cost accounting demands that the costs of both primary and secondary sources be included when the cost of storage ... For power generation capacity capital costs are often expressed as overnight cost per watt. Estimated costs are: Real life ...
... invest in low-cost index funds and exchange-traded funds. The investor should be very watchful of costs as some indices are ... and is unique in that it stresses allocation of capital in Treasury inflation protection securities, government bonds, real ... and the University of Pennsylvania have adopted his allocation strategies to mixed success. Under Swensen's guidance the Yale ... long-term gains it may have produced for colleges and universities in the past must now be weighed more fully against its costs ...
Another pitch was laid less than three weeks before the final at a cost of £160,000, using turf shipped in from Slovakia, but ... The clubs were able to distribute their tickets however they wished; Manchester United chose to make their allocation available ... According to the head of the Russian national tourist office, Mikhail Ignatiev, many fans were put off by the cost of travel ... While Manchester United managed to sell out their entire allocation, UEFA's William Gaillard indicated that Chelsea still had " ...
... to automated resources allocation in public services, the extent of possible AI applications that can influence an individual's ... "the lack of power infrastructure in lower socio-economic areas and exorbitant data costs, impact some students' ability to ...
Costs of continuing the plan will make the business fail. Costs of continuing the plan have become unreasonably burdensome ... concerning allocation of expenses in a defined contribution plan. Guide to ERISA rights from the United States Department of ... PBGC's long-term cost can be expected to be unreasonably higher if it does not terminate the plan. A termination initiated by ... the minimum required contribution is the cost of benefits earned during the year. If a plan is not fully funded, the ...
... can make this appear an attractive option by lowering the cost of interest payments on the foreign debt, and they may be ... conflicts can occur over the control and exploitation of resources and the allocation of their revenues (the "resource war" ... are produced or internal conflict between different government ministries or departments for access to budgetary allocations. ...
As usual, routers select a route by whatever distance metric is in use (the least cost, least congested, shortest). Selecting a ... modulation and spectrum allocation in elastic optical network with anycast and unicast traffic". Computer Networks. 79: 148-165 ... cost, etc.) is being used. The method used in IPv4 of advertising multiple routes in BGP to multiply-assigned unicast addresses ... routing algorithm selects the single receiver from the group based on which is the nearest according to some distance or cost ...
With the buildout in technical infrastructure for automated toll dialing, the allocations needed to be changed in many states, ... numbers Minimum changes in local dialing practice Least cost for equipment changes Minimum reference by operators to bulletins ... On the other hand, it was already recognized in 1930 that too little granularity in the allocation pattern introduced expensive ...
The costs of fixing the damage has been estimated at over NZ$11 billion (as at 2009[update]). Unemployment continued to fall ... The allocation of $550 million represents about 0.26% of New Zealand's gross national income (GNI). New Zealand welcomes and ... House prices rose dramatically in the first years of the 21st century and by 2007, an average house cost more than six times ... Based on these figures, The New Zealand Herald predicted that putting GST up to 15% would increase living costs for the poor ...
Considering the high operational costs of the vessels (container ships have daily operational costs of approximately US$40,000 ... One alternative, aimed at avoiding inequality and revenue allocation issues, is to implement a rationing of peak period travel ... "Pedágio urbano de São Paulo pode custar até R$ 88 por mês" [São Paulo's congestion pricing could cost up to R$88 per month]. ... Economists disagree over how to set tolls, how to cover common costs, what to do with any excess revenues, whether and how " ...
It got 20% allocation. Third Stream: This was left with 5% allocation for Innovative programs which included Prevention of ... provided free of cost by the Central government, but the cost of transportation should be borne by the states.: 710 Despite the ... This stream got 75% of the total allocation. In New Delhi Awas Yojna the allocation was increased from 6% to 10% and in Million ... Since 1993-94 the Yojna was made more targets oriented and expanded substantially through increased budgetary allocations. It ...
Given the asset allocation chosen at any time, the determinants of the change in wealth are usually the stochastic returns to ... This property is applicable to all centralized systems with linear equations of evolution, quadratic cost function, and noise ... with the symmetric positive definite cost-to-go matrix X evolving backwards in time from X S = Q {\displaystyle X_{S}=Q} ... are known symmetric positive definite cost matrices. We assume that each element of A and B is jointly independently and ...
Allocation of military aid continued through October 6, though the number of on-scene personnel began to decrease two days ... Throughout the region, one person was killed and damage costs amounted to a record USD$200 million. In the storm's wake, ...
He tested low-cost, self-configurable, solar-power equipment that requires less maintenance in several areas. His conclusion ... queue-aware power control and allocation problems. Tembine has participated in several projects in West Africa in the areas of ... They provided explicit solutions to a class of mean-field-type games with non-linear state dynamics and or non-quadratic cost ... The non-linearity includes trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, logarithmic functions and power (polynomial) cost ...
On 23 March 2004, a special allocation draw was held which determined the running order for the semi-final and Andorra was set ... from the Andorran government which saw the Eurovision Song Contest as a way to raise their profile at a reasonable cost. RTVA ...
The allocation date of a PAN can be checked through UTI's official website. The issuance of PAN, verification, delivery and ... PAN allotment based on Aadhaar is free of cost. A PAN PDF will be generated and issued to the applicant, and holds the same ... 24 March 2011). New PAN card to cost Rs 105; aims to weed out fake PAN card issue. The Economic Times. (28 January 2014). ...
... lateness is a special case of a cost function). The maximum cost can be minimized by a greedy algorithm known as Lawler's ... "A unified approach to approximating resource allocation and scheduling". Journal of the ACM. 48 (5): 1069-1090. doi:10.1145/ ... it allows each job to have an arbitrary cost function hj, which is a function of its completion time ( ...
... and resource allocation, goal-setting is a crucial component of virtually all of these approaches as the initiator of self- ... easy to implement and cost effective solution to improve cognitive outcomes in stroke patients. Goal-setting has limitations ...
1-3. ISBN 978-0-471-70616-8. James Chong; Yanbo Jin; Michael Phillips (April 29, 2013). "The Entrepreneur's Cost of Capital: ... and asset allocation" (PDF). Journal of Portfolio Management. 24: 102-16. doi:10.3905/jpm.24.2.102. Retrieved 27 February 2015 ... Chong, James; Phillips, Michael (2012). "Measuring risk for cost of capital: The downside beta approach" (PDF). Journal of ...
There have been complaints about high transaction cost for this scheme due to insurance intermediaries. RSBY does not take into ... established from the history of industrialized countries and it should have high priority in health related resource allocation ... This has also incentivised unnecessary treatment which in due course will increase costs and premiums. ... generic medicine and making these universally available free of cost to all patients in public facilities as a part of the ...
Work on the ten citywide renovation projects was estimated to cost almost $146 million, and was scheduled to start later that ... As a condition of the funding allocation, the university wanted work on the project to be expedited. Residents of Morningside ... "Our First Subway Completed At Last - Opening of the Van Cortlandt Extension Finishes System Begun in 1900 - The Job Cost $ ... Crowell, Paul (October 11, 1946). "Improvement Costs Voted for Subway; Board of Estimate Appropriates $31,291,000 for New Cars ...
Darling had claimed the costs of preparing his tax return as an expense of his office, although tax law regards them as ... The complaint, centering on the gain made by allocation of their 'second house', was dismissed since it was held the couple had ... In the tax year 2007-2008, MPs' costs of staying away from their main homes was limited to £23,083. In January 2009 Harriet ... Among those who had to repay expenses were Prime Minister Gordon Brown who claimed £12,415 for cleaning and gardening costs and ...
... which manage the resource allocation for these schools. However, there is a considerable inequality of resource allocation for ... The Federal Education Law of 1973 ascertained that instruction in Spanish must not take place at the cost of cultural and ...
Lee, Fiona (2002). "The Social Costs of Seeking Help". The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. 38 (1): 17-35. doi:10.1177/ ... The hierarchy and authority empower employers and supervisors with more rights of resource allocation, rewards, and punishment ... The Mediating Effects of Perceived Image Cost and Moderating Effects of Power Distance Orientation". Frontiers in Psychology. 9 ...
The usual costing method makes use of time and material costs as variable costs and fixed costs. This is primarily used in ... However, while TVET funding has risen, the BPO industry only got a minor allocation of limited training resources, with most ... This setup is preferred when core or crucial business activities are needed to be run at cheaper costs. The rationale for ... Such practice, once adapted, was forecasted to mitigate the cost and risk of having to keep and maintain large data-storing ...
This is the second largest allocation of funding by the city after the allocation to Boston Public Schools. Like many major ... This amounted to $2,300 a year per driver in costs. The Boston Public Schools enroll 57,000 students attending 145 schools, ... Mayor Thomas Menino introduced the Renew Boston Whole Building Incentive which reduces the cost of living in buildings that are ... CASE STUDY: City of Boston, Massachusetts;Cost Plans for Governments Archived July 9, 2017, at the Wayback Machine "About the ...
... pay towards the cost of care. The Care Act 2014 also saw the implementation of a Funding Cost Cap, the maximum contribution ... This is mainly for the purpose of case work allocation, supervision, leadership and management. As an example, below is an ... The new cap will not cover daily living costs for people in care homes, and those fees will still need to be paid for out of ... Local authority spending on adult social care is a demand on the local tax revenue and for this reason and associated costs to ...
... and these are from Rational Choice Theory to Social Exchange Theory where costs, rewards, and outcomes are valued in ... which includes multi-year financial plans and more robust capital allocation across business units; Externally oriented ...
2) Regulations 1994 (S.I. 1994/3136) Children (Allocation of Proceedings) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order 1994 (S.I. 1994/3138) Non- ... Payment of Disposal Cost by Instalments) (Amendment No. 2) Regulations 1994 (S.I. 1994/2916) Dairy Produce Quotas (Amendment) ( ... 2) Order 1994 (S.I. 1994/2163) Children (Allocation of Proceedings) (Amendment) Order 1994 (S.I. 1994/2164) Family Proceedings ... Payment of Disposal Cost by Instalments) (Amendment) Regulations 1994 (S.I. 1994/266) Town and Country Planning (Simplified ...
In the agricultural context, diversification can be regarded as the re-allocation of some of a farm's productive resources, ... While concern about food miles, as well as the cost of complying with supermarket certification requirements such as for ...
Cost recovery in municipal and communal systems is generally low and usually revenues are barely sufficient to cover operating ... unclear allocation of management responsibilities; and little or no regulation and monitoring of service provision. In 2015, ... For example, a program supported by USAID since 1992 in the Altiplano required communities to repay 50% of investment costs, ... of project costs, with only 40% financed by donors. The program supported 800 rural communities, focusing on those in extreme ...
Resource allocation : moving towards needs-based geographical allocations / by Robin Thompson and Steve Holland  ... Reource allocation / by Tim Ensor  Ensor, Tim; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎Copenhagen : WHO ... Lessons from cost-recovery in health / Andrew Creese, Joseph Kutzin  Creese, Andrew L; Kutzin, Joseph; World Health ... Financial resource allocation mechanisms in CARNET countries  World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; CARNET (‎ ...
SCE PCIA Voluntary Allocation Information Eligible Resource Adequacy (RA) Capacity 2022 Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) ... SCE GHG-Free Energy Allocation Green Tariff Shared Renewables (GTSR) Request for Offers (RFO) Bioenergy Market Adjusting Tariff ...
... enable cost allocation tagging in your AWS Billing and Cost Management dashboard, and analyze your costs for a given tag in AWS ... Cost allocation tags require that a tag has a non-null value. Null tags dont appear in Cost Explorer and AWS Budgets. For more ... Under Cost Management, choose Cost allocation tags.. *In the Filter field, enter the name of the tag you created (. ... Analyze your costs for the tag you created.. Prerequisites. To use cost allocation tags, you must first provision an Amazon ...
Monitoring costs with cost allocation tags. When you add cost allocation tags to your resources in Amazon ElastiCache, you can ... Characteristics of ElastiCache cost allocation tags. * Cost allocation tags are applied to ElastiCache resources which are ... Use cost allocation tags to organize your AWS bill to reflect your own cost structure. To do this, sign up to get your AWS ... You can then see your total ElastiCache costs broken out by region. For more information, see Use Cost Allocation Tags in the ...
Cost allocation models for collaborative transports describe how optimized costs and revenues are allocated among the ... The cost allocation model is based on concepts from cooperative game theory, fulfilling certain fairness criteria. The model ... vehicle and cost data, as well as a description of transport-related policy measures (restrictions and incentives) applied in ... includes the costs to be analyzed and describes opportunities and conditions for efficient collaboration between the ...
Citipowers cost allocation method (CAM) governs the manner in which Citipower is allowed to allocate costs to the distribution ... AER decision: CitiPower - Cost allocation method 2016 ( PDF 314.48 KB ) AER CitiPower - Cost allocation method - April 2014 ( ... Citipowers cost allocation method (CAM) governs the manner in which Citipower is allowed to allocate costs to the distribution ... The allocation of costs between the services is required to accurately represent the costs incurred in providing those services ...
... EEI Statement on FERCs ... "The NOPR issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission today on transmission planning and cost allocation is an important ... 1000 to eliminate the federal right of first refusal for projects selected for regional cost allocation. EEI thanks the ... Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation. Washington, D.C. (April 22, 2022) - Edison Electric ...
Reduce freight spend and improve customer service with better insight into cost allocation within an enterprise TMS. ... Organize inventory processes and track a variety of financial data points and types all with one convenient cost allocation ... A better, digital approach to managing back-office operations improves general cost allocation and offers significant ... Uncover hidden savings and efficiency with freight cost allocation and payment management. ...
1. For a cost to be considered "reasonable," it must meet all of the following requirements EXCEPT:. A. Determined to be ... Knowledge Check - Reasonable Costs. Select the appropriate response to complete the statement and then, select the Submit ... The correct answer is C. To be considered reasonable, the cost does not have to be shown that it was incurred directly for ... Find award and allocation amounts for grantees by year, program, and state. ...
From clean toilets to working computers, your company incurs many costs that it cannot assign to one particular ... The Advantages of the Direct Method of Cost Allocation. ... The direct allocation method is one of several cost allocation ... However, charge-off will not help you understand how and why you incurred the costs. The indirect allocation method is a more ... Though indirect allocation can give you finely tuned results, it requires more accounting work than does the direct allocation ...
a) In general. No Enterprise shall re-direct or pass through the cost of any allocation to the Housing Trust Fund or the ... 12 CFR § 1251.3 - Prohibition on pass-through of cost of allocation; enforcement. * CFR ... 1251.3 Prohibition on pass-through of cost of allocation; enforcement.. ( ...
... Brandeau, ML., Zaric, GS., & Richter, A. (2003). Resource allocation for control of infectious diseases in multiple independent ... populations: beyond cost-effectiveness analysis. Journal of Health Economics, 22(4), 575-598. ...
Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal Cost Study]. Chapter 10 Michael Foster [Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal Cost Study] ... Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal Cost Study]. Chapter 9 Marjorie Schmidt-Pines [Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal Cost ... SDG&E Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal Cost Study Chapter 10: Michael Foster (SDG&E Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal ... SoCalGas Cost Allocation and Long Run Marginal Cost Study). Chapter 9: Marjorie-Schmidt-Pines (SoCalGas Cost Allocation and ...
Cost transparency ✓ Cost savings ✓ Get information and advice now. ... IT controlling determines and allocates all IT costs incurred ► ... IT cost allocation as a managed service. We provide regular support in the determination and distribution of IT costs and the ... IT costs money. The decisive factor for the acceptance of an allocation model for IT costs is the methodology for allocating ...
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Least-cost allocation of measures to increase the amount of coarse woody debris in forest estates. Hans Ekvall, Department of ... Hans Ekvall, Göran Bostedt and Mattias Jonsson (2013), "Least-cost allocation of measures to increase the amount of coarse ... We estimate least-cost combinations of CWD-increasing measures in a spruce-dominated Swedish forest estate. Specifically, we ... The analysis thus shows that huge improvements in cost-efficiency of biodiversity-oriented forestry are possible. ...
Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era: Principles and Concepts By Jim Lazar, Mark LeBel On April 1, 2020 ... Jim Lazar and Mark LeBel discussed the key recommendations of Electric Cost Allocation for a New Era and how accounting ...
Cost Allocation and Planning for Management of Business Informatics. This paper shows some limitations of the model, its ... key principles of cost allocation on which the proposed model is based, and factors which must be taken into account during the ... The Reference Model for Cost Allocation Optimization and Planning for Business Informatics Management Petr Doucek 1 Milos ... The Reference Model for Cost Allocation Optimization and Planning for Business Informatics Management. 10th International ...
Statewide Cost Allocation Plan (SWCAP). The Statewide Cost Allocation Plan (SWCAP) identifies and allocates costs the state ... Statewide Cost Allocation Plan * Instruction and Links to obtain Cost Allocation by Fiscal Year ... OMB A-87 establishes principles and standards for determining costs for Federal awards carried out through grants, cost ... Section I is the allocation of non-billed allowable indirect costs. Section II is the documentation of direct billed services ...
Cost of constrained time allocation for each subject. The dependent variable is the predicted ratio of expected gain in the ... Cost of constrained time allocation for each subject. The dependent variable is the predicted ratio of expected gain in the ... Cost of constrained time allocation for each subject. The dependent variable is the predicted ratio of expected gain in the ... Cost of constrained time allocation for each subject. The dependent variable is the predicted ratio of expected gain in the ...
title = "Cost-effective resource allocation in C-RAN with mobile cloud",. abstract = "Taking full advantages of two cloud-based ... Cost-effective resource allocation in C-RAN with mobile cloud. / Wang, Kezhi; Yang, Kun; Wang, Xinhou; Magurawalage, Chathura ... Cost-effective resource allocation in C-RAN with mobile cloud. Kezhi Wang, Kun Yang, Xinhou Wang, Chathura Sarathchandra ... keywords = "C-RAN, Cost-Effective Resource Allocation, MCC",. author = "Kezhi Wang and Kun Yang and Xinhou Wang and ...
3.12 ACCESSIBILITY OF ESI AND COST ALLOCATION. A. Overview B. Sampling C. Requesting Party Strategy D. Producing Party Strategy ... 7.3(G)(3), Cost Allocation - 26(b)(2)(iii). • § 7.4(G)(4), Sampling. C. Requesting Party Strategy ... 7.4(G)(3), Cost Allocation. • § 7.4(G)(2), Burdensome - Rule 26(b)(2)(C). B. Sampling ... Issue: Is Cost Allocation Available if the ESI is "Not Reasonably Available." ...
... So youve moved your business to Amazon AWS cloud. Now, you have to ... These detailed views enable the CFO to plan and justify AWS cost allocation. How does it work? ... Understand in granular detail the true costs allocated to specific business activities, such as the cost to manufacture your ... projects for cost and managerial accounting efforts to understand the actual costs of your business activities such as the cost ...
... marginal cost pricing, and average cost sharing.. AB - Resource allocation problems play a key role in many applications, ... Harks T, Miller K. The Worst-Case Efficiency of Cost Sharing Methods in Resource Allocation Games. Operations Research. 2011 ... Harks, T. ; Miller, K. / The Worst-Case Efficiency of Cost Sharing Methods in Resource Allocation Games. In: Operations ... We consider the worst-case efficiency of cost sharing methods in resource allocation games in terms of the ratio of the minimum ...
This comment will then analyze the four basic approaches to allocation of notice costs in view of these policy considerations ... this comment will examine the issue of allocation of initial notice costs in class actions under federal rule 23(c) (2). First ... Stefan H. Krieger, Allocation of Initial Notice Costs Under Federal Rule 23(c)(2), 1973 U. Ill. L.F. 723 (1973) Available at: ... This comment will then analyze the four basic approaches to allocation of notice costs in view of these policy considerations ...
Fairwinds Insights has enhanced cost allocation features that allow platform engineering managers to pinpoint cloud spend and ... Use the cost allocation feature to "bill" the respective teams and breakdown cost by Node, Shared (e.g., a group of common ... Accurate Cost Allocation Across Teams: Allocate cumulative, historical workload usage to different teams. Cost is typically ... Cloud billing integration: integrate your AWS Cost and Usage Report (CUR) for accurate cost allocation using your actual cloud ...
Health financing in the poor countries : cost recovery or cost reduction? / J. Brunet-Jailly. by Brunet-Jailly, Joseph , World ... Financial resource allocation mechanisms in CARNET countries. by World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe , CARNET ... No need to weight community health programmes for resource allocation? / Mary Brennan and Roy Carr-Hill. by Brennan, Mary , ...
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  • Candidates must pass a certification examination covering the following topics: asset allocation, investment strategies, estate planning, investment opportunities for retirees and small business owners, and insurance products. (ameripriseadvisors.com)
  • Accounting practices and profit distribution rules are likely to play an influential role in asset allocation decisions. (bis.org)
  • Asset Allocation (Aka diversification) is the best approach to investing. (blogmaverick.com)
  • Everyone is talking about asset allocation. (blogmaverick.com)
  • For context, I will provide the performance of my "moderate investor's asset allocation" for both 2010 and with its predecessors for the period since 2000. (blogmaverick.com)
  • Asset allocation is about making you a sucker. (blogmaverick.com)
  • This can have a downside because the mutual fund options may not be the absolute best that you could find, but that is okay because what matters more is having the right asset allocation and getting started as early as you can. (moolanomy.com)
  • The Local Government councils in Ogun State received N3.61bn, which includes shares of statutory allocation, Value Added Tax and exchange gain from the Federal Allocation for the month of September, 2022. (punchng.com)
  • According to the data from Account Allocation Committee meeting, which was made available to The Punch, the 20 councils received N4.69b for August, 2022 allocation. (punchng.com)
  • We performed active surveillance of hospital outbreaks of gastroenteritis to determine incidence, microbiologic cause, economic cost, and effectiveness of control measures in the county of Avon, England, an area likely to be broadly representative of England as a whole. (cdc.gov)
  • These two issues can have great importance for a ranking of different health interventions by either a cost/benefit or cost effectiveness analysis (CEA) standard. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 9(1) 7.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.This article examines the application of a balanced scorecard within a unit in a hospital to compare performance results and goal achievement.Balanced Scorecard Institute. (homeworkhandlers.com)
  • determine cost-effectiveness of PrEP to prioritize allocation of limited resources. (medscape.com)
  • Professor Jennifer Roberts of the Department of Economics contributed to the development of the SF-6D (Short-Form Six-Dimension) health index designed for calculating Quality Adjusted Life Years (QALYs), which are used to estimate the cost-effectiveness of health interventions. (sheffield.ac.uk)
  • Objective analyses of cost-effectiveness are a crucial aid to decision making. (sheffield.ac.uk)
  • It enables the calculation of 'quality adjusted life years' (QALYs), which allow calculation of the cost-effectiveness of healthcare interventions given ever increasing demands on scarce resources. (sheffield.ac.uk)
  • Commercial benefits arise from licensing the SF-6D to pharmaceutical companies and other private sector users, to enable them to assess the cost effectiveness of their products. (sheffield.ac.uk)
  • Together, this tri-university coalition is working to enhance student success, offer technology solutions, improve general cost effectiveness and support best practices for resource allocation. (azregents.edu)
  • Artigo publicado pela 'Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation' analisa os métodos de custo e custo-efetividade dos programas de saúde. (bvs.br)
  • Many cost and cost-effectiveness studies include only the costs incurred at the point of delivery to beneficiaries, omitting those incurred at other levels of the system such as administration, media, training and overall management. (bvs.br)
  • The few studies that have measured them directly suggest that they can sometimes account for a substantial proportion of total costs, so that their omission can result in biased estimates of the resources needed to run a programme or the relative cost-effectiveness of different choices. (bvs.br)
  • The objective of this study was to evaluate the cost-effectiveness ratios and the economic burden of oral care in the public health service from both the service and the society's perspective. (bvsalud.org)
  • From the perspective of service, the best cost-effectiveness ratios were for emergencies in all specialties ($10.99 to $12.98), followed by prevention, operative dentistry, endodontics and prosthesis. (bvsalud.org)
  • From the perspective of society, the cost-effectiveness ratios for prevention in a clinical setting were unfavorable to be recommended for low-income populations. (bvsalud.org)
  • In addition, the gold market is sufficiently large for investors to make significant allocations to. (advisoranalyst.com)
  • Despite significant allocations earmarked for transit agencies, airports, and Amtrak in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, no funding has been specifically designated for capital projects. (ispionline.it)
  • While slower caseload growth helped to mitigate spending growth in FYs 2018 and 2019, higher costs for prescription drugs, long-term services and supports and behavioral health services, and policy decisions to implement targeted provider rate increases were cited as factors putting upward pressures on total Medicaid spending. (kff.org)
  • After receiving a 100% federal match rate for the expansion group for CYs 2014-2016, states began paying 5% of the costs of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansion group starting in January 2017 and 6% beginning in January 2018. (kff.org)
  • The declining federal match for the expansion group (which will continue to phase down to 90% by 2020) resulted in state Medicaid spending growth outpacing total spending growth (4.9% compared to 4.2%) in FY 2018, the first full state fiscal year that states were required to pay a share of expansion costs. (kff.org)
  • The SF-6D contributes to a more efficient allocation of scarce health care resources. (sheffield.ac.uk)
  • Context: The allocation of scarce health care resources requires a knowledge of disease costs. (cdc.gov)
  • On behalf of the state's 57 counties, the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) today called on the State Legislature to pass a chapter amendment to the 2016-17 State Budget that would require the state to pay the costs with mandated district attorney pay increase. (nysac.org)
  • The raise will cost each county approximately $30,000.00 in funds not allocated from their 2016 county budgets - a cost of approximately 1/3 of their total allowable property tax cap growth for all government operations in 2016. (nysac.org)
  • Brazil) and to identify factors that led to cost increases during the year of 2016 using the absorption in hospital administration method. (bvsalud.org)
  • Transplant patients showed the highest median costs, while pregnant women had the lowest median costs, 69.9% of the 8,702 hospitalized patients was above the mean cost of US$ 3,068 registered for 2016. (bvsalud.org)
  • When you add cost allocation tags to your resources in Amazon ElastiCache, you can track costs by grouping expenses on your invoices by resource tag values. (amazon.com)
  • An ElastiCache cost allocation tag is a key-value pair that you define and associate with an ElastiCache resource. (amazon.com)
  • indicating that the resource is assigned to the 10010 cost center. (amazon.com)
  • Joint cost-effective resource allocation is proposed between MCC and C-RAN and simulation results confirm that the proposed cost minimization and resource allocation solution outperforms nonoptimal solutions. (northumbria.ac.uk)
  • Resource allocation problems play a key role in many applications, including traffic networks, telecommunication networks, and economics. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • An important question in all these applications is the degree of suboptimality caused by selfish resource allocation. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • We consider the worst-case efficiency of cost sharing methods in resource allocation games in terms of the ratio of the minimum guaranteed surplus of a Nash equilibrium and the maximal surplus. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • Harks, T & Miller, K 2011, ' The Worst-Case Efficiency of Cost Sharing Methods in Resource Allocation Games ', Operations Research , vol. 59, no. 6, pp. 1491-1503. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • No need to weight community health programmes for resource allocation? (who.int)
  • On any plausible account of the basis for health care resource prioritization, the benefits and costs of different alternative resource uses are relevant considerations in the prioritization process. (biomedcentral.com)
  • This paper addresses two related issues in assessing benefits and costs for health resource prioritization. (biomedcentral.com)
  • On any plausible account of the basis for health care resource prioritization, the benefits (less the harms, though for simplicity I shall often simply refer to the benefits in what follows) and costs of different alternative resource uses are relevant considerations in the prioritization process. (biomedcentral.com)
  • It is not, however, easy to come up with a good euphemism for rationing, though "setting limits" and "resource allocation" are the common code words. (trevorloudon.com)
  • Visit HowCollegesSpendMoney.com to learn more about financial resource allocation at North Greenville University. (whatwilltheylearn.com)
  • By creating scheduling rules that dictate your needs for shift coverage, you can use automated scheduling to generate new schedules that optimize your resource allocation and take your employees' availability and scheduling preferences into account. (journyx.com)
  • Journyx's advanced employee scheduling software makes resource allocation automatic and easy, so your business can stay ahead of schedule. (journyx.com)
  • The inclusion of a tax has much the same affect as an increase in any resource price or the cost of production, technically termed a decrease in supply. (amosweb.com)
  • This measure is the sum of years burden of disease rankings for resource allocation could lead to misguided priority setting if applied without caution lost due to premature death and years lost due to disabili- in HAT-affected countries. (cdc.gov)
  • West African HAT, resource allocation ( 8 ). (cdc.gov)
  • These countries lack the basic infrastructure to collect information on what is being done at the various levels of their health systems, with consequent adverse impacts on planning, quality and resource allocation, essential to health system development and improved health. (who.int)
  • Before using the data streams optimizer and cache allocation tools on the same system, pay close attention to the information here and repeated throughout the documentation to avoid possible technical and performance issues. (intel.com)
  • The cache allocation library uses software SRAM technology and needs either the real-time configuration manager (RTCM) or a hypervisor that supports software SRAM. (intel.com)
  • The cache interference is found to play a critical role in optimizing cache allocation among concurrent threads for shared cache. (umd.edu)
  • Proling and analysis of Oracle algorithm lead to the proposal of probabilistic replacement (PR), a novel cache allocation policy. (umd.edu)
  • The corporation's authorizing law imposes a budget allocation formula that divides the appropriation as indicated in the chart. (current.org)
  • In the exhibit to the right the market equilibrium intersection of the demand curve (D) and supply curve (S) generates an efficient allocation of resources -- assuming no market control , no external costs or benefits, and perfect information. (amosweb.com)
  • You must nonetheless cover these company-wide overhead costs with profitable sales, which requires that revenues exceed all costs. (chron.com)
  • The reason to allocate overhead costs to cost objects is to figure each object's contribution to or drain upon company profits. (chron.com)
  • The direct method allocates administrative overhead costs to inventory items and is a component of cost of goods sold. (chron.com)
  • Management is keen to produce only the types and amounts of inventory that are profitable, or at least do not lose money, when the company assigns all direct and overhead costs to each item. (chron.com)
  • The advantages of the direct method are that it provides reasonably useful information about product costs and that it allows management to assign overhead costs using simple procedures. (chron.com)
  • In the direct method, companies fully allocate overhead from service departments to inventory, even though there might be cross-costs between service departments. (chron.com)
  • Instead, you sum the overhead costs of each production department and prorate the inter-departmental costs shared by the service departments to the overhead costs assigned to each production department. (chron.com)
  • In the direct method, you must reallocate this 10 percent overhead cost away from the IT department on a prorated basis. (chron.com)
  • The direct allocation method is reasonably simple to perform, though it is easier to charge off all indirect overhead as departmental expenses without allocating to cost units. (chron.com)
  • The indirect allocation method is a more complex scheme in which you first reallocate service department overhead to service centers and then to cost units. (chron.com)
  • Notice that the first two steps, determining the pools of overhead costs and the allocation base, involved choices that management makes. (coursera.org)
  • Traditionally, manufacturing organizations that must allocate manufacturing overhead to products in compliance with financial accounting requirements, have used relatively simple allocation systems. (coursera.org)
  • Two common traditional choices are allocating overhead with a plantwide allocation rate, and then allocating overhead with a departmental allocation base. (coursera.org)
  • With a plantwide approach, you have just one cost pool that contains all the manufacturing overhead cost. (coursera.org)
  • All 26,000 in manufacturing overhead cost were placed into that one cost pool and allocated to the T-shirts based on direct labor costs. (coursera.org)
  • With a departmental approach, you have a cost pool for each department that contains all the overhead costs in that department. (coursera.org)
  • And overhead in each department is allocated separately, but again, using a relatively simply allocation base. (coursera.org)
  • For companies that have more than one department in which overhead is consumed in different ways, this approach often leads to product costs that more accurately reflect the manufacturing process to make those products. (coursera.org)
  • In manufacturing, the overhead allocations have moved from plant-wide rates to departmental rates, from direct labor hours to machine hours to activity-based costing. (msrblog.com)
  • According to the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Uniform Guidance, there are only three types of costs - Indirect, Indirect-Admin (Overhead) and Direct. (msrblog.com)
  • In addition, he ruled that the EPA's revised methodology for calculating indirect, or overhead, costs is appropriate and that those costs may be recovered from W.R. Grace. (cdc.gov)
  • All costs were included, such as overhead, capital and operational costs. (bvsalud.org)
  • However, because of differences in both costs and benefits between developed and less developed regions, a clear cost and benefit allocation mechanism must be established first. (bvsalud.org)
  • In this paper , one of the regions renowned for collaborative governance -the Yangtze River Delta region-is used as example, and a cost -benefit allocation mechanism is constructed that incorporates members' fairness concerns. (bvsalud.org)
  • Offering systematic theoretical analyses of various compelling allocation rules in cases of fixed network structures as well as discussions of network design problems, the book covers such topics as tree-structured distribution systems, routing games, organizational hierarchies, the "price of anarchy," mechanism design, and efficient implementation. (socialcapitalgateway.org)
  • In this post, I show you how to add tags to an existing Amazon DocumentDB cluster, enable cost allocation tagging in your AWS Billing and Cost Management dashboard, and analyze your costs for a given tag in AWS Cost Explorer . (amazon.com)
  • Analyze your costs for the tag you created. (amazon.com)
  • Choose the cluster that you want to analyze with cost allocation tags. (amazon.com)
  • Track, account, and analyze precise usage and spend, and align revenues with costs to see how you can increase margins and profits. (newvem.com)
  • This comment will then analyze the four basic approaches to allocation of notice costs in view of these policy considerations and judicial attitudes. (hofstra.edu)
  • Analyze cost base and allocable amounts through visualizations and perform scenario analysis by varying calculation parameters. (aibidia.com)
  • Rockwell Automation said it intends to use the XPORTA solution to more accurately calculate the total cost of ownership (TCO) of materials purchased internationally and to analyze alternative sourcing decision scenarios that will provide the lowest cost to the company. (sdcexec.com)
  • Track and compare your expenditures and allocation basis by fiscal year. (ecivis.com)
  • All grant funds are dependent on the allocation authorized by the Illinois General Assembly each state fiscal year. (highland.edu)
  • The Statewide Cost Allocation Plan (SWCAP) identifies and allocates costs the state incurs for "central services" provided by specific agencies or cost centers to other state agencies. (ks.gov)
  • OMB A-87 guidelines also require the preparation of formal GAAP-based financial statements for Section II (direct billed) cost centers. (ks.gov)
  • Internal Business Views - See cost centers, business units, P&L structures within your organization and the actual consumption of the associated cloud infrastructure. (newvem.com)
  • My primary sources were injury, disease, employment, and inflation data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as costs data from the National Council on Compensation Insurance and the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project. (cdc.gov)
  • The assignment, to each of several particular cost-centers, of an equitable proportion of the costs of activities that serve all of them. (bvsalud.org)
  • Because Kubernetes is complex and teams lack visibility into spend, Fairwinds has spent significant time enhancing cost features within our Kubernetes governance software, Insights. (fairwinds.com)
  • The enhancements to Fairwinds Insights allow platform engineering managers to use actual cloud spend and workload usage to understand historical costs incurred across multiple clusters, aggregations, and custom time periods. (fairwinds.com)
  • Unlike traditional cost allocation solutions, Fairwinds Insights includes policy enforcement capabilities so Platform Engineers can automate metadata standards needed for cost allocation. (fairwinds.com)
  • A third-party multi cloud cost management solution is needed to get fast insights into all this cloud data. (c-facts.com)
  • With the allocation of your cloud cost comes also the insights of non-allocated cloud costs . (c-facts.com)
  • Cost pool is the account head in which costs are accumulated for further assignment to cost objects. (msrblog.com)
  • Moreover, an efficient algorithm is used to solve the problem of power assignment for fixed bandwidth allocation when one user is in the full reuse region and one in the partial reuse region. (tuwien.ac.at)
  • It's important to make good choices about cost pools and about allocation bases, because the estimated product or service cost that result from those choices in the cost system we will design, will be used in making management decisions. (coursera.org)
  • Efforts have been made over the years to improve the bases for allocation. (msrblog.com)
  • So we need good cost estimates to do that. (coursera.org)
  • For threatened species, estimates of cost for recovery efforts are not part of the planning process. (rcinet.ca)
  • Estimates from hypothetical reserve portfolios of selected emerging market economies over the period 1999-2007 suggest that the reduction in financial costs from holding riskier assets would generally have been small relative to GDP. (bis.org)
  • This article provides estimates of the national costs of occupational injury and illness among civilians in the United States for 2007. (cdc.gov)
  • Methods: This study provides estimates of both the incidence of fatal and nonfatal injuries and nonfatal illnesses and the prevalence of fatal diseases as well as both medical and indirect (productivity) costs. (cdc.gov)
  • My secondary sources were the National Academy of Social Insurance, literature estimates of Attributable Fractions (AF) of diseases with occupational components, and national estimates for all health care costs. (cdc.gov)
  • The number of fatal and nonfatal illnesses was estimated at more than 53,000 and nearly 427,000, respectively, with cost estimates of $46 billion and $12 billion. (cdc.gov)
  • The cost to WHO estimates that current HAT control activities each household was equivalent to 5 months' income for reach only 10% of persons at risk. (cdc.gov)
  • Basing cost estimates on a single price observation runs the risk that the results are based on an outlier observation rather than the typical costs of the input. (bvs.br)
  • Although the subject of this post is Amazon DocumentDB, you can use cost allocation tags to organize your costs across multiple services. (amazon.com)
  • Use cost allocation tags to organize your AWS bill to reflect your own cost structure. (amazon.com)
  • Then, to see the cost of combined resources, organize your billing information according to resources with the same tag key values. (amazon.com)
  • For example, you can tag several resources with a specific application name, and then organize your billing information to see the total cost of that application across several services. (amazon.com)
  • Organize inventory processes and track a variety of financial data points and types all with one convenient cost allocation process. (mercurygate.com)
  • By allocating your cloud cost you organize your cost by business entities so you can manage these costs. (c-facts.com)
  • By using multiple accounts instead of one account you can already organize your costs to certain business entities. (c-facts.com)
  • The purpose is to organize your costs, so you need to make sure you determine a thought-out tagging policy . (c-facts.com)
  • For example, in city logistics a route planning model is commonly used, including data describing the infrastructure, customers, vehicle and cost data, as well as a description of transport-related policy measures (restrictions and incentives) applied in the city. (liu.se)
  • A strong allocation process makes it easier for financial managers to streamline and better utilize financial data from procurement through final mile, using an existing ERP or a financial system of choice to understand and augment the financial health of your business. (mercurygate.com)
  • Avoid the hassle of manual GL coding and allocation in managing your ledger with automated system controls and integrated resources that seamlessly share data via API and EDI connections. (mercurygate.com)
  • With the right technology solution, companies can leverage TMS data to reduce the time and cost spent on transporting goods while increasing the visibility of their supply chain. (mercurygate.com)
  • Obtain the requisite knowledge of issues surrounding "cost shifting" and the sharing of costs required to locate and retrieve data. (elawexchange.com)
  • Argue that the costs of accessing deleted or residual data should be borne by the requesting party since it is "not reasonably accessible. (elawexchange.com)
  • Quickly import your cost data and Excel spreadsheets all into one system. (ecivis.com)
  • Load cost data onto the platform via extracts, RPA or API connectors at your desired frequency. (aibidia.com)
  • Your cost allocations will be flexibly generated automatically from large data sets​. (aibidia.com)
  • A centralized data warehouse for your cost allocation data, including background allocations, which can be revisited in tax audit cases on top of the regular invoicing​. (aibidia.com)
  • Collect your data in a centralized or decentralized way and obtain a data warehouse for your cost allocation calculations. (aibidia.com)
  • presentation of data from our own cost-plus model on integrating health promotion and ergonomics. (cdc.gov)
  • Here, we will be looking at the advanced scheduling features your business can use to build flexible schedules in minutes, see scheduling data in real-time, and improve labor efficiency to reduce costs and grow your bottom line-all while integrating seamlessly with your Journyx time and attendance solution. (journyx.com)
  • The provider said the access is combined with an optimization engine that completes global sourcing cost modeling and "what if" scenarios from a layman-friendly interface to pinpoint the lowest total-cost allocation of spend among all plants and suppliers depending on current cost data. (sdcexec.com)
  • Taken together, our data show a moral cost of lying that is not fixed but instead context-dependent. (springer.com)
  • Cost data also guides decisions about the most appropriate mix of interventions in different settings, in view of the increasing, but still limited, resources available to improve health. (bvs.br)
  • The total cost of leaving no one behind in health, education and social protection across the 75 countries for which we have data is an annual average of $739 billion. (bvsalud.org)
  • Tags enable you to categorize your AWS resources in different ways (for example, by purpose, owner, or environment), and you can use tags for cost allocation, access control, and automation. (amazon.com)
  • We recommend that you use a consistent set of tag keys to make it easier to track costs associated with your resources. (amazon.com)
  • Cost allocation tags are applied to ElastiCache resources which are specified in CLI and API operations as an ARN. (amazon.com)
  • It shows your CFO the exact cost of resources to support what the business counts as important. (newvem.com)
  • You can use an existing AWS filter or AWS tagging to slice and dice your resources to determine which are billable and allocate costs accordingly. (newvem.com)
  • In most applications, the allocation of resources is determined by a finite number of independent players, each optimizing an individual objective function. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • Therefore, spending must be monitored to avoid wasting resources, especially in a market where cost saving measures are increasingly important. (fairwinds.com)
  • 3. In operative paragraph 4, the Director-General was requested to present a thorough evaluation of that model to the Fifty-seventh World Health Assembly in order to respond to continuing health needs and equitable allocation of WHO financial resources. (who.int)
  • Without cloud cost allocation you will lose money to resources that are not needed! (c-facts.com)
  • Allocation of costs starts with tagging fo the cloud resources within the cloud. (c-facts.com)
  • As a result of his work on the allocation of resources, he shared the 1975 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with Leonid Kantorovich . (factmonster.com)
  • This requires information on the costs of different types of health interventions and the resources needed to scale them up, either singly or in combinations. (bvs.br)
  • Uneétude descriptive, transversale portant sur les patientes traitées en radiothérapie à l'Hôpital Général de Douala pour cancer du col de l'utérus a été réalisée d'octobre 2020 à janvier 2021.Résultats. (bvsalud.org)
  • No Enterprise shall re-direct or pass through the cost of any allocation to the Housing Trust Fund or the Capital Magnet Fund required pursuant to section 1337(a) of the Safety and Soundness Act , 12 U.S.C. 4567(a) , through increased charges or fees, or decreased premiums, or in any other manner, to the originators of mortgages purchased or securitized by the Enterprise . (cornell.edu)
  • While most states reported financing the state share of expansion costs with general fund dollars, a number of states listed other sources of financing including new or increased provider taxes / fees or savings that accrue from the expansion. (kff.org)
  • Interestingly, the state also did not include a general fund allocation for the judges' salaries, forcing those raises to come out of the Judiciary budget. (nysac.org)
  • Again, it's straightforward to calculate the cost of the instance i.e. the cost of running Application A. (fairwinds.com)
  • Calculate your indirect cost rate on-demand and eliminate the hassle and high cost of outsourcing this service to produce only a single plan once a year. (ecivis.com)
  • The results were then used to calculate regional allocations (regional office and countries) for all six regional budgets. (who.int)
  • The National Department of Health 2019 fees schedule was used to calculate costs based on duration of ICU stay and number of haemodialysis sessions received.Results. (bvsalud.org)
  • Non-consequentialists do not reject the relevance of consequences of benefits and costs, but insist that other considerations, and in particular the distribution of benefits and costs, are morally important as well. (biomedcentral.com)
  • This is quite surprising, since cost should be one of the main considerations when planning to save a species. (rcinet.ca)
  • As Oracle Gold Partner we support you from the conception to the license and cost optimization. (timetoact.de)
  • The book's analysis of allocation problems includes such classic models from combinatorial optimization as the minimum cost spanning tree and the traveling salesman problem. (socialcapitalgateway.org)
  • XPORTA said its Global Sourcing Optimization engine combines algorithms that also incorporate the effects of inventory holding costs for in-transit goods, with discount schedules that allow for the impact of consolidated buying. (sdcexec.com)
  • Find award and allocation amounts for grantees by year, program, and state. (hudexchange.info)
  • Generate your amounts to be invoiced / cost allocations with a single click. (aibidia.com)
  • The cost allocation model is based on concepts from cooperative game theory, fulfilling certain fairness criteria. (liu.se)
  • Cost-benefit allocation of collaborative carbon emissions reduction considering fairness concerns-A case study of the Yangtze River Delta, China. (bvsalud.org)
  • Furthermore, under the cost -sharing scenario, in less developed regions, fairness concerns increase carbon emission efficiency and total carbon emissions. (bvsalud.org)
  • The guidelines found in OMB A-87 define the allowable and unallowable central service costs. (ks.gov)
  • Section I is the allocation of non-billed allowable indirect costs. (ks.gov)
  • Our main technical result is an upper bound on the efficiency loss that depends on the class of allowable cost functions and the class of allowable cost sharing methods. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • The NOPR issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission today on transmission planning and cost allocation is an important step forward in recognizing these changes in the generation mix. (eei.org)
  • EEI thanks the Commission, and we look forward to reviewing the NOPR and to continuing to work with them on these important issues related to transmission planning and cost allocation. (eei.org)
  • Null tags don't appear in Cost Explorer and AWS Budgets . (amazon.com)
  • Allocate™ is cost allocation software that allows you to develop and track budgets and indirect costs automatically. (ecivis.com)
  • Cost allocation models for collaborative transports describe how optimized costs and revenues are allocated among the participants of the system, and provide a basis for profitability calculations. (liu.se)
  • Some people describe the allocation as the spreading of cost, because of the arbitrary nature of the allocation. (msrblog.com)
  • The model includes the costs to be analyzed and describes opportunities and conditions for efficient collaboration between the participants. (liu.se)
  • Supply chains have been impacted by inflation and this has increased pressure on procurement teams to keep their costs low. (sdcexec.com)
  • Managing international reserves: how does diversification affect financial costs? (bis.org)
  • Further research is needed to study the cost and sustainability of lifestyle interventions. (cdc.gov)
  • Granular Business Views - Create groupings of activities and projects for cost and managerial accounting efforts to understand the actual costs of your business activities such as the cost to manufacture your products, projects, services, etc. (newvem.com)
  • He implored council chairmen to intensify efforts at increasing their Internally Generated Revenue in their respective Local Government to ameliorate any shortfall that may arise from the Federal Allocation, in order to provide more democratic dividends at the grassroots. (punchng.com)
  • The carbon emission efficiency , carbon reduction efforts, and total carbon emission amount are compared under two scenarios a cost -sharing scenario and a centralized decision -making scenario. (bvsalud.org)
  • The results indicate that, compared with the centralized decision -making scenario, the cost -sharing scenario achieved greater regional carbon reduction efforts, a higher carbon emission efficiency , and more total emissions. (bvsalud.org)
  • With such an approach your teams can manage their own cloud spend, because they see which cloud cost they make for their department/project or application. (c-facts.com)
  • By allocation of all your cloud costs and giving people the mandate to manage their own cloud spend, you have the base to maximize the business benefits of cloud computing . (c-facts.com)
  • You and your teams need to work on cost control of your cloud spend continuously. (c-facts.com)
  • Enable cost allocation tags in Billing and Cost Management. (amazon.com)
  • With proper allocation and management, it becomes much easier to see everything that affects payments and bottom-line returns on investments. (mercurygate.com)
  • The direct method serves the purpose of reminding production management that services like IT and maintenance are not "free" but rather are part of the costs of goods and services sold. (chron.com)
  • The proposed conceptual model deals with two areas - Cost Allocation and Planning for Management of Business Informatics. (inria.fr)
  • The SWCAP process falls under the federal guidelines contained in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-87 - Cost Principles for State, Local, and Tribal Governments. (ks.gov)
  • If your organization has adopted a FinOps model, where the finance team is working alongside DevOps and developers, many might even lack the know-how to diagnose the problems with Kubernetes cost management. (fairwinds.com)
  • By understanding the functional duties of employees, management is able to better control costs. (msrblog.com)
  • Cloud cost management is not a one-off. (c-facts.com)
  • C-Facts Management Control Center is specialized in Cloud Cost Management, has a business focus, is up-and-running in 2 days , and has excellent customer support . (c-facts.com)
  • The coursework provides candidates with advanced knowledge in asset management, allocation and selection, investment performance and strategies for retirees and small business owners, estate planning, income tax and benefits planning, and risk management and investment issues for high net worth clients. (ameripriseadvisors.com)
  • Application Performance Management (APM) combines the monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities of Cloud Logging and Cloud Monitoring with Cloud Trace and Cloud Profiler to help you reduce latency and cost so you can run more efficient applications. (google.com)
  • Compared to various existing cache management techniques, these two novel predictors deliver higher cache performance with higher prediction coverage and accuracy at moderate hardware cost. (umd.edu)
  • XPORTA Global Sourcing provides access to up-to-date international trade information, including fluctuating costs for different countries' taxes, duties, tariffs, security risk management and transportation. (sdcexec.com)
  • Newvem analyzes your cloud's cost and usage and offers powerful recommendations to optimize in line with business goals. (newvem.com)
  • An effective cost allocation methodology enables an organization to identify what services are being provided and what they cost, to allocate costs to business units, and to manage cost recovery. (msrblog.com)
  • This is the first time a federal district court has ruled on EPA's revised methodology for calculating indirect costs. (cdc.gov)
  • A three-day trial on the remaining issues in the case - including the adequacy of documentation of ATSDR's Libby-related costs and the validity of EPA's methodology for calculating indirect costs - was conducted in January 2003. (cdc.gov)
  • Commercial and technical consulting for greater visibility into cloud costs. (timetoact.de)
  • Now, you have to figure out how to tie your Cloud infrastructure with "the business" - not only to make it work for your organization but also to plan your budget and AWS cost allocation. (newvem.com)
  • Newvem Business Views allow you to measure costs , risks , and cloud assets as they apply to specific customers, business divisions, products, services, and any other group that you define. (newvem.com)
  • While cloud cost monitoring tools exist (and there is a big industry around it), these traditional tools do not recognize the multiple layers of Kubernetes, the dynamic environment and the nuances between workloads and nodes they are running on. (fairwinds.com)
  • Keep track of all your agency's indirect costs in one place, accessible at any time to anyone on your team through the cloud. (ecivis.com)
  • What is cloud cost allocation? (c-facts.com)
  • Cloud cost allocation is the process of organizing your cloud costs to business entities, so you can make the right business decisions . (c-facts.com)
  • Allocation for multi cloud environments can be more challenging . (c-facts.com)
  • So probably cloud costs that don't have an owner to manage these costs . (c-facts.com)
  • This is an exciting step for Leatherback, and we look forward to continuing to deliver on our mission to provide income generation and capital appreciation with less correlation to equity markets in a cost-effective ETF. (abc4.com)
  • After learning how to conduct cost-volume-profit analyses, we're ready to discuss cost allocation and the different types of systems we can use: traditional and activity-based. (coursera.org)
  • It can also be a cost motivator, giving managers incentives for making sure that costs are not accumulated carelessly. (msrblog.com)
  • DISCUSSION: Effective valuation of avoided costs is a necessary condition for redirecting allocations and incentives. (cdc.gov)
  • Citipower's cost allocation method (CAM) governs the manner in which Citipower is allowed to allocate costs to the distribution services that it provides. (aer.gov.au)
  • We estimate least-cost combinations of CWD-increasing measures in a spruce-dominated Swedish forest estate. (nowpublishers.com)
  • 1. In 1998, the World Health Assembly adopted resolution 51.31 (Annex 1) relating to Regular budget allocations to regions. (who.int)
  • Whatever one's particular account of morally justified standards for the prioritization of different health interventions, we must be able to measure those interventions' benefits and costs. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Second, should only the direct benefits, such as extending life or reducing disability, and direct costs, such as costs of medical personnel and supplies, of health interventions be counted, or should other indirect benefits and costs be counted as well? (biomedcentral.com)
  • HAT has a serious economic effect on households and con- expressed in disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) as pro- trol interventions are cost-effective, considering only global posed by Murray ( 5 , 6 ). (cdc.gov)
  • This post introduces you to cost allocation tags and how you can track the instance, storage, IOPS, and backup storage costs for your Amazon DocumentDB clusters. (amazon.com)
  • With cost allocation tags, you can perform fine-grained cost analysis at the cluster level. (amazon.com)
  • To use cost allocation tags, you must first provision an Amazon DocumentDB cluster. (amazon.com)
  • Cost allocation tags require that a tag has a non-null value. (amazon.com)
  • For more information, see Restrictions on AWS-Generated Cost Allocation Tags . (amazon.com)
  • You can also combine tags to track costs at a greater level of detail. (amazon.com)
  • For more information, see Use Cost Allocation Tags in the AWS Billing User Guide . (amazon.com)
  • You can add ElastiCache cost allocation tags to Redis nodes. (amazon.com)
  • These tags are shown on your cost allocation report. (c-facts.com)
  • The analysis thus shows that huge improvements in cost-efficiency of biodiversity-oriented forestry are possible. (nowpublishers.com)
  • 7. The Regional Committee is invited to review and comment on the document, "Regular Budget allocations to regions" as prepared by the HQ Secretariat. (who.int)
  • These detailed views enable the CFO to plan and justify AWS cost allocation. (newvem.com)
  • Explain how the use of this balanced scorecard would enable you to evaluate progress assess the impact of your proposed change and determine if the costs are justified in terms of the outcomes.Read a selection of your colleagues responses. (homeworkhandlers.com)
  • From clean toilets to working computers, your company incurs many costs that it cannot assign to one particular "cost object" -- a product, project, department or service. (chron.com)
  • You'll learn about cost behavior and cost allocation systems, how to conduct cost-volume-profit analysis, and how to determine if costs and benefits are relevant to your decisions. (coursera.org)
  • Speaking on the depreciation, the Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Hon. Ganiyu Hamzat, said the sharp drop in the month's allocation would not affect the statutory payments of the councils. (punchng.com)
  • Two cost components were taken into account: cost opportunity and depreciation. (bvsalud.org)
  • OMB A-87 establishes principles and standards for determining costs for Federal awards carried out through grants, cost reimbursement contracts and other agreements with the State. (ks.gov)
  • Supplementary state grants are provided primarily for the payment of additional labor costs for the federal weatherization program, and as an incentive for the increased production of weatherized units. (mn.gov)
  • Criteria for the allocation of state grants to local agencies include existing local agency production levels, emergency needs, and the potential for maintaining or increasing acceptable levels of production in the area. (mn.gov)
  • Further, given that physical diversifying exposures can crowd out allocations to growth assets, unfunded exposures should also be given serious consideration. (advisoranalyst.com)
  • As reserve accumulation has gathered pace in recent years, and as foreign exchange (FX) reserve holdings have risen far above conventional measures of reserve adequacy, a vigorous debate has begun as to whether part of the reserves should be invested in riskier assets to reduce their financial costs. (bis.org)
  • In a presentation to the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Mark LeBel explored key issues and best practices for cost allocation and rate design in today's power sector. (raponline.org)
  • By calculating an indirect cost rate on-demand, you can use it to negotiate for a better return on your grant funding. (ecivis.com)
  • Our indirect cost planning services don't just stop at helping you negotiate a new indirect cost rate agreement (NICRA). (ecivis.com)
  • In the case of the 45 middle-income countries (MICs), governments are generating enough public revenues to meet these costs: the challenge is their allocation. (bvsalud.org)
  • The allocation of costs between the services is required to accurately represent the costs incurred in providing those services. (aer.gov.au)
  • Health financing in the poor countries : cost recovery or cost reduction? (who.int)
  • By our extrapolation, gastroenteritis outbreaks likely cost the English National Health Service £115 (U.S.$ 184) million in 2002 to 2003. (cdc.gov)
  • 1. In 1998, the World Health Assembly adopted resolution 51.31 relating to Regular budget allocations to regions using a model which took into account certain country-specific criteria. (who.int)
  • The contributions of job-related injuries and illnesses to the overall cost of medical care and ill health are greater than generally assumed. (cdc.gov)
  • If a patient's health insurance does not cover, for example, transplants, and the patient receives a transplant, then the hospital may count the costs of the transplant as part of their uncompensated care costs. (manatt.com)
  • Brazzaville, Republic of Congo) and estimated the house- manent health facilities from January 1, 2001, through hold cost to be 58,000 CFA francs (US $100) ( 11 ). (cdc.gov)
  • Background: To improve healthcare access and mitigate healthcare costs for its population, Nigeria established a National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in 1999. (bvsalud.org)
  • Willing to share at my total cost, If in Florida - maybe can save on double shipping. (wineberserkers.com)
  • For example, to understand the total cost of the my-app namespace across the business, get a sum of the cost of that namespace in both the staging AND production clusters. (fairwinds.com)
  • We demonstrate the power of this bound by evaluating the worst-case efficiency loss for three well-known cost sharing methods: incremental cost sharing, marginal cost pricing, and average cost sharing. (maastrichtuniversity.nl)
  • In doing so, we examine whether the moral cost of lying varies when retaliating against unkind actions is financially beneficial for the self (selfish lies), as opposed to being costly (spiteful lies). (springer.com)
  • For selfish lies, individuals have a moral cost of lying. (springer.com)
  • Investors should also periodically rebalance their portfolios to maintain their strategic long-term allocations in the face of rapidly shifting markets. (schwab.com)
  • LBAY is designed to be an actively managed alternative yield strategy that provides a cost-effective, liquid, and potentially tax efficient means for investors to add a high-quality long/short allocation with targeted monthly distributions to their respective portfolios. (abc4.com)