Public or private organizations that provide, either directly or through arrangements with other organizations, home health services in the patient's home. (Hospital Administration Terminology, 2d ed)
Community health and NURSING SERVICES providing coordinated multiple services to the patient at the patient's homes. These home-care services are provided by a visiting nurse, home health agencies, HOSPITALS, or organized community groups using professional staff for care delivery. It differs from HOME NURSING which is provided by non-professionals.
Persons who assist ill, elderly, or disabled persons in the home, carrying out personal care and housekeeping tasks. (From Slee & Slee, Health Care Terms. 2d ed, p202)
Federal program, created by Public Law 89-97, Title XVIII-Health Insurance for the Aged, a 1965 amendment to the Social Security Act, that provides health insurance benefits to persons over the age of 65 and others eligible for Social Security benefits. It consists of two separate but coordinated programs: hospital insurance (MEDICARE PART A) and supplementary medical insurance (MEDICARE PART B). (Hospital Administration Terminology, AHA, 2d ed and A Discursive Dictionary of Health Care, US House of Representatives, 1976)
A system wherein reimbursement rates are set, for a given period of time, prior to the circumstances giving rise to actual reimbursement claims.
Those unable to leave home without exceptional effort and support; patients (in this condition) who are provided with or are eligible for home health services, including medical treatment and personal care. Persons are considered homebound even if they may be infrequently and briefly absent from home if these absences do not indicate an ability to receive health care in a professional's office or health care facility. (From Facts on File Dictionary of Health Care Management, 1988, p309)
The functions and activities carried out by the U.S. Postal Service, foreign postal services, and private postal services such as Federal Express.
Customer satisfaction or dissatisfaction with a benefit or service received.
Prospective patient listings for appointments or treatments.
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.
Absolute, comparative, or differential costs pertaining to services, institutions, resources, etc., or the analysis and study of these costs.
Community or individual involvement in the decision-making process.
The interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale, between different countries or between populations within the same country. It includes trade (the buying, selling, or exchanging of commodities, whether wholesale or retail) and business (the purchase and sale of goods to make a profit). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p411, p2005 & p283)
Activity involved in transfer of goods from producer to consumer or in the exchange of services.
Separation systems containing a relatively long-lived parent radionuclide which produces a short-lived daughter in its decay scheme. The daughter can be periodically extracted (milked) by means of an appropriate eluting agent.
Detailed account or statement or formal record of data resulting from empirical inquiry.
The chemical reactions involved in the production and utilization of various forms of energy in cells.
An evaluation procedure that focuses on how care is delivered, based on the premise that there are standards of performance for activities undertaken in delivering patient care, in which the specific actions taken, events occurring, and human interactions are compared with accepted standards.
Total number of calories taken in daily whether ingested or by parenteral routes.
The application of nutritional principles to regulation of the diet and feeding persons or groups of persons.
Fabric or other material used to cover the body.
Clothing designed to protect the individual against possible exposure to known hazards.
The surgical cutting of a bone. (Dorland, 28th ed)
Studies in which individuals or populations are followed to assess the outcome of exposures, procedures, or effects of a characteristic, e.g., occurrence of disease.
Facilities for the preparation and dispensing of drugs.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.
A repeat operation for the same condition in the same patient due to disease progression or recurrence, or as followup to failed previous surgery.
The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.
A procedure consisting of a sequence of algebraic formulas and/or logical steps to calculate or determine a given task.
A status with BODY WEIGHT that is above certain standard of acceptable or desirable weight. In the scale of BODY MASS INDEX, overweight is defined as having a BMI of 25.0-29.9 kg/m2. Overweight may or may not be due to increases in body fat (ADIPOSE TISSUE), hence overweight does not equal "over fat".
An indicator of body density as determined by the relationship of BODY WEIGHT to BODY HEIGHT. BMI=weight (kg)/height squared (m2). BMI correlates with body fat (ADIPOSE TISSUE). Their relationship varies with age and gender. For adults, BMI falls into these categories: below 18.5 (underweight); 18.5-24.9 (normal); 25.0-29.9 (overweight); 30.0 and above (obese). (National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
A status with BODY WEIGHT that is grossly above the acceptable or desirable weight, usually due to accumulation of excess FATS in the body. The standards may vary with age, sex, genetic or cultural background. In the BODY MASS INDEX, a BMI greater than 30.0 kg/m2 is considered obese, and a BMI greater than 40.0 kg/m2 is considered morbidly obese (MORBID OBESITY).
Costs which are directly identifiable with a particular service.
A method of comparing the cost of a program with its expected benefits in dollars (or other currency). The benefit-to-cost ratio is a measure of total return expected per unit of money spent. This analysis generally excludes consideration of factors that are not measured ultimately in economic terms. Cost effectiveness compares alternative ways to achieve a specific set of results.
The development of systems to prevent accidents, injuries, and other adverse occurrences in an institutional setting. The concept includes prevention or reduction of adverse events or incidents involving employees, patients, or facilities. Examples include plans to reduce injuries from falls or plans for fire safety to promote a safe institutional environment.
The process of accepting patients. The concept includes patients accepted for medical and nursing care in a hospital or other health care institution.
Reductions in all or any portion of the costs of providing goods or services. Savings may be incurred by the provider or the consumer.
The confinement of a patient in a hospital.
Freedom from exposure to danger and protection from the occurrence or risk of injury or loss. It suggests optimal precautions in the workplace, on the street, in the home, etc., and includes personal safety as well as the safety of property.
Transfer from pediatric to adult care.
The planning of the furnishings and decorations of an architectural interior.
Freedom of equipment from actual or potential hazards.
The degree to which individuals are inhibited or facilitated in their ability to gain entry to and to receive care and services from the health care system. Factors influencing this ability include geographic, architectural, transportational, and financial considerations, among others.
Health care programs or services designed to assist individuals in the planning of family size. Various methods of CONTRACEPTION can be used to control the number and timing of childbirths.
Antigen-type substances that produce immediate hypersensitivity (HYPERSENSITIVITY, IMMEDIATE).
SNARE binding proteins that facilitate the ATP hydrolysis-driven dissociation of the SNARE complex. They are required for the binding of N-ETHYLMALEIMIDE-SENSITIVE PROTEIN (NSF) to the SNARE complex which also stimulates the ATPASE activity of NSF. They are unrelated structurally to SNAP-25 PROTEIN.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
Any enterprise centered on the processing, assembly, production, or marketing of a line of products, services, commodities, or merchandise, in a particular field often named after its principal product. Examples include the automobile, fishing, music, publishing, insurance, and textile industries.
Medical tests taken by couples planning to be married in order to determine presence of genetic and contagious diseases.
A school of thought and set of moral, ethical, and political teachings usually considered to be founded by Confucius in 6th-5th century B.C. China. (from Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, 1995)
A heterogeneous group of disorders characterized by HYPERGLYCEMIA and GLUCOSE INTOLERANCE.
The process whereby a society changes from a rural to an urban way of life. It refers also to the gradual increase in the proportion of people living in urban areas.
A subtype of DIABETES MELLITUS that is characterized by INSULIN deficiency. It is manifested by the sudden onset of severe HYPERGLYCEMIA, rapid progression to DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS, and DEATH unless treated with insulin. The disease may occur at any age, but is most common in childhood or adolescence.

The cost of a general practitioner in the national health service. (1/132)

This paper estimates the cost to the National Health Service of decisions made by a trainee general practitioner during two consecutive weeks. By extrapolation of the cost of these actions (issuing prescriptions, issuing National Insurance certificates, requesting investigations, and initiating hospital referrals), the annual cost of a general practitioner in the National Health Service is at least pound43,000.  (+info)

Follow-up of breast cancer in primary care vs specialist care: results of an economic evaluation. (2/132)

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)

Diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for nonmetastatic breast cancer in Canada, and their associated costs. (3/132)

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)

Direct costs of coronary artery bypass grafting in patients aged 65 years or more and those under age 65. (4/132)

BACKGROUND: Over the past 20 years, there have been marked increases in rates of coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) among older people in Canada. The objectives of this study were to accurately estimate the direct medical costs of CABG in older patients (age 65 years or more) and to compare CABG costs for this age group with those for patients less than 65 years of age. METHODS: Direct medical costs were estimated from a sample of 205 older and 202 younger patients with triple-vessel or left main coronary artery disease who underwent isolated CABG at The Toronto Hospital, a tertiary care university-affiliated hospital, between Apr. 1, 1991, and Mar. 31, 1992. Costs are expressed in 1992 Canadian dollars from a third-party payer perspective. RESULTS: The mean costs of CABG in older and younger patients respectively were $16,500 and $15,600 for elective, uncomplicated cases, $23,200 and $19,200 for nonelective, uncomplicated cases, $29,200 and $20,300 for elective, complicated cases, and $33,600 and $23,700 for nonelective, complicated cases. Age remained a significant determinant of costs after adjustment for severity of heart disease and for comorbidity. Between 59% and 91% of the cost difference between older and younger patients was accounted for by higher intensive care unit and ward costs. INTERPRETATION: CABG was more costly in older people, especially in complicated cases, even after an attempt to adjust for severity of disease and comorbidity. Future studies should attempt to identify modifiable factors that contribute to longer intensive care and ward stays for older patients.  (+info)

Screening for breast cancer: time, travel, and out-of-pocket expenses. (5/132)

BACKGROUND: We estimated the personal costs to women found to have a breast problem (either breast cancer or benign breast disease) in terms of time spent, miles traveled, and cash payments made for detection, diagnosis, initial treatment, and follow-up. METHODS: We analyzed data from personal interviews with 465 women from four communities in Florida. These women were randomly selected from those with a recent breast biopsy (within 6-8 months) that indicated either breast cancer (208 women) or benign breast disease (257 women). One community was the site of a multifaceted intervention to promote breast screening, and the other three communities were comparison sites for evaluation of that intervention. All P values are two-sided. RESULTS: In comparison with time spent and travel distance for women with benign breast disease (13 hours away from home and 56 miles traveled), time spent and travel distance were statistically significantly higher (P<.001) for treatment and follow-up of women with breast cancer (89 hours and 369 miles). Personal financial costs for treatment of women with breast cancer were also statistically significantly higher (breast cancer = $604; benign breast disease = $76; P < .001) but were statistically significantly lower for detection and diagnosis (breast cancer = $170; benign breast disease = $310; P < .001). Among women with breast cancer, time spent for treatment was statistically significantly lower (P = .013) when their breast cancer was detected by screening (68.9 hours) than when it was detected because of symptoms (84.2 hours). Personal cash payments for detection, diagnosis, and treatment were statistically significantly lower among women whose breast problems were detected by screening than among women whose breast problems were detected because of symptoms (screening detected = $453; symptom detected = $749; P = .045). CONCLUSION: There are substantial personal costs for women who are found to have a breast problem, whether the costs are associated with problems identified through screening or because of symptoms.  (+info)

The direct health care costs of obesity in the United States. (6/132)

OBJECTIVES: Recent estimates suggest that obesity accounts for 5.7% of US total direct health care costs, but these estimates have not accounted for the increased death rate among obese people. This article examines whether the estimated direct health care costs attributable to obesity are offset by the increased mortality rate among obese individuals. METHODS: Data on death rates, relative risks of death with obesity, and health care costs at different ages were used to estimate direct health care costs of obesity from 20 to 85 years of age with and without accounting for increased death rates associated with obesity. Sensitivity analyses used different values of relative risk of death, given obesity, and allowed the relative costs due to obesity per unit of time to vary with age. RESULTS: Direct health care costs from 20 to 85 years of age were estimated to be approximately 25% lower when differential mortality was taken into account. Sensitivity analyses suggested that direct health care costs of obesity are unlikely to exceed 4.32% or to be lower than 0.89%. CONCLUSIONS: Increased mortality among obese people should be accounted for in order not to overestimate health care costs.  (+info)

An overview of cancer economics. Based on a presentation by C. Daniel Mullins, PhD. (7/132)

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has estimated that the aggregate outlay for cancer, including research and direct medical costs, was about $104 billion in 1996. Treatment expenditures for the 3 leading types of cancer--breast, lung, and prostate--total $16 billion a year, with breast cancer alone accounting for $6 billion. Early detection is key to reducing the cost of breast cancer because the costs per patient are higher for those who die than for those who survive and the cost effectiveness of detection and treatment are inseparable. Likewise, screening can be cost effective but only if options exist for treatment. Lack of access to care for financial and other reasons continues to be a major impediment to early detection.  (+info)

Payer cost savings with endometrial ablation therapy. (8/132)

CONTEXT: Dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB) is a significant cost burden for payers in the US healthcare system because hysterectomy, the common curative treatment, is associated with high hospitalization costs. OBJECTIVE: To determine the potential economic benefit to payers of endometrial ablation as an alternate treatment for the benign DUB disorder. STUDY DESIGN: A retrospective analysis of healthcare claims including the total direct costs to the payer (reimbursement) and patient (copayment). The study was designed to capture all DUB-related claims costs for the entire episode of care from initial diagnosis through follow-up care for 12 months postprocedure. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Twenty-four months of claims data from premenopausal women aged 25 to 50 years enrolled in a large managed care organization were screened based on relevant diagnostic and procedural codes. Incidence and costs of hysterectomy and ablation were determined, and potential payer savings were calculated based on hypothetical hysterectomy-to-ablation conversion rates of 25% to 50%. RESULTS: By performing ablation in lieu of hysterectomy for DUB, an average per-case savings of approximately $4,300 is possible. Potential annual payer savings are approximately $515,000 and $1.03 million for a 1-million-member plan, based on the 25% and 50% conversion rates, respectively. The recently approved uterine balloon therapy ablation technique could be instrumental in overcoming current barriers to wider utilization of ablation surgery. CONCLUSION: If ablation is used in lieu of hysterectomy when medically appropriate, a payer organization could reduce the cost of treating patients with DUB who are not responsive to drug therapy or dilation and curettage alone. Our data suggest that hysterectomy is the most common surgical therapy for this disorder, even though the less invasive endometrial ablation approach is more consistent with accepted DUB treatment guidelines. Payers therefore have an economic incentive to adopt guidelines and reimbursement policies that promote ablation therapy for DUB.  (+info)

Results are reported of a prospective study, carried out by the Mass Radiography Service of the North-West Metropolitan Region for the purpose of evaluating early lung cancer detection by six-monthly chest radiographs. The lung cancer experience of a test group of 29,723 men aged 40 and over who were offered six-monthly chest radiographs over a period of three years is compared with a similarly constituted control group of 25,311 men who were radiographed only at the beginning and the end of the study. In the test group 29,416 men (98·9%) and in the control group 25,044 men (99%) were followed up. The methods employed to achieve this result are analysed. The six-monthly surveys of the test group yielded 65 cases of lung cancer, giving an annual incidence and detection rate of 0·9 per thousand examined. Of these cases 65% were resected. Of all cases of lung cancer in the test group, irrespective of their source of detection, 43·6% were operable, compared with 29% in the control group. The ...
In many courts of law, the human capital approach derived from labour economics is used to quantify damages incurred by natural persons based on lost income. However, this does not always take the full social cost of the injury into account. It can be argued that a persons life is not only determined by the salary earned throughout the persons lifetime (which then raises the question of what the persons lifetime would actually have been had the damage sustained not been sustained), but also through other activities that bring about enjoyment such as walking, seeing and being able to participate in recreational activities that might have been foreclosed following the maiming of the individual concerned. This means that the human capital approach to quantifying damages may not be optimal in approximating the true extent of damages and other techniques such as hedonic damages, contingency valuation, travel cost, averting behaviour and cost of illness may have to be resorted to. A technique used ...
The majority of participants stated that patient factors influenced their follow-up practices, except two GPs who asserted that they would not change their follow-up intervals because of patient factors. These factors included the patients age; general health (including cancer-related anxiety) and co-morbidities (including immunosuppression and mobility); previous skin cancer and family history of skin cancers; general skin health; the histology (size, type, aggressiveness, stage) and excision margin of the skin cancer.. These factors often led to more frequent follow-up visits with patients; for example, when factoring previous skin cancers into follow-up intervals, one GP stated:. … someone who grows cancers all the time and every time you see them theyve got three more new ones, Ill see them at three-monthly intervals then I have them on six-monthly checks forever. If its a simple excision, first skin cancer and theyve had a skin check, then Ill probably see them six-monthly, and then ...
We enrolled 1,088 valid patients, 62.0% male, aged 19-90 (median=60) years: 31.8% had hepatitis C, 20.4% cirrhosis, 20.3% hepatitis B, 11.9% had liver transplantation (LT), 7.8% hepatic carcinoma (HCC), 7.8% had other hepatic diseases (cholestasis, NASH, etc.). Overall, mean direct cost was 664.77€/patient-month. Hospitalizations contributed to the 50.6% of direct costs; treatment contributed 41.2% of costs; outpatient accesses contributed 2.7% and non medical costs contributed to 5.5% of direct costs. Patients and their family caregivers lost 1.15 days/patient-month of productivity. Both direct and indirect costs were on average lower in patients with hepatitis (258 €/patient-month and 0.5days/patient-month), increased in patients with cirrhosis (494€/patient-month and 1.73days/patient-month) and HCC (1224€/patient-month and 1.75days/patient-month) and among patients undergoing LT (2629€/patient-month and 2.99days/patient-month). As regards HRQoL, 23.8% of patients reported problems ...
An applicant may be deemed to be neither partially nor substantially comparable to an Australian-trained specialist, in which case they will need to obtain the AMC Certificate and then apply to enter the colleges specialist training program in order to proceed to fellowship of the College. If deemed partially comparable an applicant is required to complete a minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 24 months of prospectively approved supervised training before being eligible to apply for fellowship. During this time, they must satisfactorily complete the College Membership Written and Oral Examinations, two in-hospital clinical assessments and the colleges Communication Skills Workshop. They must work closely with an approved training supervisor, submit three-monthly and six-monthly assessment reports and, finally, be certified as having satisfied demonstrated a list of competencies that are drawn from the RANZCOG Curriculum ...
Lenacapavir is active at multiple stages of the viral life cycle, including early uncoating (where it is most potent) but also later during core assembly and maturation phases. It has higher potency than other small molecule HIV drugs with activity in a picomolar range (mean EC50 0.05 nM: range 0.02 to 0.15) and in many cell types. As a drug in a new class, it remains sensitive to drug resistant HIV from all other classes. The binding site is conserved across all HIV-1 sub-types and slow metabolic clearance with single subcutaneous injection at doses of 30 mg to 450 mg produces systemic exposure for ,6 months.. ...
So last week I had my six-monthly visit to the optician to check all is well with my eyes and my contact lens prescription. My glasses have been mostly relegated to indoor wear in recent years as they are so old, bent and generally awful. I had been avoiding the expense of new ones for ages but when I recently suffered a bout of conjunctivitis and had to reveal my specs to the world, I was so embarrassed by them that I did begin to think it might be time for a new pair. My optician was also horrified by the outdated prescription Id been wearing and I was persuaded a little more when he showed me what I could have. When I discovered that my branch of Black and Lizars has become an outlet for bargain designer frames the purchase finally became a no-brainer ...
ASEAN Journal of Psychiatry is an online peer-reviewed six-monthly publication, which has been reaching its readers regularly since 2007 through its open access online publication
Purchase from Mindray includes comprehensive clinical training by Mindrays specialists. Additionally, technical remote support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at no charge.. Our dedicated field service team and in-house technical support organization represent one of the largest direct service teams in the industry. Individually and collectively they are committed to enhancing patient care while protecting your investment.. ...
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Eventbrite - Childrens Health Council - Professional Development presents Effective Inclusion of Multiculturalism into Direct Services, Supervision and Clinical Practice - Friday, March 29, 2013 at Childrens Health Council. Find event and ticket information.
CURE foundation (Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy) (PI: Elliott Sherr, UCSF). Predictors of Neurodevelopmental and Epilepsy outcomes in cryptogenic Infantile Spasms. Goal: To identify clinical, electrographic, and genetic predictors of developmental and seizure outcomes in EPGP, the largest assembled cohort in the world with cryptogenic infantile spasms.. Role: Co-Investigator. Supplement to NIH/NINDS NS053998 (PI: Daniel L. Lowenstein, Subcontract PI: Melodie R. Winawer). Centralization of The Epilepsy Phenome/Genome Project (EPGP) Cohort. Total Direct Costs: $150,000 (one year). Goal: To centralize contact information and PHI at Columbia University for this large cohort of epilepsy participants with banked DNA to undergo sequencing via the EPI4K center without walls project.. Role: Subcontract Principal Investigator. Supplement to NIH/NINDS R01NS061991 (PI: Winawer). 3/1/13-6/30/13. Genetics of Mouse Seizure Susceptibility. Total Direct Costs: $27,699. Goal: Cryopreservation of ...
Report all people with disabilities who received services (people with and without a CSR) during the report year that were reported under III A. People with Disabilities ( PWD ). While an unduplicated count is provided for each of the five disability categories (A., B., C, D. and F.), the disability data can reflect more than one disability category selection of A. through D. by a consumer, which would also be reported under category F. For example, a consumer who selects both orthopedic and blindness would be reported under B. Physical, D. Sensory, and F. Multiple Disabilities. Reporting unknowns is not an option under categories A. through D. The Disability category must be recorded in order to document the establishment of a CSR. For the reporting of disability data , people without a CSR are individuals who received the service of Information and Referral ( I&R ) and the center obtained disability information for these consumers. When a center does not obtain disability information for an ...
Community Benefit Department Strategy Map. Mission : Improve healthcare for low-income families and individuals in the community. Community. Low Income Families & Individuals. Areas served by Intermountain Healthcare. Community Partners Nonprofit, Business & Government. Slideshow 5642398 by elisha
We describe the immediate- and longer-term direct medical costs of care for individuals diagnosed with HIV at CD4 counts <350/mm|sup|3|/sup| (
OBJECTIVE: To assess the relative impacts of three physician-delivered smoking interventions in combination with follow-up contact from behavioral counselors. DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial with pre- post measures of smoking rates. This paper reports six-month outcome data. SETTING: Participants were recruited from among patients seen by 196 medical and family practice residents in five primary care clinics. PARTICIPANTS: Participants were 1,286 patients out of 1,946 eligible smokers approached. The patient group was 57% female and 91% white, had an average age of 35 years, and smoked, on average, slightly over one pack per day. INTERVENTION: Physicians were trained to provide each of three interventions: advice only, brief patient-centered counseling, and counseling plus prescription of nicotine-containing gum (Nicorette). Half the patients received follow-up in the form of telephone counseling at three-monthly intervals from behavioral counselors. MEASUREMENTS AND MAIN RESULTS: Changes in smoking
On the whole, the High Courts order, is indicative of further progress of the Narmada project affected families, by extending the rights and privileges of R&R to all categories, beyond reservoir-affected and upholding the great value and importance of environmental measures, including command area development as pre-conditional to any work such as land acquisition and excavation of the canals, along with the principle of minimizing displacement, while planning of a development project. The case has been disposed with a direction to the Narmada Control Authority to submit three-monthly reports on implementation of all the social and environmental measures related to the Project by GoMP and NVDA. ...
GnRHas are derived from native GnRH but contain modifications that result in increased potency and a longer half-life. They were initially approved for the treatment of prostate cancer. After a study showing that treatment with a GnRHa slowed growth velocity and bone age advancement and increased predicted final height in children with CPP [53], the monthly version Lupron Depot was approved by the FDA in 1993. This long-acting GnRHa in the form of monthly intramuscular leuprolide acetate was prescribed almost exclusively for the treatment of CPP in the U.S. for many years. Three-monthly depot preparations, also administered via intramuscular injection, have also been used to treat CPP, particularly in Europe [54]. Several studies as well as a meta-analysis have suggested that the degree of biochemical suppression achieved with 3-monthly dosing is consistently less than that seen with monthly GnRHa administration [54-57]. However, the clinical response to treatment appears to be similar based on ...
The total direct and indirect cost of CVD and stroke in the United States for 2008 is estimated at $448.5 billion. This figure includes health expenditures (direct costs, which include…
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) have a considerable impact on the health of adolescents and young adults in the United States. In 2000, an estimated nine million cases of STDs occurred among persons aged 15-24.1 In addition, STDs impose a substantial economic burden: The direct cost of STDs, including HIV, among all age-groups was estimated to be $9.3-15.5 billion in the United States in the mid-1990s, adjusted to year 2000 dollars.2
Here, the MACs seem to sometimes take a position CMS doesnt pay for overhead and subtract it out as a line item in costs provided. Well, if you dont pay for overhead, then overhead has to be baked into the direct costs. If you have $100 direct cost A, $100 direct cost B, $100 direct cost C, and $200 overhead, the correct CMS price may be $500. If you say no overhead is paid separately, then that only makes sense if overhead is already baked into the listed build up of direct prices, which arent really direct prices anymore ...
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Your veterinarian will be able to advise you of the frequency that your pet should be examined, but most recommend either annual or six-monthly visits.
Regular vaccinations and examinations will help keep your pet healthy and happy. Your veterinarian will be able to advise you of the frequency that your pet should be examined, but most recommend either annual or six-monthly visits. This is because pets age an average of 7 times faster than humans and so by the time they reach 6/7 years old they are considered middle-aged. Larger breeds of dogs are often considered to be seniors by the time they reach 8 ...
Regular vaccinations and examinations will help keep your pet healthy and happy. Your veterinarian will be able to advise you of the frequency that your pet should be examined, but most recommend either annual or six-monthly visits. This is because pets age an average of 7 times faster than humans and so by the time they reach 6/7 years old they are considered middle-aged. Larger breeds of dogs are often considered to be seniors by the time they reach 8 ...
New data from Mydentist has revealed that one in five parents in East Anglia have never taken their child to a dentist, despite advice from dentists urging parents to take children for six-monthly check-ups from an early age. The research suggests that rates of avoiding the dentist among parents in the region are the highest […]. ...
The IDD community is such a tiny percentage of our state population and the families and/or direct service workers have very little time to devote to calling or writing their elected representatives and/or DHHS/DMA/DMHDDSAS with their concerns and fears. I have an email list of 200 +/- families and some of them forward my emails to other contacts. Please believe me when I tell you that families are just being disregarded. LMEs, provider agencies, traditional IDD advocacy groups ... they all are simply looking to preserve their business models and are negotiating away everything that the IDD families I know are working to preserve. Please dont misunderstand me. The IDD families I know do not like the current CAP-MR/DD Waiver(s) and the goofy tiers idea. We never did. The IDD families that I know completely understand the dire budget situation and are willing to accept our fair share of rate reductions as a way to reduce the costs of serving the IDD population. But the NC Innovations ...
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Location: Spartanburg. Spartanburg Service Area: Union, Cherokee, Spartanburg and Laurens Counties. Employment Type: Full-time, 40hrs per week. Shift: Day, plus weekend rotation. Position Summary. The registered nurse (RN) plans, organizes and directs hospice care and is experienced in nursing, with emphasis on community health education/experience. The professional nurse builds from the resources of the community to plan and direct services to meet the needs of individual and families within their homes and communities.. Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities. ...
The official site of the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America. News, resources, and programs that provide support and direct services to people with MS and their families. MSAAs mission is to enrich the quality of life for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis.
The official site of the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America. News, resources, and programs that provide support and direct services to people with MS and their families. MSAAs mission is to enrich the quality of life for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis.
With over two decades of experience, Break the Cycle is the only organization in the country with the unique combination of tangible direct service experience and the skills and knowledge to provide high-level training on the issue of dating violence policy, intervention and prevention.
Over a lifetime, direct medical costs for an obese 10-year-old will be nearly $20,000 higher than those of slimmer peers, according to new research.
Learn more about Dr. Michael Shank and other family practitioners in Media, PA. See treatments provided, insurance accepted, and more.
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Governments across the globe are looking to develop the most effective solutions for tackling the serious challenge that obesity now presents. Looking at the UK, it is estimated that the direct costs to the National Health Service of treating obesity is £6 billion.
WADDL reserves the right to send specimens to outside referral laboratories to perform testing not done at WADDL. Samples sent for analysis to outside labs are billed for any additional direct costs incurred plus a Handling fee (includes postage) of $20.00 ...
deglr6328 writes The long beleaguered experimental magnetic confinement fusion reactor ITER is currently in what some are calling the worst crisis of its 25 year history. Still existing only on the paper of thousands of proposed design documents, the latest cost estimates for the superconducting be...
deglr6328 writes The long beleaguered experimental magnetic confinement fusion reactor ITER is currently in what some are calling the worst crisis of its 25 year history. Still existing only on the paper of thousands of proposed design documents, the latest cost estimates for the superconducting be...
In 2002, the US Federal Highway Administration released a study titled Corrosion Costs and Preventive Strategies in the United States on the direct costs associated with metallic corrosion in the US industry. In 1998, the total annual direct cost of corrosion in the U.S. was ca. $276 billion (ca. 3.2% of the US gross domestic product).[8] Broken down into five specific industries, the economic losses are $22.6 billion in infrastructure; $17.6 billion in production and manufacturing; $29.7 billion in transportation; $20.1 billion in government; and $47.9 billion in utilities.[9] Rust is one of the most common causes of bridge accidents. As rust has a much higher volume than the originating mass of iron, its build-up can also cause failure by forcing apart adjacent parts. It was the cause of the collapse of the Mianus river bridge in 1983, when the bearings rusted internally and pushed one corner of the road slab off its support. Three drivers on the roadway at the time died as the slab fell ...
For my own purposes, I decided to boil it down to three factors: size, CEO compensation and organizational efficiency. Again, there are many ways to determine the latter, though having spent more than a dozen years in the nonprofit fundraising profession myself, the one that people tend to be most interested in is efficiency. The easiest way to measure this is to break out what percentage of the charitys budget goes toward indirect, or administrative costs (like the CEO, fundraising, and other administrative staff), compared with the amount committed to direct services.. To be clear, direct services doesnt refer to money or goods given directly to those in need. Generally, it includes all staff and organization costs related to those direct services. So whereas a Vice President or a financial officer would be an indirect expense, a case manager or nurse - along with direct assistance, meals and housing - would be lumped together as direct expenses. ...
This study aims to analyse the non-linear relationship between Body Mass Index (BMI) and direct health care costs, and to quantify the resulting cost fraction attributable to obesity in Germany. Five cross-sectional surveys of cohort studies in southern Germany were pooled, resulting in data of 6757 individuals (31-96 years old). Self-reported information on health care utilisation was used to estimate direct health care costs for the year 2011. The relationship between measured BMI and annual costs was analysed using generalised additive models, and the cost fraction attributable to obesity was calculated. We found a non-linear association of BMI and health care costs with a continuously increasing slope for increasing BMI without any clear threshold. Under the consideration of the non-linear BMI-cost relationship, a shift in the BMI distribution so that the BMI of each individual is lowered by one point is associated with a 2.1% reduction of mean direct costs in the population. If obesity was
The costs of productivity loss because of a chronic disease were 4 times as great as the direct medical costs of a chronic condition.
Healthcare Georgia Foundation firmly believes that high-performing organizations delivering effective programs will achieve better health outcomes for clients, consumers, patients, and communities. In alignment with the Foundations new Strategic Plan which addresses achieving health equity for all, the 2019 Direct Services Grant Program will focus on Preventing and Managing Chronic Diseases, included in our Promoting Health and Preventing Disease impact area. The 2019 Direct Services Grant Program will support new or existing best practice or promising approaches programs that address high burden and costly chronic diseases and underlying risk factors that have proven evidence-based interventions, including Asthma; Cardiovascular Disease (Heart Disease and Stroke), and Diabetes.. ...
The message boards can fit nearly every bill. You can ask simple questions and have them answered quickly, or can have ongoing discussions over time -- be that hours, days, weeks or even months -- either with staff and volunteers, peer users, or both. Longer or more complex topics are best for the message boards rather than for our chat or text services. Message board posts are public, so if youre not comfortable having your questions or conversations be seen and kept public, even when your name and no identifying information is in them, you should not post on the boards.. Our boards are strongly moderated by staff and volunteers, but our community is truly so excellent that more times than not, theres little for us to moderate because our users are so great to one another, all by themselves. The boards are an anonymous service so long as you follow our guidelines about privacy, like picking a username you do not use anywhere else and does not personally identify you in any way, and do not ...
In light of this evidence, it is important to emphasize earlier diagnosis of HIV infection to prevent the complications to hospitalizations and higher associated costs. The cost of HAART accounted for 60% of the total direct costs. However, it should be recognized that HAART can offer financial returns to society, as many HIV-infected people of working age experienced improvements in their general health after HAART and became economically productive [4,6,18]. Our previous study conducted in the early HAART era demonstrated. that, at the population level, HAART produced a saving in direct in-patient costs, which appeared to be limited in time, because of the increase in the cost of antiretroviral drugs since the year 2000 selleck chemicals llc [19]. Thus, it seems important to identify strategies to reduce the costs of HAART. The main contribution of this paper is to place the HIV epidemic in a general context, but the analysis has some limitations. First, it is not a cost-effectiveness analysis ...
A total of sixty-four patients were examined: 32 were head and neck irradiated and 32 were general clinic patients without any systemic pathology. We determined the clinical/radiological DMFS index and measured the salivary flow and pH in stimulated whole saliva at the outset of the study and after three years of three-monthly applications of a 1% chlorhexidine and thymol containing varnish (Cervitec), and self-administered high-concentration fluoride. At the start and end of the study the DMFS scores of this group of patients were compared with those of the control group.. Results: ...
Funding for BioWatch, an early warning system to detect deadly pathogens in 30 U.S. cities, may be in jeopardy after cost estimates surged to $5.7 billion, six times the initial assessment....
A bill awaiting Missouri Gov. Jay Nixons approval would require hospitals to disclose cost estimates to patients within three business days. State Sen.
This is the accessible text file for GAO report number GAO-10-199 entitled Department Of Energy: Actions Needed to Develop High-Quality Cost Estimates for Construction and Environmental Cleanup Projects which was released on January 14, 2010. This text file was formatted by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) to be accessible to users with visual impairments, as part of a longer term project to improve GAO products accessibility. Every attempt has been made to maintain the structural and data integrity of the original printed product. Accessibility features, such as text descriptions of tables, consecutively numbered footnotes placed at the end of the file, and the text of agency comment letters, are provided but may not exactly duplicate the presentation or format of the printed version. The portable document format (PDF) file is an exact electronic replica of the printed version. We welcome your feedback. Please E-mail your comments regarding the contents or accessibility ...
Therefore, it is proposed we conduct a longitudinal study of the epidemiology of low risk and high risk HPV infection and related low grade and high grade anal cancers in HIV negative and HIV positive homosexual men who are 35 years or older. Participants are asked questions about recent experiences of anal intercourse in the last six months.. At baseline, all men (both HIV positive and HIV negative)will undergo a behavioural questionnaire, and anal swabs which will be tested for HPV and cytology. An HRA will also be performed on all men. Blood will be collected for HIV testing for HIV negative participants, syphilis and storage. Participants will be followed up for three years with one six-monthly visit in the first year then annually. A 6th study visit to discuss all study results will take place 2-3 months after the 5th study visit. A behavioural questionnaire, an anal swab, and HRA will be administered at all follow up interviews. ...
Therefore, it is proposed we conduct a longitudinal study of the epidemiology of low risk and high risk HPV infection and related low grade and high grade anal cancers in HIV negative and HIV positive homosexual men who are 35 years or older. Participants are asked questions about recent experiences of anal intercourse in the last six months.. At baseline, all men (both HIV positive and HIV negative)will undergo a behavioural questionnaire, and anal swabs which will be tested for HPV and cytology. An HRA will also be performed on all men. Blood will be collected for HIV testing for HIV negative participants, syphilis and storage. Participants will be followed up for three years with one six-monthly visit in the first year then annually. A 6th study visit to discuss all study results will take place 2-3 months after the 5th study visit. A behavioural questionnaire, an anal swab, and HRA will be administered at all follow up interviews. ...
Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a nonprofit public health institute that builds healthier communities through partnerships with government, foundations, businesses and community-based organizations. It fulfills its mission to improve the health of the community by providing outreach, health promotion, education, research, planning, technical assistance, and direct services.
Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a nonprofit public health institute that builds healthier communities through partnerships with government, foundations, businesses and community-based organizations. It fulfills its mission to improve the health of the community by providing outreach, health promotion, education, research, planning, technical assistance, and direct services.
The Alliance for Positive Health provides a continuum of direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS and their family members. We also offer care management to people with other chronic illnesses who are enrolled in Medicaid as well as prevention programs that offer effective, innovative solutions that make a significant impact on reducing new HIV infections. About AFPH. ...
2015 has been quite a year!. We have had several exciting successes this year, as we continued to provide daily direct services to our community. Our classes and events have received record attendance, our farmers markets finished the year strong, and we continue to advance our Zero Waste goals. We succeeded in passing legislation in Sacramento (AB 1321) that will help low income shoppers get access to fresh healthy foods, and we have expanded Market Match, our healthy food incentives program, across the state! None of this would have been possible without support from individual members and donors.. We are making strides on clean, local, renewable energy that has been highlighted from here to Paris. We hosted 11 events and created a video to build drought-savvy resilience and knowledge in our community, offering solutions for a future with an uncertain climate.. ...
The Prevention, Testing and Linkage work group is largely composed of providers from community-based organizations (i.e. Glide Foundation, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Shanti) who offer direct services such as syringe access, HIV/HCV community-based testing, HCV navigation, etc. Its our largest work group with probably about 40 active members, and an average of 30-40 members at each monthly meeting. The filmmaker is expected to use the monthly meetings to check in and bounce ideas off the group, which will function in an advisory capacity for the project. Probably about 45 minutes to an hour of each monthly meeting could be spent discussing the project, but the filmmaker will be encouraged to meet with group members individually and in smaller groups as scheduling permits. This group has access to the target population and will help identify interview subjects, spaces to film, etc., as well as being directly involved in the activities arranged between filmmaker and clients. ...
Scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students attending the University of Utah full-time, majoring in Gerontology. Applicants must have interest, commitment, and promise for a career in gerontology and direct service or field placement in that field. Due date, number of awards and amount varies.. ...
A Teacher Assistant is someone (no matter the job title) who provides instructional or other direct services related to the schools curriculum to students (and/or their parents/legal guardian) under the supervision and direction of the classroom teacher or other appropriately certified professional staff.
ObjectiveTo determine the time spent and income lost by patients and their households for seekingtuberculosis diagnosis and treatment in Bauchi State-Niger
Schizophrenia Fascinated and confounded healers for centuries One of most severe mental illnesses 1/3 of population 2.5% of direct costs of total budget $46 billion in indirect costs
Downloadable ! Author(s): Jorn-Steffen Pischke. 1996 Abstract: Using data from the German Socio Economic Panel, I describe the incidence, attributes, and outcomes of continuous training received by workers in Germany between 1986 and 1989. Further training is primarily a white collar phenomenon, is concentrated among the more highly educated, and in the service sector and in public administration. Much of this training seems to be general and provided to workers by their employers at no direct cost. On the other hand, the training also does not seem to result in large short-run wage gains, especially for men. These results are somewhat at odds with the conventional models about the financing of human capital formation.
Downloadable! Using data from the German Socio Economic Panel, I describe the incidence, attributes, and outcomes of continuous training received by workers in Germany between 1986 and 1989. Further training is primarily a white collar phenomenon, is concentrated among the more highly educated, and in the service sector and in public administration. Much of this training seems to be general and provided to workers by their employers at no direct cost. On the other hand, the training also does not seem to result in large short-run wage gains, especially for men. These results are somewhat at odds with the conventional models about the financing of human capital formation.
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... cost-saving programs; targeted publications; networking opportunities; and many other industry-directed services. https://www. ... AHMA serves the hardlines industry in many ways, including cost savings and educational programs. The association provides ...
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The allowed for faster and direct services to the capital. The electrification cost 17 million kroner. Services were ... With increasing cost estimates, Parliament decided to reduce the standard on the Eastern Line. The line was approved with 59 ... Regular trains on the Eastern Østfold Line consist of an hourly service from Mysen to Ski and onward via the Østfold Line to ... Passenger services between Rakkestad and Sarpsborg were terminated on 15 June 2003. A triangular track was installed at ...
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It will augment telecommunication, Direct-to-Home and radio navigation services. Cost of launch and insurance: about ₹860 Crore ... to GSAT-10 to augment the capacity of transponders to provide more bandwidth for Direct-to-Home television and VSAT services. ...
The project would allow direct service from Montclair Heights station to New York Penn Station. In early September 2002, New ... The total cost would be $882,741 (1997 USD). Construction of the current station finished in 1998. On August 13, 1999, ... Montclair Heights station services trains on the Montclair-Boonton Line, with services to New York City's Penn Station and ... A Montclair State University shuttle service, Route A, stops at Montclair Heights station seven days a week. Railroad service ...
In 2006, the alternatives were refined to incorporate direct, one-seat ride, service to New York Penn Station. Ridership, cost ... the rail alternatives were refined to incorporate direct, one-seat ride, service to New York Penn Station. Ridership, cost and ... Service would continue north to Newark Penn Station (with connecting or continuing service to Hoboken Terminal or New York Penn ... NJT reserves the right to reinstitute rail service. According to the Sierra Club, should NJT opt to restore service it would be ...
12 October 1990: Direct service onto Aizu-Tajima Station on Aizu Railway Aizu Line begins. 18 March 2006: The nickname Hot Spa ... And, it costs 380 yen to reserve the seats on Aizu-Kinugawa Line. But, there is in a case of passengers don't have to pursue ... And, it costs 320 yen to reserve the seats. Passengers must give your seats to other passengers who have Express Ticket without ...
However, in July 2011 a similar vehicle started a tourist cruise service running direct from Schiphol airport to the Amsterdam ... Each Amfibus costs £700,000. Propulsion in the water is by water jets. The Amfibus is capable of 60 mph (97 km/h) on land and 8 ... "Small boat chosen to take over Renfrew ferry service". BBC News. 19 March 2010. Retrieved 5 June 2010. CS1 maint: discouraged ... Retrieved 15 June 2020.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Nicholl, Vivienne (20 March 2010). "Renfrew Ferry service saved ...
WACS EASSy SEACOM "Brics Cable Unveiled for Direct and Cohesive Communications Services between Brazil, Russia, India, China ... "Brazil-Europe Internet cable to cost $185 million". The Brics Post. 2014-02-13. Stacia Lee (January 8, 2016). "International ... "BRICS Cable unveiled for direct and cohesive communications services between Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa". ...
This service is called Intercity Direct, until 2013 Fyra. Although a more intensive service was planned initially, this is not ... This costs €2.40 (one-way). Domestic tickets cannot be used on the international Thalys trains where reservations are mandatory ... At approximately the same time, Eurostar also announced proposals to run services direct to Amsterdam, which would use its ... On the domestic Intercity Direct services (running from Amsterdam to Schiphol, Rotterdam and Breda) all regular Nederlandse ...
The end-stage renal disease program is an example of a service that increases the total cost of health care, and reduces the ... Direct-to-consumer marketing by pharmaceutical companies also drives up costs. According to Time, Betsy McCaughey said that ... Fee-for-service payments, physician directed pharmaceutical marketing, and medical malpractice laws and the resultant defensive ... Each CHP would decide which services would be covered as basic, and which services would not be covered. Emanuel said that ...
In addition, its unique feature of a non-transfer service direct from suburban streets to the city centre made it more ... The cost was included in the original $98 million budget. Modified MAN SG280s and SL202s were later purchased. With the ... Bus services from this interchange connect to areas as far away as Elizabeth and service the Golden Grove area. It has 700 car ... The average service speed including stops is about 60 km/h (35 mph). On entering interchanges the O-Bahn ends and the speed ...
The economic principle behind HDHPs is 'cost-sharing', a "method of financing health care that require some direct payments for ... The services are not complex. The need for the services is not urgent. A diagnosis has already been made. Bundled prices are ... High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP). In: Services. USCfMM, ed. Baltimore, MD2017. "Snapshots: The Prevalence and Cost of ... The number of people enrolled in HDHPs is increasing, but this is likely due to the rising cost of health care and cost- ...
... was other indirect costs such as direct program services, aides and home modifications and the bringing-forward of funeral ... It is difficult to directly compare the cost and cost-effectiveness of interventions to prevent cerebral palsy or the cost of ... " Self Directed Services". Medicaid. Archived from the original on 19 June 2017. Retrieved 19 June 2017. "NIRAMAYA ... of the costs. The average lifetime cost for people with CP in the US is $US921,000 per individual, including lost income. In ...
Direct mail is classified as messages sent directly to consumers through the mail delivery service. One of the more 'dated' ... this means that to cut their costs and increase the number of recipients simultaneously to maximize the low cost effect. For ... Disadvantages are that it promotes a poor brand image - junk mail and that it has a high cost to contact ratio. When an ... Popular and obvious examples of IMC put into action are the likes of direct marketing to the consumer that the organization ...
As direct-dial toll-free service declined in cost, Zenith numbers nearly disappeared; telephone companies in most service areas ... A similar service in the United Kingdom, in which callers asked operators for "Freephone (name or number)", had no direct-dial ... and a Zenith number cost $6 a month plus about $1.50 per call, and an FX number cost $50 a month, until the Zenith number ... The service preceded the system of toll-free telephone numbers with area code 800 in the United States. Introduced in the 1930s ...
... and that monthly cost of membership in a health care sharing ministry is generally lower than the cost of insurance rates. The ... In addition, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issues exemption letters to ministries that have met the criteria ... "Proposed regulations address direct primary care arrangements and health care sharing ministry memberships , Internal Revenue ... Other health cost-sharing organizations are more secular. For example, Sedera Health asks their members to "live a healthy ...
The Montrose Center offers services that are more directed towards community building and general recreation, rather than ... The renovation to add the café cost the center $25,000. The café serves healthy snacks and drinks, and, according to the center ... It has services available in both English and Spanish. In 2011, the Montrose Center was part of a report issued by the National ... One such service is through the Equal Grounds café, which is a small coffee shop at the entrance of the building. ...
BNFL's nuclear waste transfer companies, Direct Rail Services and International Nuclear Services, were also both transferred to ... The NDA then opened up the decommissioning of the different sites to tender to drive down costs. BNFL became one of a number of ... BNG Project Services, BNG's specialist nuclear consulting business, was sold in January 2008 to VT Group, which was itself ... In January 2003 the research and development arm of BNFL was relaunched as Nuclear Sciences and Technology Services (NSTS). ...
... with operating costs at £2.9 million pa; additional direct revenue from a bi-hourly service was estimated £0.257 million per ... By 1895 the service had increased to six trains per day each way, of which all but one were stopping services; by 1910 the ... In 1855 the basic service was still three trains per day with the stopping service taking 75 minutes. Yapham Gate was a ... and the present value of benefits of the scheme are estimated at greater than the total value of the costs with a Benefit Cost ...
Journeys take 35 minutes, and tickets cost 300 roubles (750 roubles for business class). The service is operated by Aeroexpress ... a direct service from Savyolovsky station to a new railway station near Sheremetyevo Terminal 2 was inaugurated. ... "Aeroexpress services and the tariffs". Archived from the original on 2010-07-03. "Train Takes Stress Out of Sheremetyevo". 2008 ... The station was inaugurated in a silver-trowel ceremony in spring 1902, an event which had direct consequences for the nearby ...
The cost involved causes money to be re-directed from other County Council services. There are penalties for use by the ... The halting site has an individual bay for each family unit with a full range of services provided in a small structure on each ... The funds for this particular programme are received direct from the Department of Local Government. This is done so as to ... The conclusion was drawn that sites that are smaller than ten bays can create difficulties in the provision of onsite services ...
Care work is a term that stands for tasks done in the service of others, and it does not have any direct economic payoff. Nancy ... It has opportunity costs because a person who performs care work is potentially sacrificing paid work. The monetary value of ... or otherwise needy The final stage of production of many goods and services The organization of savings and investment ... care work is often weighted by its replacement cost. The unpaid work that makes up the core sphere of the economy creates ...
... which offered direct rail service to Cincinnati. The L&N required a transfer in Winchester. The Louisville & Nashville ended ... By the latter 1950s passenger traffic and high overhead costs lead the tenant railroads to abandon the station. The Louisville ... its last remaining passenger service from the station, its Lexington-Winchester-Hazard (shortened from its earlier Lexington- ...
At the same time direct services to the capital were reintroduced. The station became unmanned from 17 March 1969. Skotbu ... The platform was moved 50 meters (160 ft) west and was lengthened to 220 meters (720 ft). This cost 17.7 million Norwegian ... Despite the low population, the train service has been retained as there is no other public transit for the village, and it ... Situated 34.09 kilometers (21.18 mi) from Oslo Central Station (Oslo S), it is served hourly by the L22 service of the ...
Direct costs run in the hundreds of thousands of pesos, with millions more in city services. All of this is coordinated by a ... A documentary about the event called "Iztapalapa, memoria y tradición" was directed by Francisco Alatriste Torres of the ... "Mexican Passion play draws hundreds of thousands: MEXICO HOLY". EFE News Service. Madrid. April 7, 2012. "Semana Santa en ... William Booth (April 12, 2009). "Passion Comes Amid Suffering". Washington Post Foreign Service. Washington DC. Retrieved ...
The competition in sea transportation increased and MOL began a direct container service between the Far East and the west ... MOL made great efforts to curtail costs, and simultaneously increased the size and number of container ships. Containerization ... extending the service to IPI (Interior Point Intermodal) service in 1980. Around the time that the MLB service started, the ... MOL invested huge capital to consolidate these services and to establish a service network in the United States. As a ...
Since 2006 North Dorset District Council has reduced its direct service provision via a system of decentralised community ... the aim of the partnership is to reduce costs of management and buildings. At the bottom tier of local government Blandford is ... outpatient and community rehabilitation services, palliative care, community mental health services and physiotherapy. ... The town's economy is based on a mix of the service sector and light industry, and provides employment for about 4,000 people. ...
To be sure this program is implemented, some labels will direct users of the pesticides to bulletins with specific information ... Implement usage limitations when the Fish and Wildlife service express a potential adverse effect on a particular species based ... and environmental costs as well as benefits into consideration and (2) any dietary risk that could be the result of a pesticide ... When concerns of the listed species aren't avoidable, they consult with the Fish and Wildlife Services scientist ...
In the 1980s, the cost of building an LNG liquefaction plant cost $350/tpa (tonne per annum). In the 2000s, it was $200/tpa. In ... In 2014, Shell ordered a dedicated LNG bunker vessel.[64] It is planned to go into service in Rotterdam in the summer of 2017[ ... "Development of the High-Pressure Direct-Injection ISX G Natural Gas Engine" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 March ... However, recently the cost of building liquefaction and regasification terminals doubled due to increased cost of materials and ...
Graduates who have entered other branches of the service have had more direct roles in Iraq. Aaron Seesan, a 2003 graduate and ... The report recommended halving the federal subsidy and requiring students to pay half of tuition to reduce costs.[5] Congress, ... Graduates who choose military service must serve at least five years in the active duty force of their respective service. ... Unlike the nation's other Federal Service Academies, graduates of USMMA are required to fulfill their service obligation on ...
"Complementary cancer care service". *^ Cassileth, B.R. (1996). "Alternative and complementary cancer ... Sobel, D.S. (2000). "Chapter 28: The Cost-effectiveness of Mind-body Medicine Interventions". In Mayer, E.A.; Saper, C.B. (eds ... Use verifiable electromagnetic fields, such as pulsed fields, alternating-current, or direct-current fields in an ... National Health Service in England (NHS), UK Dept. of Health. Archived from the original on 2013-04-03. Retrieved 2013-03-11.. ...
The cost of homeowner's insurance often depends on what it would cost to replace the house and which additional endorsements or ... The need for standardization grew so great that a private company based in Jersey City, New Jersey, Insurance Services Office, ... Insurance is adjusted to reflect the cost of replacement, usually upon application of an inflation factor or a cost index. ... complex replacement cost calculations (which may not reflect the true cost to replace), and reductions in wind damage coverage. ...
National Park Service. January 23, 2007.. *^ "Graceland". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. ... Before his death, two of Presley's albums made direct reference to Graceland: the 1974 release Elvis Recorded Live on Stage in ... Graceland itself cost $500,000 a year in upkeep, and expenses had dwindled Elvis' and Priscilla's daughter Lisa Marie's ... "National Park Service. Retrieved January 19, 2020.. With accompanying 41 photos *^ a b c Flippo, Chet (1993). Graceland: Living ...
In England, the NHS reference cost (2015-2016) for an adult outpatient PET scan is £798, and £242 for direct access services.[ ... CostEdit. This section needs to be updated. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. ... Because of cost as well as the marginal utility of detecting cancer metastases in companion animals (the primary use of this ... One of the disadvantages of PET scanners is their operating cost.[3] A similar imaging process to PET is single-photon emission ...
Direct Service) Program to schools throughout the United States for the reimbursement of costs associated with the services ... "U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. April 2005.. *^ "Fee for Service (Direct Service) Program". ... Because the service level costs vary depending on the care and needs of the enrolled, a cost per person average is only a rough ... There are many services that can fall under Medicaid and some states support more services than other states. The most provided ...
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Military service[edit]. Royal Navy[edit]. The Royal Household announced in November 1978 that Prince Andrew would join the ... Andrew is direct and to the point, and his methods seem to work." [38] ... "Duke of York costs taxpayers £15m". The Daily Telegraph. London. Retrieved 8 March 2011 ... "Educate School Services Ltd. 7 July 2015. Retrieved 26 May 2018.. *^ "York graduate awarded Duke of York Young Entrepreneur ...
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  • Our objective is to assess the direct and indirect costs of MS from a societal perspective, in patients monitored in our MS Unit (Baix Llobregat, Catalonia) and grouped according to their disability (EDSS). (
  • Data from the questionnaires, hospital charts, Catalan Health Service tariffs, and figures from Catalan Institute of Statistics were used to calculate the direct and indirect costs. (
  • The cost-of-illness method, and the human capital approach for indirect costs, were applied. (
  • Indirect costs were assessed in terms of the loss of productivity when patients stop working. (
  • Indirect or overhead costs. (
  • taking into consideration both direct and indirect costs. (
  • Market failures or situations in which consumption, investment, and production decisions made by individuals or firms result in indirect costs i.e. have an effect on parties external to the transaction are one of the most common reasons for government intervention. (
  • In economics, these indirect costs which lead to inefficiencies in the market and result in a difference between the private costs and the social costs are called externalities. (
  • Steelmaking results in indirect costs as a result of emission of pollutants, lower air quality, etc. (
  • For example, these indirect costs might include the health of a homeowner near the production unit and higher healthcare costs which have not been factored into the free market price and quantity. (
  • 4. Health Economics, burden and indirect costs of mental disorders - This section highlights the social and economic burden caused by mental illness under societal perspective focusing on stigma, unemployment, indirect costs in the workplace (absenteeism and presenteeism), the relationship between poverty and mental disorders, global health and social determinants of mental health and on the costs of mental disorders (depression, anxiety, psychosis, alcohol and drug disorders). (
  • We present some instruments to measure indirect costs of mental disorders. (
  • NSF does not amend grants to provide additional funds for such purposes as reimbursement for unrecovered indirect costs resulting from the establishment of final negotiated rates or for increases in salaries, fringe benefits and other costs. (
  • Insomnia has significant direct and indirect health economic context. (
  • The indirect costs are absenteeism and loss of production. (
  • Children with medical complexity are relatively high cost and have better outcomes and lower costs when care coordination is successful. (
  • Abstract: Book compiles information on the costs and outcomes of community services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. (
  • Moreover, there is little evidence that increasing the costs of education results in better learning outcomes for students. (
  • The Frontier Centre for Public Policy has proposed increasing competition among public and private schools to reduce costs and improve learning outcomes. (
  • In practice, formidable conceptual and empirical issues confront even the simplest of cost-effectiveness analyses, particularly when unit costs vary with the level of output or when outcomes have multiple dimensions that must be considered. (
  • Last month , US Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar indicated that Medicaid may authorize hospitals to directly pay for housing, healthy food, or other needs that improve health outcomes. (
  • The scope, thoroughness, availability and reliability of data with which to assess process outcomes, cost effectiveness, services levels, and quality of services has yet to be systematically investigated, analyzed, and reported. (
  • In light of this, and no clinically significant differences in other outcomes, self monitoring of blood glucose is unlikely to be cost effective in addition to standardised usual care. (
  • The global Advanced Bipolar Direct Energy Device market is valued at xx million US$ in 2017 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2018-2025. (
  • In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Advanced Bipolar Direct Energy Device are as follows: History Year: 2013-2017 Base Year: 2017 Estimated Year: 2018 Forecast Year 2018 to 2025 For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2017 is considered as the base year. (
  • The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) reported in 2018 that the response rate for print mail surpassed that of all digital channels - and by a huge margin. (
  • We updated the RingCentral Terms of Service on October 30, 2018. (
  • These changes will be effective November 30, 2018, to customers who signed up for RingCentral service before November 30, 2018. (
  • In 2018, the direct sales segment had a significant market share, and this trend is expected to continue over the forecast period. (
  • Gustavson Corporation uses the direct method to allocate service department costs to. (
  • 6. Community Technical College desires to use Activity Based Costing to allocate its administrative. (
  • Based on use of resources driven by trial protocol, the incremental cost effectiveness of tight control compared with less tight control was cost saving. (
  • Based on use of resources in standard clinical practice, incremental cost per extra year free from end points amounted to £1049 (costs and effects discounted at 6% per year) and £434 (costs discounted at 6% per year and effects not discounted). (
  • The incremental cost per life year gained was £720 (costs and effects discounted at 6% per year) and £291 (costs discounted at 6% per year and effects not discounted). (
  • The annualized incremental costs were −€5039 per participant. (
  • Therefore, the mean incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) was estimated to be −€5039/0.15 = −€34,727 after rounding (US −$41,325) for an additional treatment response, indicating annual cost savings per treatment responder. (
  • Design Incremental cost utility analysis from a healthcare perspective. (
  • In this retrospective cohort analysis of all adults who were members of Kaiser Permanente, Northern California, between July 1995 and June 1996 (N = 2,076,303), the authors estimated the prevalence, average annual costs per person, and percentage of total direct medical expenditures attributable to each of 25 chronic and acute conditions. (
  • Expenditures under NSF cost reimbursement grants are governed by the Federal cost principles and must conform with NSF policies, grant special provisions and grantee internal policies. (
  • Key Stakeholders Advanced Bipolar Direct Energy Device Manufacturers Advanced Bipolar Direct Energy Device Distributors/Traders/Wholesalers Advanced Bipolar Direct Energy Device Subcomponent Manufacturers Industry Association Downstream Vendors Available Customizations With the given market data, QYResearch offers customizations according to the company's specific needs. (
  • Fedex Kinko's new direct mail services could receive a boost from the company's recently announced plans to open 300 smaller locations during the coming year. (
  • The company also closed out 2016 with a record $51 billion in client assets under management, a benchmark that goes hand-in-hand with Primerica's focus on service, according to the company's Chief Operating Officer, Gregory Pitts. (
  • Other services at and the company's sister site, , include a Free Reminder Service, a pictorial Glossary of Flowers, and a way to send Free Virtual Flowers and eCards by email to anyone on the Internet. (
  • The company's International VoIP Direct service provides high-quality wholesale voice over IP transport and termination to national and international communications companies, Internet service providers (ISPs) and Internet telephony service providers (ITSPs). (
  • TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kforce Inc. (Nasdaq:KFRC), a provider of professional staffing services and solutions, today announced results for its fourth quarter and full year 2016. (
  • In 2016, financial services firm Primerica not only reached an all-time high in managed assets but also earned another DALBAR Mutual Fund Service Award. (
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  • Creating a systematic budget for your agency's STEPS program ensures the costs of staff pay, direct service implementation, non-direct service implementation, administration, and overhead are accounted for and managed. (
  • Cost effectiveness ratios based on ( a ) use of healthcare resources associated with tight control and less tight control and treatment of complications and ( b ) within trial time free from diabetes related end points, and life years gained. (
  • Tight control of blood pressure in hypertensive patients with type 2 diabetes substantially reduced the cost of complications, increased the interval without complications and survival, and had a cost effectiveness ratio that compares favourably with many accepted healthcare programmes. (
  • 2 - 4 The hypertension in diabetes study reported in this paper, provides, for the first time, both the clinical information on microvascular and macrovascular complications, and the information on use of resources associated with treatment and managing complications, thereby allowing the cost effectiveness of tight blood pressure control in patients with type 2 diabetes to be assessed. (
  • This study aimed to evaluate hospital length of stay (LOS) based on admission characteristics and direct costs correlated with various types of complications for type 2 diabetic inpatients in Hubei Province, China. (
  • The relationship between admission characteristics and LOS, distribution of total costs, and types of complications were described and analysed. (
  • 2) Mean total costs per patient were US$159.72 ± 130.83 (median: US$135.33), US$240.60 ± 166.58 (median: US$192.09), and US$247.98 ± 166.22 (median: US$200.99) for inpatients with no complications, chronic complications, and acute + chronic complications, respectively. (
  • 3) Mean total costs per patient were US$225.40 ± 115.32 (median: US$200.34), US$221.25 ± 177.64 (median: US$170.05), and US$275.18 ± 193.14 (median: US$217.91) for inpatients with microvascular complications, macrovascular complications, and microvascular + macrovascular complications, respectively. (
  • The total and individual costs for patients with complications were higher than for those without, and hospitalization expenses posed a heavy burden. (
  • To estimate the direct costs related to hospitalizations for diabetes mellitus and its complications in the Mexican Institute of Social Security. (
  • 1 The cost effectiveness of treatments based on antihypertensive drugs and education has been estimated for different general population groups, but these analyses have mainly been based on models and lack information on effectiveness and use of resources from long term trials, and none has considered hypertensive patients with type 2 diabetes. (
  • Many cost-effectiveness analyses have been published [ 9 - 17 ] with controversial results. (
  • and cost/benefit analyses, among many others. (
  • Cost analyses were examined from a hospital perspective using direct costs. (
  • Many of these centers include mental health services. (
  • 2. Health Economics applied to the evaluation of quality and costs of Mental Health Services - this section presents results of Brazilian studies on the costs of mental health care (hospital, outpatient care, residential care, informal care), methods on the measurement of costs and it discusses issues related with public policies decisions and quality of mental health car in the low and middle income countries context. (
  • There is also an overview of quality indicators of mental health care and instruments to evaluate mental health services and costs. (
  • Cost effectiveness analysis incorporating within trial analysis and estimation of impact on life expectancy through use of the within trial hazards of reaching a defined clinical end point. (
  • It is essential to assess the real cost of MS if we are to make a cost-effectiveness analysis whose results can be applied to daily clinical practice. (
  • GPs will receive a global payment for essential and additional clinical services (such as immunisation and chronic disease management) based on patient numbers and needs. (
  • However, doubts over-analytical and clinical validity, limited reimbursement policies, and concerns over safety and privacy of personal data may hamper the growth of the direct-to-consumer genetic testing industry over the forecast period. (
  • The IHS, an agency in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides a comprehensive health service delivery system for approximately 2.2 million American Indians and Alaska Natives. (
  • While the number of Tribally managed programs has increased substantially in recent years, over half of funds administered by the Department for services to American Indians and Alaska Natives are currently administered by the Department directly or by the States rather than through either contracts or compacts with the Tribes. (
  • Direct reimbursement of service charges. (
  • For example, if the subaward is a cost reimbursement type with a commercial concern, FAR Subpart 31.2 would apply. (
  • The hospital care costs of patients with diabetes mellitus using diagnosis-related groups in the IMSS (Mexican Institute of Social Security) and the hospital discharges from the corresponding E10- E14 codes for diabetes mellitus were estimated between 2008-2013. (
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  • The Indian Health Service has released an updated IHS policy on contract support costs, a high priority topic for the agency and for tribes. (
  • The new policy clarifies and improves processes and will guide tribes and IHS in the preparation, negotiation, determination, payment and reconciliation of contract support cost funding transferred to tribes. (
  • Contract support costs, or CSC, are costs associated with administering the compacts and contracts through which tribes assume responsibility for the operation of IHS programs and services. (
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  • They are responsive to our requests, maintain the highest level of print quality, and support our business needs with excellent customer service, often going above & beyond to insure our complete satisfaction. (
  • Abstract: Book offers supervisors, managers, and administrators guidance for facing the three most challenging issues facing community human services organizations: recruitment, retention, and training of direct support professionals. (
  • States have great latitude in determining what services and supports will be included in their family support program, as well as in determining whether children, adults, or both children and adults, will be eligible to receive the supports. (
  • Family support programs have historically been offered through public and private service agencies. (
  • 2008). Moreover, a growing number of consumer-directed services now take the form of individualized budgets, and individuals are often allowed to hire family members to provide support (Caldwell, 2007). (
  • VA is working to ensure its facilities are located where most veterans live to support this new way of delivering services. (
  • In addition, states can request to provide coverage through direct service support. (
  • Grants will support community resiliency projects throughout the Duke Energy Florida service area that strengthen communities and advance prosperity by addressing poor economic conditions and quality of life issues. (
  • He says: "Paradigm has therefore linked with Triangle Direct to offer our members access to 'hot key' leads which with appropriate and ongoing support, monitoring and training consistently convert to sale in excess of 30 per cent, providing a potentially significant extra income stream. (
  • Family and community support: All counties have some level of responsibility for programs and services that impact families and the community. (
  • Data presented are based on the State of the States in Developmental Disabilities project, a longitudinal study of public financial and programmatic trends in intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) services and supports in the states (Braddock, Hemp, & Rizzolo, 2008). (
  • Today, HealthCare California announces that it is the first home health agency in California to implement an online service that answers the call from national leaders to utilize technology to improve health care. (
  • This home health software service equips all HealthCare California nursing and administrative staff with real-time access to information at the point of care, reduces costs, improves efficiency and enhances communication across the continuum of care. (
  • Statistics from the National Association of Home Care demonstrate that in-home care costs over 80% less than care provided in hospitals. (
  • In announcing the new service, Devin S. Nugent, HealthCare California's Chief Operating Officer stated, 'With the launch of this initiative, HealthCare California has begun to see dramatic improvements in productivity through the use of point-of-care documentation, as well as a reduction in paperwork, fuel expenses and driving times. (
  • Most importantly, our nurses are now able to spend more time on direct patient care and education because they can securely complete their charting online and in less time. (
  • NAHC also reported that, during that same time period, the cost per day for home care was over 80% less expensive than the cost per day of inpatient hospital care. (
  • The adoption of appropriate technology is a key strategy being advocated by all sides in the current health care reform debate,' remarked Joseph H. Hafkenschiel, President of the California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH). (
  • Home health agencies across the state are well positioned to leverage technology to lower costs while improving patient care. (
  • Now we just log in to Agency Manager™ and can easily complete all of our documentation online,' remarked June Webb, R.N., Director of Patient Care Services, HealthCare California. (
  • In a retrospective cross-sectional analysis using routinely collected data of an IVF Unit and maternity hospital in a tertiary care setting in the UK, direct costs were assessed for all weight classes. (
  • Hence, it is likely that a higher proportion of women undergoing assisted reproduction treatment are overweight or obese.In a retrospective cross-sectional analysis using routinely collected data of an IVF Unit and maternity hospital in a tertiary care setting in the UK, direct costs were assessed for all weight classes. (
  • The spending plan, which is established with the Care Consultant, documents how you will spend your service budget dollars. (
  • i) Direct personal care services defined as assistance with activities of daily living, as defined in WAC 388-106-0010 . (
  • Direct patient care services. (
  • Supervisory care services. (
  • Directed care services. (
  • Some facilities also offer respite care and other special services. (
  • Service plan updated every three months for direct care residents, every six months for personal care residents, and annually for supervisory care residents, or any time with resident's change of condition. (
  • Residents in special Alzheimer's/dementia unit must be provided with "directed care" (see above) level of services. (
  • Economic evaluation of pressure ulcer care: a cost minimization analysis of preventive strategies. (
  • Multidisciplinary care teams may improve health and control total cost for children with medical complexity (CMC). (
  • We aim to quantify the time required to perform nonreimbursed care coordination activities by a multidisciplinary care coordination program for CMC and to estimate the direct salary costs of that time. (
  • 2 The intensity of services and costs required for optimal care of this vulnerable population places substantial burden on families and on health care systems alike. (
  • 6 People working within high-quality health care systems are asking how they can optimize the health and well-being of this vulnerable population while limiting high-cost spending to those areas where it will produce the most health. (
  • Grants to meet mortgage deficit costs - if GPs cannot afford to move because their mortgage exceeds the potential sale price of the surgery, primary care organisations will be allowed to make up the difference. (
  • The Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (commonly referred to as the Mental Health Parity Act), which takes effect during annual plan renewals beginning on or after Oct. 3, 2009, is a source of concern for employers worried about the impending increase in their health care costs. (
  • Even after the Mental Health Parity Act goes into effect, companies that use their EAP to act as a first stop for employees accessing mental health/substance abuse services might see their health care costs go down. (
  • MAXIMUS, Inc. April 1988 This report was prepared under contract #HHS-100-85-0004 between HHS's Office of Social Services Policy (now the Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy) and MAXIMUS, Inc. For additional information about this subject, you can visit the ASPE home page at (
  • Direct care services were lower in California and England where privatization was highest. (
  • We also have numerous amenities available in order to provide comfortable, family-oriented dental care to the adults and children of our community, such as:  Stereo Music and Televisions in treatment rooms  Computer software that allows us to estimate your "out of pocket" cost prior to treatment  Digital patient education videos to help answer your questions  Intra-oral camera: see exactly what we see using state-of-the-art technology! (
  • As is made clear in what follows, perhaps the most informative literature on these issues is that concerned with health care costs in the United States, also reviewed in the second main section. (
  • Use this sheet to track overhead and service preparation costs for implementing the STEPS to Care program, such as printing, Internet access, and rent. (
  • One large category is charity care, or free or subsidized services. (
  • Managing the large increase in demand for health care services. (
  • The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) operates the largest direct health care delivery system in the country. (
  • Consumers who switched from traditional health plans to consumer-directed health plans (defined as those with annual deductibles of $1,100 or greater in 2007) generally spent less on medical care and used fewer medical services. (
  • Consumer-directed health plans had mixed effects on quality of care. (
  • A majority of people in consumer-directed health plans reported that they lacked adequate information to make informed choices about medical care. (
  • Consumer-directed health care (CDHC) is an increasingly popular form of health coverage. (
  • Compared with traditional employer-based health coverage, consumer-directed plans shift more of the cost of routine medical care onto consumers, who pay for the first $1,100 of annual care (and under some plans, more) out of pocket or from tax-advantaged savings. (
  • This plan design assumes that consumers who spend their own money for medical services will have an incentive to shop for care more prudently. (
  • The design further assumes that health care providers will respond to this consumer behavior by providing better and more efficient care, thus harnessing market forces to slow overall cost growth and improve quality of care. (
  • Emerging evidence from the first studies of CDHC suggests that these plans typically reduce the use of health services and cut costs, but they have mixed effects on quality of care. (
  • The growth of CDHC has occurred amid debate in policy and health care circles about the effect of increased consumer cost sharing. (
  • Giving individual consumers greater incentive to make cost-effective health care choices, the argument goes, will lead them to use only needed care and to seek high-quality providers, in turn creating pressures to spur quality improvement. (
  • Skeptics counter that shifting costs to consumers could cause them to forgo needed care. (
  • Anecdotal reports, qualitative studies, and some limited program assessments suggest that SDC/SGCs are effective in providing equivalent health care services. (
  • Objective To assess the cost effectiveness of self monitoring of blood glucose alone or with additional training in incorporating the results into self care, in addition to standardised usual care for patients with non-insulin treated type 2 diabetes. (
  • 179) for standardised usual care, £181 for less intensive self monitoring, and £173 for more intensive self monitoring, showing an additional cost per patient of £92 (95% confidence interval £80 to £103) in the less intensive group and £84 (£73 to £96) in the more intensive group. (
  • Conclusions Self monitoring of blood glucose with or without additional training in incorporating the results into self care was associated with higher costs and lower quality of life in patients with non-insulin treated type 2 diabetes. (
  • SportMedBC can also coordinate the services of other allied health care professionals, dependent on the requirements of your event. (
  • Recognizing that a child's family and surrounding community has a significant effect on his or her development can help drive county investment in economic development, job training, supplemental child care and other services that help strengthen a child's environment and family unit. (
  • For instance, counties deliver health and human services to many older adults, run county hospitals and long-term care facilities and protect the safety of older adults through law enforcement and legal services. (
  • Cost effectiveness. (
  • 3. Health Economics applied to evaluate treatment of mental disorders - This section presents a review of cost-effectiveness of pharmacological treatments and other interventions applied for treating the most burdensome mental disorders such as depressive and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, psychosis, alcohol and drug disorders, dementia, and hyper attention deficit disorders. (
  • Once given a set of programs whose effectiveness has been demonstrated, a second evaluation objective then comes into play: to determine their cost-effectiveness. (
  • Cost-effectiveness is a difficult and much-misunderstood concept in program evaluation. (
  • Only the most rudimentary forms of cost-effectiveness analysis have been applied to family planning programs, whether in the United States or in developing countries. (
  • This workbook is part of a series to enhance treatment efficiency and intended to educate program plan- cost-effectiveness using the informa- ners, managers, staff and other de- tion that comes from these evalua- cision-makers about the evaluation tion activities. (
  • To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of an online, unguided, self-help intervention for reducing suicidal ideation. (
  • The objective of this se- about cost analysis. (
  • The agency is raising these rates to reflect, among other factors, national and locality pay increases for Federal employees and inflation, operating costs, instrumentation and training, and program and agency administrative overhead costs. (
  • How would the total costs of direct materials and factory overhead be affected? (
  • Without significant overhead costs, such as employing tellers and managers, ING Direct can offer customers lower fees and higher-value services than traditional financial institutions. (
  • Administrative costs were high especially in for-profit companies, except in Norway's municipal nursing homes. (
  • NSF has waived most cost related and administrative prior approvals required by 2 CFR 220 (OMB Circular A-21) and 2 CFR 215. (
  • Tribes engaged in these administrative arrangements express their preference for them over having services administered by others. (
  • NeedyMeds is a 501(c)(3) national non-profit information resource dedicated to helping people locate assistance programs to help them afford their medications and other healthcare costs. (
  • Main outcome measures Quality adjusted life years and healthcare costs (sterling in 2005-6 prices). (
  • NeedyMeds has provided this 2019 informational sheet with the most popular healthcare cost savings program . (
  • At the request of tribes, IHS is pleased to announce the ability to utilize the medical inflation rate to calculate estimated annual increases to ongoing direct CSC. (
  • An assessment of the real costs of MS may contribute to our knowledge of the disease and to treat it more efficiently. (
  • Must provide an initial assessment of each resident's capacities and service needs upon moving in. (
  • M-Check direct was recently presented as part of the industry symposium 'Innovative concepts for processing proposals and benefits' at the Versicherungsforen Leipzig insurance forum, and the feedback received has been extremely positive: Highest level of service for the client, lower examination costs, improved quality of risk assessment, and enhanced legal security in a benefit case, all in conjunction with a rising sales rate - advantages that are impressive. (
  • Call the psychology, psychiatry, or behavioral health department and inquire about sessions with graduate students, who are supervised and can provide services at a lower cost as they gain counseling experience. (
  • Reviewing cost-rent payments when GPs remortgage at lower interest rates to free up money for extra GMS services (the GPs would not gain). (
  • in addition, enrollees in consumer-directed plans reported lower levels of satisfaction than those in traditional plans. (
  • Want to start at a lower cost? (
  • Transition services may include safety deposits, utility set-up fees or deposits, health and safety assurances such as pest eradication, allergen control or one-time cleaning prior to occupancy, moving fees, furniture, essential furnishings and basic items essential for basic living outside the institution. (
  • Transition services do not include rent, recreational or diverting items such as TV, cable or VCR/DVDs. (
  • In addition, it will include a brief overview of the North American beef industry to provide contextual background, as well as an overview of feedlot health management services and the tools/approach used to manage uf/brd and histophilosis in client feedlots and calf grower operations. (
  • This report discusses supplemental educational services in the general sense, which include educational activities provided outside of normal school hours that are designed to augment or enhance the educational services provided during regular periods of instruction. (
  • Different groups include treatment services, sources `spent' on the treatment of people the funders of the services, wider regulatory with PSU disorders. (
  • Navigation devices purchased with MSN Direct include a free trial of at least three months, after which customers can subscribe to 12 months of service for an annual fee of $49.95 plus applicable tax, or pay a one-time fee of $129.95 plus tax to receive MSN Direct as long as they own their device. (
  • a) Personal assistance services, defined as supports involving the labor of another person to assist you to carry out activities you are unable to perform independently. (
  • For example, when selling a glass of lemonade at a lemonade stand, the private costs involved in this transaction are the costs of the lemons and the sugar and the water that are ingredients to the lemonade, the opportunity cost of the labor to combine them into lemonade, as well as any transaction costs, such as walking to the stand. (
  • Therefore, patient safety interventions to prevent ADEs and hospital admissions may be cost-effective or even cost saving. (
  • The costs attributable to the 25 conditions accounted for 78 percent of the health maintenance organization's total direct medical expense for this age-group. (
  • The mean total annual cost of MS per patient results 24272 euros. (
  • When the mean total annual costs was adjusted by the mean % of patients on IT in our Unit (31%) the result was 19589 euros. (
  • Direct costs accounted for around 60% of total costs in all EDSS groups. (
  • The total mean social costs of MS in a cohort from Baix Llobregat (Catalonia) were estimated at 24272 euros per patient/year, and ranged between 14327 euros (EDSS = 0) and 52841 euros (EDSS = 7.5-9.5). (
  • Total costs, and particularly informal and direct costs, increased as the disability progressed. (
  • Discharges decreased by 3.84% and total costs by 1.75% in the period analysed. (
  • Total material costs would go up by 100percent to $26,000, whereas total factory depreciation would be unchanged at $27,000. (
  • 5. Changes in volume will affect total variable costs but not total fixed costs. (
  • Social costs are here defined as the socialized portion of the total costs of production, i.e., the costs which businesses shift to society in their attempts to increase their profits. (
  • Marginal social cost refers to the total costs that the society pays for the production of an extra unit of the good or service in question. (
  • As an example, Morin et al (2009) reported the total cost of insomnia for the province of Quebec is 6.6 billion Canadian dollars per year. (
  • Total per-participant costs encompassed costs of health service uptake, participants' out-of-pocket expenses, costs stemming from production losses, and intervention costs. (
  • Are there measurable differences in the services and costs incurred by Tribes operating as Self-Governance compacts and those merely contracting to operate the same services? (
  • The roles of counties may vary based upon state-specific and county-specific statutory requirements and structural differences in service delivery, but all counties can impact these populations in ways that span geographic and demographic differences. (
  • This policy underscores our commitment to supporting tribal self-governance and fully funding CSC costs, which is a priority for IHS," said IHS Principal Deputy Director Mary L. Smith. (
  • The focus of this study is to prepare for an evaluation of the impact of Tribal Self-Governance on the delivery and costs of health and social services to Indians. (
  • Customer service has always been a top priority at Primerica. (
  • All the staff that I have worked with at Primenet has been professional and has made customer service a number one priority. (
  • All Overnight, Express and Priority Mail SUBMITTAL DUE: should be directed to the above street address. (
  • CSC are the reasonable costs for activities that tribes must carry on to ensure compliance with the terms of the contract and prudent management, but that normally are not carried on by IHS in its direct operation of the program or are provided by IHS from resources other than those under contract. (
  • In the past, AMS has amended its regulations on an as needed basis in order to recover laboratory program costs. (
  • it is this program that can be described as "cost-effective. (
  • This report discusses major provisions of federal student loans made available through the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (DL) program and previously made through the FFEL program. (
  • P.L. 110-84) establishes a new loan forgiveness provision for borrowers of loans made under the William D. Ford Direct Loan (DL) program who are employed in public service jobs for 10 years during the repayment of their loans. (
  • Grantees should ensure that costs claimed under NSF grants are necessary, reasonable, allocable, and allowable under the applicable cost principles, NSF policy, and/or the program solicitation. (
  • UPS compliance services will help you to recognise, assess and adapt to new import/export processes to minimise risk and gain a competitive trade advantage. (
  • The average costs for a preventable medication-related hospital admission were calculated by summing the direct medical costs and the production losses of all the preventable admissions, taking into account the different types of hospitals (academic and general) and the age of the admitted patients. (
  • The average medical costs for one preventable medication-related hospital admission were €5461. (
  • Combining the medical costs and the costs of production losses resulted in average costs of €6009 for one, potentially preventable, medication-related hospital admission for all ages. (
  • Three cardiovascular conditions--ischemic heart disease, hypertension, and congestive heart failure--together accounted for 17 percent of direct medical expense and separately accounted for 6.8 percent, 5.7 percent, and 4.0 percent, respectively. (
  • A systematic review of the direct economic burden of type 2 diabetes in China showed that the direct medical cost increased from US$250 million in 1993 to US$8.65 billion in 2008. (
  • A single fully-staffed ambulance costs about $150 per hour, according to Chris Stawasz, regional director at American Medical Response, which supplies ambulances for Framingham and Natick. (
  • Until now, the mobile health check has been offered under the names M-Check direct, and Medical Home Service by the company Medicals Direct Deutschland GmbH for cases involving high disability and death benefits. (
  • SportMedBC can help to connect your team with the appropriate professional for in season medical coverage or injury management services. (
  • FedEx Office integrates with your business, university or hospital to provide flexible, scalable services including managed print and parcel and mail management. (
  • To provide more information on the economic burden of preventable adverse drug events of outpatients, we performed a cost study on the data collected in the Hospital Admissions Related to Medication (HARM) study. (
  • These programs provide prescribed medication at little to no cost. (
  • Per Japan's telecom regulations, carriers that offer voice calling services are mandated to provide ECS facilities to users. (
  • Auto warranties provide financial security and peace of mind by offsetting the cost of expensive repairs . (
  • This will provide the agricultural commodity industries and other stakeholders with more timely and relevant information regarding user fees for voluntary laboratory testing services. (
  • At PrimeNet, we strive to provide value to our clients by creating, testing and offering an ever-expanding portfolio of direct mail products. (
  • We provide low cost custom clear orthodontic retainers. (
  • For deliveries in our own metro area, they know we provide more direct, cost effective service. (
  • Plus, we provide the same guaranteed nationwide delivery service as larger companies. (
  • The 3,000 employees that work in this "VA Company Store" provide services commonly found in local markets. (
  • As consumers grapple with challenging economic conditions, they re looking for products that can provide value, everyday use and practicality, said Joe Coco, product unit manager for MSN Direct. (
  • We provide secure, one-stop access for all of our online commercial banking services. (
  • Not only will Triangle Direct provide the leads, they have also agreed to work with individual members to ensure they get the most out of the relationship, analysing management information to help provide a long-term profitable arrangement. (
  • Counties that take proactive measures to keep older adults healthy and safe find that mentally and physically healthy older adults are civically active, provide community stability and require fewer county services. (
  • Counties provide a myriad of services and touchpoints that impact early childhood development and healthy aging. (
  • Advanced bipolar direct energy devices belong to a group of instruments in the electrosurgery sector that conduct high frequency alternating current through a patient?s body to generate heat energy. (
  • While effective for treating anxiety disorders, cognitive-behavioral therapy, usually known as CBT, can be expensive, sometimes costing $100 or more per hour. (
  • Buying medication online can be another cost-effective way to treat your anxiety disorder, but be cautious of the hundreds of scams and illegal "pharmacies" online. (
  • PrimeNet has over 50 years of experience creating highly effective direct mail campaigns for businesses all over the United States. (
  • e) it is possible to decrease the burden of mental disorders with cost-effective treatments. (
  • Automotive manufacturers BMW, Scion and Suzuki are providing cost-effective integrated navigation solutions. (
  • In the event of any discrepancy between the summary information contained in this chapter and any specific provision of the applicable Federal cost principles, the cost principles in effect as of the effective date of the NSF grant will govern. (
  • This is the first trial to indicate that online self-help to reduce suicidal ideation is feasible, effective, and cost saving. (
  • HealthCare California is the central valley's largest Medicare certified home health agency, providing skilled nursing, physical/occupational/speech therapy and social services to homebound patients. (
  • Learn more at California Association of Health Services at Home . (
  • None of the locations had cost controls on administration and profits, except for Medicaid administration controls in California. (
  • Science and Technology (S&T) Programs has been performing voluntary laboratory services under the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946, as amended, for the AMS commodity programs (Fruit and Vegetable, Cotton, Livestock and Seed, Poultry, Dairy, and Tobacco) and applicable customers in these industries since its inception on August 17, 1988. (
  • Congress created the Veterans Canteen Service in 1946 to furnish merchandise and services for the comfort of veterans in VA hospitals and nursing homes. (
  • 11-4 How does the relevant cost analysis model differ for manufacturing and service firms? (
  • This is termed a cost-benefit analysis. (
  • Cost-benefit analysis requires a means of translating outcome measures-such as pregnancies averted-into a single metric or standard that permits comparisons among quite different programs operating, perhaps, in quite different sectors. (
  • The direct-to-consumer genetic testing market analysis considers sales from both direct sales and retail sales. (
  • Our analysis also considers the sales of direct-to-consumer genetic testing in Asia, Europe, North America, and ROW. (
  • Triangle Direct says it is also able to supply training for Paradigm's members and can help conduct statistical analysis of their management information. (
  • These allow customers to have direct access to Japan's Police, Fire Department and Coast Guard in emergency situations to avert any casualties and physical damage to properties and lives. (
  • What is Direct Access? (
  • At this time, there are no other charges for the Direct Access service. (
  • Direct Access users are responsible for hardware, software, or Internet service provider fees. (
  • Whom do I contact to obtain Direct Access? (
  • A Direct Access packet will be e-mailed within five business days. (
  • Direct drive fans have external grease ports for quick and easy access (auto-lube kit optional). (
  • For those students accepted to the Kearney campus, there is a nominal cost differential resulting from fees generated for miscellaneous items such as the campus newspaper, access to sporting events on the UNK campus, and a multicultural allocation. (
  • In addition, skeptics note that consumers typically lack access to adequate information for making wise choices about service prices and quality. (
  • ING Direct Italy wanted to expand the idea of direct banking by opening a nationwide network of bank branches-economical spaces where customers could access their accounts via a web terminal or ATM. (
  • Athletes will have access to professional injury management services from Certified Athletic Therapists or Physiotherapists. (
  • Paradigm Mortgage Services has linked with data management company Triangle Direct, to offer its members access to life insurance leads. (
  • A targeted consumer mailing list will allow you to focus on your main goals of your direct mail campaign to define exactly who and where you want to target. (
  • Building Brandsáthrough sophisticated online experiences and good customer service were the main themes of the eTail East Coast show this year. (
  • Costs were grouped according to demographic characteristics and main condition, and were estimated in US dollars in 2013. (
  • The main outcome measures were resource use, costs of preventive measures and treatment, and pressure ulcer incidence in both hospitals. (
  • Gaur directed the officials to speed up the construction work of road connecting Aisbagh Square to Main Railway Station. (
  • Like many small-businesses owners, Bateman's main obstacle when it came to choosing a backup and recovery service provider was time. (
  • The costs of potentially preventable hospital admissions related to medication are considerable. (
  • The direct cost is the utilisation of healthcare services and medication. (
  • 3) Medicare or medicaid state plan benefits must be used prior to using New Freedom funds if the goods or services are covered under these programs. (
  • The 'new economy' has many benefits, but at what cost? (
  • Maintain the cost benefits of ocean freight while still getting your products to customers faster by bypassing distribution centres. (
  • administers veterans' benefits including monthly disability payments, education assistance, life insurance, home loans, and vocational rehabilitation and employment services to veterans. (
  • Executive orders and legislative changes beginning in 1970 have gradually permitted Indian (American Indian/Alaska Native) Tribes to take over more management ownership of Federal health and social services programs whose benefits are aimed either exclusively at Indians or for which Indians are among the intended beneficiaries. (
  • The retirement benefits you offer to your employees have a direct impact on recruiting and retaining employees and on your employees' financial wellness. (
  • Citrix allows us to choose the applications we want to virtualize, which offers substantial benefits in terms of bandwidth, cost reduction, and speed of use. (
  • Packing and parcel management services. (
  • Mr. Mehl has served as a lead investor and director for other companies in the areas of digital marketing, IT services, analytics, and workforce management as well as having prior experience as a sell-side equity analyst in business services. (
  • Home » Questions » Accounting » Cost Management » Cost Concept » 3-35 Application of the Direct Cost Concept in the. (
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  • Denise Razzouk is psychiatrist (Universidade de São Paulo - USP, Brazil), with Master in Sciences and PhD in Medicine (Universidade Federal de São Paulo - Unifesp, Brazil), Post-doctoral fellowship in Economics and Mental Health in the Centre of Economic Mental Health (Health Services and Population Research, King´s College, UK), MBA in Health Services Management (Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil) and Affiliate Professor in Department of Psychiatry, Unifesp. (
  • With Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops software, ING Direct Italy was able to centralize the IT infrastructure and minimize the management and maintenance required in each bank branch. (
  • Additionally, the company has centralized virtual machine management and reduced the operational and storage costs of a desktop virtualization environment. (
  • The Citrix solution has reduced the cost of application management by up to 50 percent, increased IT response speed when a user requests application deployment, and improved the security of applications and data. (
  • Consistent quality and service. (
  • Prime Net Direct has been an essential partner for of ours since 2005 and has been very helpful in establishing our brand with high-quality direct mail advertising. (
  • INDUSTRIES AND Commerce Minister Babulal Gaur today ordered an inquiry into poor quality work of Misrod-Anand Nagar by-pass, which was constructed at the cost of Rs 19.5 crore. (
  • An example of marginal damages associated with social costs of driving includes wear and tear, congestion, and the decreased quality of life due to drunks driving or impatience, and many people displaced from their homes and localities due to construction work. (
  • How do the levels and quality of services and the costs incurred by Tribes that operate as Self-Governance compacts compare to one another and to the costs and services provided by other Federal, State, or private organizations administering the same programs? (
  • Due to the high cost, repeated applications, and displacement problems associated with conventional devices, bipolar electrosurgical devices are preferred. (
  • ADEs are a burden not only to patients and their relatives, but also to society and have the potential to involve high costs. (
  • The key-drivers for direct costs were IT in low EDSS stages, and caregiver costs in high stages. (
  • That said, in recent years Portland's growth has started to catch up with daily living, such as having some of the worst traffic congestion in the West, a high cost of living relative to wages, and chronic underemployment. (
  • 3-35 Application of the Direct Cost Concept in the Fashion Industry Jane Wilson is the production man- ager for a company that produces high-fashion designer clothing for women. (
  • By combining international air freight, customs brokerage and multi-modal delivery services, UPS Trade Direct Air gets new and high-value products to customers faster while reducing unnecessary handling and storage costs in the process. (
  • On Chicago's West Side, which corresponds to Rush's service area, West Garfield Park residents can expect to live 69 years, while six miles away, residents in the high rises of the Loop have a life expectancy of 85 years. (
  • Champions of CDHC maintain that high-deductible plans will reduce costs without harming consumer health because they will discourage the use of inappropriate services. (
  • Costs are high, time is short, and personnel are scarce. (
  • Social cost in neoclassical economics is the sum of the private costs resulting from a transaction and the costs imposed on the consumers as a consequence of being exposed to the transaction for which they are not compensated or charged. (
  • The alternative to the above neoclassical definition is provided by the heterodox economics theory of social costs by K. William Kapp. (
  • In a situation where there are positive social costs, it means that the first of the Fundamental theorems of welfare economics failed in that relying merely on private markets for price and quantity lead to an inefficient outcome. (
  • The move reinforced the long-term business relationship between the two entities and enabled Colt Japan to augment its service capabilities across the country. (
  • The capabilities of the ESP Direct service offered by GTE Internetworking combined with our extensive experience designing intuitive interfaces and delivering seamless Internet solutions will dramatically change how people communicate with each other," stated Joc Jacquay, ceo of Pagoo. (
  • A new study published by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy shows that per-pupil education costs are soaring in Manitoba. (
  • Start in our UPS Help Centre for tips about services, solutions, and FAQs or search by topic. (
  • This residential list allows precision targeting into the exact households the need your products or services. (
  • The customer service award is a nod to Primerica's ISP (Investment and Savings Products) segment. (
  • Heaven Consumer Products, Inc., has the following sales and cost. (
  • When products cross borders, factors such as fulfilment speed, inventory costs and compliance get more complicated. (
  • It's a full-fledged branch store,' explained Knoll, 'where customers can find almost anything they need to know about our products and services. (
  • GTE Internetworking is also working closely with NetCentrex, a provider of innovative and flexible voice over IP products and services to integrate voice over IP into Pagoo's network architecture. (
  • Direct service costs of diabetes mellitus hospitalisations in the Mexican Institute of Social Security. (
  • Which means: direct mail's response rate ranges from five to nine times greater than that of email, paid search, or social media. (
  • Canterbury, Kent: Personal Social Services Research Unit (PSSRU), June. (
  • This might be applied to any number of economic problems: for example, social cost of carbon has been explored to better understand the costs of carbon emissions for proposed economic solutions such as a carbon tax. (
  • Social cost includes these private costs and the additional costs (or external costs) associated with the production of the good for which are not accounted for by the free market. (
  • Mathematically, social marginal cost is the sum of private marginal cost and the external costs. (
  • Another social cost of driving includes the pollution driving costs to other people in the society. (
  • Thus, social costs are the costs pertaining to the transaction costs to the society as a whole. (
  • Generally, social costs are easier to think about in marginal terms i.e. marginal social cost. (
  • Mathematically, this can be represented by Marginal Social Cost (MSC) = Marginal Private Cost (MPC) + Marginal External Costs (MEC). (
  • Social costs can be of two types-Negative Production Externality and Positive Production Externality. (
  • Negative Production Externality refers to a situation in which marginal damages are social costs to society that result in Marginal Social Cost being greater than the Marginal Private Cost i.e. (
  • Factors such as a reduction in additional costs involved in distribution and logistics will play a significant role in the direct sales segment to maintain its market position. (
  • Counties that run their public school systems can maintain the continuity of supports through the early development stage (0-3) and throughout adolescence with direct services and programs. (
  • Unchangeable data storage may be one of the archive's requirements, and there's a wide range of choices for storing permanent data, from CD-ROMs that cost pennies apiece to content-addressable storage (CAS) systems that cost substantially more. (
  • We also offer low cost printing, professional video production, and online marketing solutions. (
  • Additional OEMs including Kenwood Corp., Mio Technology Corp. and Nextar Inc., along with automotive manufacturers BMW AG, Scion and Suzuki Motor Corp., are offering MSN Direct-enabled navigation devices and solutions. (
  • Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq MSFT ) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. (
  • As an ESP Direct customer, Pagoo can quickly deploy their enhanced solutions on a national level without having to make large investments in its existing network infrastructure. (
  • Based on 2015 national salary data, the adjusted median estimated cost of documented activities ranged from $145 to $210 per CMC per month. (
  • Archiving or deleting unnecessary data has the potential to give you the biggest savings at the lowest cost. (
  • Archiving or deleting data not only saves the costs associated with the original copy, it yields ongoing savings in terms of processor, I/O and secondary storage for your backups. (
  • Prior to signing up for EVault Inc.'s SmallBusiness Edition (SBE) disk-to-disk data backup and recovery service, Bateman would back up his server to a disk and take it home in his briefcase. (
  • The service allows a company to automatically back up data to an off-site location using its existing Internet connections. (
  • ESP Direct aggregates all of the enhanced service provider's inbound traffic to a single interconnection point at the enhanced service provider's data center. (
  • Thanks to the Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops solution, the IT team at ING Direct Italy can now manage apps in the data center and distribute them instantly as a service to users, wherever the users are and whatever device they're using. (
  • Although all veterans are eligible for VA services, fewer than six million veterans participate in its programs. (
  • Some colleges and universities offer low-cost therapy for anxiety disorders and other mental health problems. (
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  • We offer a modular all-in-one solution covering various steam-volatile compounds with semi-automated operation and direct link to external titrators. (
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  • We offer several UPS Trade Direct services to best meet your international supply chain needs and increase your competitive edge. (
  • With Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops software, ING Direct Italy can offer a banking experience like the one consumers get when they log on at home: simple, personal, and convenient. (