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*  Healthcare reform in the United States
... federal government is significantly dependent on healthcare costs being controlled. In addition, the number of employers who ... Healthcare costs are a fundamental driver of health insurance costs, which leads to coverage affordability challenges for ... Some of the many reasons cited for the cost differential with other countries include: Higher administrative costs of a private ... do enough to address the cost challenge. According to 2009 World Bank statistics, the U.S. had the highest health care costs ...
*  Population Control: Real Costs, Illusory Benefits
... is a nonfiction book by Steven W. Mosher, first published in 2008. " ... "Population Control" is a detailed exposition on the global effort to combat overpopulation, arguing that not only population ... Mosher was first exposed to population control policies when he visited China as an undergraduate sociologist in 1979 to ... control is immoral in many cases, and that overpopulation is a myth. ...
*  Cost engineering
... cost control, cost forecasting, investment appraisal and risk analysis." "Cost Engineers budget, plan and monitor investment ... cost analysis/cost assessment, design-to-cost, schedule analysis/planning and risk assessment." The broad array of cost ... Dutch Association of Cost Engineers (DACE) Cost Engineering at Cranfield University, UK Cost Engineering at Cost Engineering ... Total Cost Management is the effective application of professional and technical expertise to plan and control resources, costs ...
*  AcademyHealth
"Business and Health; States Weighing Cost-Control Ideas." August 4, 1992. Health Care Financing Review. U.S. Department of ... Established in 1988 as the successor to RWJ's Program for Demonstration and Research on Health Care Costs, HCFO has since ... funded more than 265 projects on the effects of financing on cost, access, organization, and quality. The program has used ...
*  Napkin holder
Dposon, Lea; David Hayes; Jack Miller (2007-03-16). Food and Beverage Cost Control. p. 338. ISBN 978-0-471-69417-5. Retrieved ...
*  Hugo Diemer
Cost control in the shop 1921. Diemer, Hugo. Wages and incentives; the eleventh work manual, Modern foremanship and production ... "The Complete Cost Keeper"; by Horace L. Arnold. Published by The Engineering Magazine Co., 1900. "Cost Accounts of an Engineer ... "Cost Accounts"; by C. A. Millener. The Hunter Rose Co., Ltd., Toronto, 1901. "A Bonus System of Rewarding Labor"; a paper by H ... "Workshop Costs for Engineers and Manufacturers"; by Sinclair Pearn and Frank Pearn; 21s., net; size 18 by 10, 34 pages and 42 ...
*  Alan M. Stretton
"Notes on effective project cost control." PM World Today 11.X (2009). STRETTON, Alan. "Relationships between project management ... In his days he witnessed the emerge of "project management of construction... information and control systems, internal ... Global Project Management Handbook: Planning, Organizing and Controlling International Projects, Second Edition. 2006. p. 24-21 ...
*  Seafarer's professions and ranks
The chief steward also plans menus; compiles supply, overtime, and cost control records. The steward may requisition or ... Some shipping companies do not carry electrical officers on their ship to cut down the manning cost, and the electrical duties ...
*  Maritime transport
The chief steward also plans menus; compiles supply, overtime, and cost control records. May requisition or purchase stores and ... However, water transport is highly cost effective with regular schedulable cargoes, such as trans-oceanic shipping of consumer ... The engine room is computer controlled by night, although the duty engineer will make inspections during unmanned operation. ... ISBN 978-1-58603-943-1. Worldwide Ocean Freight Cost from ShippingExchange Social & Economic Benefits of Marine Transport from ...
*  James Dean (2001 film)
Michael Fleming (March 21, 1994). "Cost control: Making H'wood's tough calls". Variety. Retrieved January 8, 2009. Army Archerd ...
*  Sailor
The chief steward also plans menus; compiles supply, overtime, and cost control records. The steward may requisition or ... A person who practices the art of controlling the motion of a sailing ship or sailboat across a body of water, An enlisted ...
*  Elddis
"Elddis Transport buffered from recession by cost control". Commercialmotor.com. Retrieved 29 August 2012. Official website. ...
*  Prescription drug prices in the United States
Menon, Devidas (June 2001). "Pharmaceutical Cost Control in Canada: Does It Work?". Health Affairs. 20: 1-12. The Severyn Group ... Such measures include cost-minimization, cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness, and cost-utility analysis. They take into account ... followed by the cost of medical research (64%), the cost of marketing and advertising (54%), and the cost of lawsuits against ... Although the cost of manufacturing is relatively low, the cost of developing a new drug is relatively high. In 2011, "a single ...
*  Kevin R. Campbell
... ncheartvascular.com/bloomberg-taps-whv-doctor-for-cost-control-panel/ Kevin R Campbell, MD, FACC. Web page bio. North Carolina ... Bloomberg taps WHV doctor for cost control panel. Press release. 12 Sep 2012. Retrieved 9-13-15. http:// ...
*  J. Peter Grace
"Remarks at a White House Luncheon With the Chairman and Executive Committee of the Private Sector Survey on Cost Control". ... Upi (13 August 1984). "Reagan's Cost-Control Chief Derides Mondale Over Taxes". Retrieved 22 December 2016 - via NYTimes.com. " ...
*  Third-party logistics
... and turn fixed costs into variable costs. One disadvantage is the loss of control a client has by using third-party logistics. ... "11 Ways to Gain Global Transport Cost Control". ControlPay - Global Processing of Transport Data. Retrieved 21 January 2018. ... because customizing always costs money. A cost effectiveness for the third-party logistics provider is only given over longer ... That reduces costs and the 4PL have to have an overview about the whole logistics market to choose the ideal 3PL for all ...
*  Wayne Hale
... ensuring effective cost control of the total program; and establishing and controlling Space Shuttle requirements and ... Hale began his career with NASA in 1978 as a propulsion officer in the Propulsion Systems Section, Flight Control Division of ... Between March 1988 and January 2003, Hale served as a flight director in Mission Control for forty-one Space Shuttle missions. ... His primary responsibilities include establishing and implementing program policy; directing and controlling scheduling, ...
*  Premier League
... clubs agreed in principle in December 2012, to radical new cost controls. The two proposals consist of a break- ... In 2013-14, due to improved television revenues and cost controls, the Premier League had net profits in excess of £78 million ... Austin, Simon (18 December 2012). "Premier League clubs agree new cost controls". BBC Sport. British Broadcasting Corporation. ... the amount of time an unqualified caretaker manager is allowed to take control). Caretaker appointments are managers that fill ...
*  Value-driven maintenance
Controlling maintenance costs is called "Cost Control" in VDM. Finally, maintenance can create value through the smarter ... The free cash flow that this creates on Cost Control will be enormous. But because the company fails to satisfy SHE laws and ... It is not about the consumption of resources, because that is already covered in the Cost Control value driver. Within VDM, a ... Total accumulated consequence costs (both clean-up costs and loss of company value) are estimated on 12 billion. Even though ...
*  Ray and Maria Stata Center
Ted Smalley Bowen (2004-05-19). "MIT's Stata Center Opens, Raises Questions about Cost Control". Architectural Record. The ... Gehry said that value engineering-the process by which elements of a project are eliminated to cut costs-was largely ... Campbell stated that the cost overruns and delays in completion of the Stata Center are of no more importance than similar ...
*  Restaurant management
Managing the kitchen staff helps to control food timing, quality, and cost. Kitchen management involves, most importantly, cost ... control and budgeting. The Sous Chef (or Kitchen Manager) oversees the daily kitchen operations. He or she acts also as the ...
*  Medicine
Martin Sipkoff (January 2004). "Transparency called key to uniting cost control, quality improvement". Managed Care. Laokri S, ... significant costs and barriers remain. Separation of prescribing and dispensing is a practice in medicine and pharmacy in which ...
*  APTIS
Gourvish, Terry (2002). "Cost Control and Investment in the post-Serpell Railway". Chapter 6 In. British Rail: 1974-97: From ... Ford, Roger (1984). "Technology Update: Ticket issuing and revenue control". In: Modern Railways, Volume 41, May 1984, Pages ...
*  Beverage industry
Principles of Food, Beverage, and Labor Cost Controls. Paul R. Dittmer, J. Desmond Keefe. John Wiley & Sons. 3 December 2008 ...
*  Kaizen costing
... focuses on "cost reduction" rather than "cost control". Kaizen costing takes into consideration costs related to ... Kaizen costing is a cost reduction system. Yasuhiro Monden defines kaizen costing as "the maintenance of present cost levels ... Costs of supply chain Legal costs Manufacturing costs Waste Recruitment costs Marketing, sales and distribution Product ... Prior to kaizen costing, when the products are under development phase, target costing is applied. After targets have been set ...
*  New Melones Dam
The federal Flood Control Act of 1944 authorized the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to build a 355-foot (108 m) arch dam with a ... However, the cost-benefit analysis conducted for the project, then known as "New Melones I", did not justify the construction ... The Flood Control Act of 1962 authorized the final design of the dam - changing it from an arch to an embankment dam, ... By controlling the flows of the Stanislaus River, the dam and reservoir make available 200,000 to 280,000 acre⋅ft (250,000 to ...
*  Process costing
Managers need to maintain cost control over the manufacturing process. Process costing provides managers with feedback that can ... such as job costing) in some ways. In process costing unit costs are more like averages, the process-costing system requires ... Process costing is a type of operation costing which is used to ascertain the cost of a product at each process or stage of ... It assigns average costs to each unit, and is the opposite extreme of Job costing which attempts to measure individual costs of ...