51, 58 (2004) (noting that "[p]ost-assessment, precollection
review is generally prohibited by the Anti-Injunction Act"); John K.
The article provides a detailed look at a biosurveillance project: the precollection
research to better target collection areas; the multiyear collection effort itself; and the extensive work required to identify the collected specimens and then analyze the results against historical data.
Ionized calcium determinations: precollection
variables, specimen choice, collection, and handling; approved guideline.
As for formal controls, Monnalisa relies on formal precollection
meetings (such as the collection briefing) to monitor product quality, time, and costs.
2004, Sathre and Gustavsson 2011), which would support the assumption that emissions from precollection
activities should be taken into account.
HRRG was also formed to focus on reducing complaints and providing feedback to help TeamHealth improve revenue recovery while accounts remained in active billing and precollection
234) Therefore, New York has amended its tax law and adopted regulations to enable it to collect these taxes by precollection
of the tax and dual allocation mechanisms (the coupon and prior approval systems).
An improved speciation method for mercury by GC/CVAFS after aqueous phase ethylation and room temperature precollection
The achieved accuracy and precision may be attributed--at least in part--to precollection
When viewing the data this way, the variability in mortality could be in part due to the health and precollection
stress level of a horseshoe crab, which can differ from its counterparts.
At the four-month point, uncollected accounts will either be written-off, sued in Small Claims, Municipal or Superior court, handled by an attorney, turned over to a collection agency or have a precollection
letter series used on them.
When inbound call volume is low, she will place outbound precollection
reminder calls and customer service calls.