cost control


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cost control

ncontrollo dei costi
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Patient management and cost control take a close relationship between the company physician, the compensation manager and the injured employee.
How effective are different cost control measures and how widely are they employed?
The subject is Kiiruu School Centre new building developer support and cost control at Kiiruuntie 4, FI-31400 Somero.
A significant challenge in aligning strategic planning and cost control lies in linking long-term strategic goals and short-term operating activities, including specific cost-control targets.
ESPOO, Finland, October 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia today introduces a new solution called Nokia Cost Control.
If we in higher education take the lead in cost control, efficiency, and effectiveness, then we're going to have the chance to restore public trust and justify an increase in public investment.
The line organization is responsible for production, quality, and cost control.
The survey also indicated that individual consumers aren't comfortable with their employer's ability to make decisions about health care coverage--an opinion that bodes ill for future cost control.
Though all of the features that make it unique from its CRV cousin are designed to appeal to first-time buyers in the 16-29 age group, it's the systems approach to cost control that will determine whether or not they can afford to own one.
But he noted a pilot program for a cost control system is already under way in Local District A in the San Fernando Valley and will soon expand to the whole district.
In our study, we found that where cost control was approached in a systematic, overall fashion, cost-control measures were most effective.
They also understood the requisite principles that would have to guide comprehensive reform: a standardized benefits package that would be available regardless of preexisting conditions or employment; universal coverage; pooling the risk of all individuals to distribute the financial burden; standardizing payment forms to reduce bureaucracy; and finally, a built-in mechanism to ensure cost control.