noncomplex

noncomplex

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmplɛks)
adj
not complex or complicated; simple
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Thirty-six percent of children enrolled in Medicaid have noncomplex chronic diseases (NC-CDs), such as asthma, diabetes, or depression, accounting for a third of Medicaid pediatric expenditures, according to a retrospective, cross-sectional analysis.
To calculate the associations between Medicare payment and service volume for complex and noncomplex cataract surgeries.
The Bar should continue to support the efforts of the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice to find ways to expand access for low- and moderate-income individuals, including developing user-friendly forms and instructional videos in noncomplex matters.
Low-grade dysplasia is defined as architecturally noncomplex crypts with stratification of nuclei to the point where the nuclei reach the lower half of cytoplasm.
Among other changes, the proposal would tailor the Federal Reserve's Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) to remove certain large and noncomplex firms from the qualitative assessment of CCAR.
The EME measure is suitable for images with attributes like noncomplex segments, uniform background in segments, small targets in segments, nonperiodic pattern in segments, and little to no randomness in segments.
No previous assessment was performed prior to the exposure to complex cases to ensure that basic foundational nursing skills for noncomplex cases were achieved.
Results: Complex patients were found to differ significantly from noncomplex patients based on factors associated with complexity.
Define what complex health issues are, and analyse how communication differs between noncomplex and complex health issues with different audiences;
There is a growing realization on the part of governments, he says, that the asset that community pharmacy represents, in its over 9,000 accessible pharmacies and the ability of pharmacists to deal with many of the noncomplex patient conditions that currently clog both physician's offices and ER departments of hospitals, deserves to be fully utilized.
Project managers who can manage noncomplex projects and assist managers with a complex project will be eligible for ' C' level certification.