calendarization

calendarization

(ˌkæləndəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

calendarisation

n
the process of calendarizing
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"In addition to the safety aspects, these formats provide a platform to better deliver medicines to patients with calendarization, supplemental literature, patient education, and many other support tools to realize better health outcomes," says Schroeder.
Due to the calendarization of the company's fiscal quarter end dates, the 2017 first half had 3% more business days compared to the 2016 first half.
CPM tools are available to perform calendarization, different forms of cost assignment, and even activity-based analysis.
The newer, leaner production company "allows us to make more modestly budgeted films so that we can control the content and the calendarization," Davis explains.
The calendarization of the product also highlights the need to refill the prescription in the final week, and graphics demonstrate the push and pull mechanism for accessing the child resistant protection for the package.
The earnings decline was primarily due to previously disclosed issues in sterile manufacturing, combined with weakness in the company's contract sales business and the calendarization of certain nonproduct revenues in the oral technologies business.
So we're continuing the EBS rollout, which takes five to six months for each division to fully implement, and also working on a number of initiatives for calendarization of the four-month process of getting garments designed, made and shipped to the U.S.
But account-specific programs are menu-based, not customized, and planning for the most part lacks strategy and calendarization. It offers very little in the way of brand-equity building for either party because it's essentially a shipment-driven concept with limited consumer focus.
Right now, the council is trying to get the FDA's Office of Generic Drugs to move off of its ban on calendarization for generics.