noncomplex

noncomplex

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmplɛks)
adj
not complex or complicated; simple
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Those numbers do not reflect over 30 completed cases which have successfully been tried or pled, or the many declinations, referrals for reevaluations, and numerous consultations on noncomplex cases.
out-of-home placements, continued 3-5 placements 4458 28.1% 6-8 placements 1070 6.7% 9 + placements 534 3.4% Age at first placement (for >1 placement) 0-3 7876 49.7% 4-11 6270 39.5% 12+ 1716 10.8% PMCA Nonchronic 126 604 69.9% Chronic noncomplex 38 167 21.1% Chronic complex 16 405 9.1% Mental health condition 71 761 39.6% Substance use disorder 44 142 24.4% Arrest or conviction 57 737 31.9% Homeless 41417 22.9% Number of parent risk factors (ACEs) 0 38 472 21.2% 1-3 88 610 48.9% 4-6 43 442 24.0% 7+ 10 652 5.9% ACEs, Adverse Childhood Experiences; No., number; PMCA, Pediatric Medical Complexity Algorithm.
At present, he said AI is still in its nascent stages and being for noncomplex tasks that is seldom used by companies as still prefer humans over AI due to lower costs.
PROVIDENCE, R.I: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System completed its review of Citizens Financial Group, Inc.'s 2018 Capital Plan in connection with its Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review of the nation's 17 large and noncomplex bank holding companies not subject to qualitative review and has not objected to the Plan, Citizens Financial Group, Inc.
Citizens Financial Group announced that the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has completed its review of the company's 2018 Capital Plan in connection with its Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review of the nation's 17 large and noncomplex bank holding companies not subject to qualitative review and has not objected to the Plan.
With noncomplex, homogenous types of risks, particularly for small commercial business, you can foresee a world where three-quarters of policies are processed on a straight-through basis or untouched - and improvements in artificial intelligence can even get that number closer to 100 percent.
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 make these kinds of technology purchases more likely, one working group of the 809 panel is dedicated toward streamlining "noncomplex acquisitions less than $15 million" and another working group geared towards making the DoD's buying practices "more adaptable and agile," borrowing the tech sector's terminology for development taking place at a fast pace and with constantly shifting requirements.
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.
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.