noncompliance


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the condition or practice of not obeying

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Specifically, noncompliance among the cartel's members rose to 25 percent in July, the highest since the agreement was inked in January.
Keywords: assessment, compliance, noncompliance, treatment
The impact of medication noncompliance in patients with schizophrenia is reflected in increased hospital readmission rates.
A similar legal criterion was used for alcohol usage; if the rider had a blood alcohol level above the legal limit, then the mishap was categorized as "willful noncompliance," whereas if the rider had alcohol in their blood, but the amount was below the legal limit, then the mishap was categorized as unintentional non-compliance with respect to intoxicants.
This noncompliance would correspond to billions of dollars of lost tax revenue.
Alleged noncompliance in the audits were divided into five categories, including cases where the carrier could not show compliance with the AD; instances where additional records were needed to prove compliance; and cases where the air carrier completed the work, but had to apply for an alternate means of compliance approval.
of Georgia, Athens) discusses the issue of noncompliance with medications, compliance behavior, effects, and how pharmacists can influence patients, emphasizing how to improve and maintain compliant behavior.
The tax gap represents, in dollar terms, the annual amount of noncompliance with current tax laws.
Results from the COMPLy (Compliance, Modalities by Population, Lifestyle and Geography) survey show that noncompliance is a global phenomenon that varies widely among countries, and is associated with patient age, dosage regimen, and patient attitudes toward their physicians.
Noncompliance rates ranged from 10% in the Netherlands to 44% in China.
The last two IRS Commissioners broadened that target by emphasizing across-the-board tax noncompliance by individuals, businesses of all sizes, and even tax-exempt entities.
Perhaps that is why, in 1993, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed an amendment to its regulations requiring car manufacturers to notify dealers of safety defects and noncompliance of vehicles within five days of informing the agency.
A management decision to totally disassemble and reassemble a broken documentation system using the same parts (persons, policies, practices) predictably yielded the same noncompliance.