differential cost

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the increase or decrease in costs as a result of one more or one less unit of output

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While high across-the-board cost sharing can create financial barriers to access, TNs employ differential cost sharing to influence patient choices of care options.
Combining differential survivorship and differential cost of the sexes is:
Some authors note that the correct transfer price when the seller is operating under capacity should be set equal to differential cost alone.
But first, two key points warrant emphasis: (1) a make-versus-buy cost analysis should use a differential cost perspective and (2) the analysis should cover a multi-year period and discount future cash flows to their present value.
The differential cost over standard beatings is easily justified in wind turbine generator applications, especially for high speed and generator shafting.
aureus infections have focused on the differential cost of MRSA and MSSA infections (22,23) and are case studies of outbreaks in single hospitals.
The fund will pay for the differential cost of telemedical carrier service in rural areas, "which usually costs $3,000 to $4,000 a month," Sanders estimates, adding that, "In urban communities the the cost is less than $300 to $400 a month.
The result will be a further reduction in the differential cost of patient visits to specialists compared to PCPs.
22) Moreover, while the differential cost of Middle Eastern oil is sizable, it never the less appears as differential rent in the global price.
A differential cost is the difference between options.
If under screening the supplied products are found not to be as per specification or in case of the contractor failing to meet the timelines of the supply the purchase will be done from other sources and the differential cost will be borne by the contractor.
For respondents selecting cardiologists (and likewise for those selecting a dermatologist), one-third were presented a set of tiers with no differential cost sharing (Tier 1 copayment U.
Concepts and methods for managerial decision making are then introduced, including the strategic management of costs, quality, and time; cost behavior and methods of estimating cost driver rates; financial modeling; differential cost and revenue analysis; and long-run capital budgeting.
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