Most significantly, Blue Cross imposed a "Prudent Buyer
" policy on physicians participating in competing HMOs, which required them to give no competing health plan a more favorable price than they gave to Blue Cross.
Cost or pricing data are defined broadly as facts that reasonably prudent buyers
and sellers would expect to affect price negotiations significantly and contribute to the soundness of estimates of future costs.
will ask for a last-minute walk-through just before the closing.
But armed with some knowledge and a little spare cash, prudent buyers
are still able to pick up fine examples of early English domestic and "display" pewter every bit as fine as the silver equivalent and at a fraction of the cost.
Although underestimated at the beginning of the negotiations, this preliminary inquiry is crucial and it is wise to be followed properly by prudent buyers
who are eager to avoid any unpleasant surprises or obstacles which may lead to a lengthy and costly litigation battle.
Van der Bunt's enforced bluntness helped sniff out prudent buyers
while snuffing out miscreants.
Liberals ignore the business maxim that goods or services offered at a competitive price will always attract prudent buyers
, and that there are boundless opportunities outside the EU, with China and India.
As we all know, demand tends to inflate prices beyond common-sense valuations, making deal structures more aggressive and creating an environment in which more prudent buyers
are disadvantaged because potential sellers believe their practices are worth more.
How are prudent buyers
and sellers to satisfy themselves that the values being guided truly reflect current circumstances?
The inherent ability to manipulate RTP streams as a pre-integrated function is, therefore, something that prudent buyers
should look for when selecting an IP-based contact center solution.