Timeliness


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Timeliness

A source of competitive advantage that depends on being the first to enter a given market with a product or service.

Timeliness

A system for rating stocks according to earnings and price performance. A stock being rated for timeliness is assigned a letter between A and E, with A indicating the highest earnings and price performance. A stock with a high timeliness rating usually has a higher return in the short term, but also tends to be more volatile than a stock with a lower rating.
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Improving timeliness of payments to community providers is a critical element in VAs goal of building a community care program that is easy to understand, simple to administer and meets the needs of Veterans and their families, community providers and VA staff.
Considering that acceptability and timeliness can be evaluated only if the information system is reliable, indicators related to these attributes were calculated only in micro-regions with a median completeness above or equal to 70%.
Since 2008, annual average processing times for IDES cases have steadily climbed, while the percentage of cases meeting established timeliness goals declined.
What is the communication timeliness of instructors for direct feedback on students' assignments?
In this regard, there is a strong reason to initiate a new research to develop a mathematical-based model specifically for measuring the timeliness of handheld application usage.
He found that content, creditability and quantity bring significant positive impact over buying decision, but timeliness has no significant influence on buying decision.
The latest letter shows that from August 2007 through January 2008, Indiana improved its timeliness rate to nearly 89 percent.
There was no significant association between timeliness of care and nonurgent ED use.
The guide outlines the anti-discrimination requirements that all co-op boards must follow, with regards to the application process, interview, and timeliness of responses.
Contents include data presented in tabular form for these fourteen indicators: (1) Timeliness of Services; (2) Natural Environments; (3) Child Outcomes; (4) Family Outcomes; (5) Birth to One Comparison Data; (6) Birth through Two Comparison Data; (7) Timeliness of IFSPs; (8) Timeliness of Transitions; (9) Statewide Monitoring of Corrections and Noncompliance; (10) Timeliness of Written Complaints; (11) Timeliness of Due Process Hearings; (12) Resolution Sessions; (13) Mediation Agreements; and (14) Timeliness and Accuracy of State Reported Data.
The real issues, he stressed, are the timeliness and accuracy of the decisions banded down by VA claims workers.