The average yearly enrollment during 1998-2006 of 36,000 was used for calculating case rates
for all students (5).
Overall and clustered tuberculosis case rates
during 2 periods in 3 urban districts of Madrid, Spain * Case rate
/100,000 persons ([dagger]) Characteristic Overall p value Clustered All cases Period 1 30.
The Treasury Department was recognized for the greatest reduction in injury and illness case rates
The NPRA data mirrors the OSHA 300A form and includes the Total Recordable Incidence Rate; Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred Rate; Day Count Rate; and Fatality and Days Away from Work Case Rate
3 Firm To Ensure Safe Delivery Of The Material To The Consignee 4 In Case Rate
Of Excise Duty And Sales Tax Not Specified Offer Shall Be Evaluated With Maximum Rate Of Ed And St Quoted By Any Firm Against This Tender.
Being the only engineering and construction company to be honored this year, Kinetics is especially proud of their lost-time case rate
for 2004 of 0.
compensation, which combines a base salary with a case rate
for each new patient seen, achieves this goal, Dr.
In Russia, the case rate
of rabies in humans remains constant (7 to 16 annual cases over the past 10 years).
The PROS Hospital Optimization System, currently in use at Texas Children's Hospital, uses forecasts of patient demand for provider resources to determine resource groupings, optimal prices, and packaging strategies (discount of charges, case rate
, per diem, etc.
The number of tuberculosis cases in the United States continues to decline, but the case rate
in foreign-born individuals in this country remains far higher than in U.
Because of the high rate in the postwar period, however, the TB case rate
remains higher in Japan than in other countries.
The new contract migrates toward a new structure highlighting a blended per diem and case rate
, and away from traditional stop loss provisions.