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Awareness

The process by which, through advertising or word of mouth, a person comes to know of the existence of a product. Awareness is intended to arouse interest and ultimately lead to action.
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13] HCPs also indicated that they had limited training in cost awareness measures, would like cost information to be readily available, and that such information would possibly improve patient outcomes.
Poor cost awareness in anaesthesia has been demonstrated for many years.
In the following, the suitability of these processes for standards-compliant sterilization and their process safety, effectiveness, and cost awareness will be compared.
The program continues to focus on ways to increase cost awareness through a new employee orientation program, a medical center newsletter, and development of a cost-awareness videotape.
5] Our data do support the current perception of a lack of drug cost awareness among physicians.
Predictors of cost awareness among healthcare staff also vary.
The counseling program encourages medication cost awareness and adherence for better health outcomes while reducing drug plan costs to the plan sponsor.
BT has worked with a number of customers helping to improve staff motivation, which has subsequently impacted performance levels, through increased cost awareness and recognition of individual achievement.
Cost awareness should be a key part of your planning process.
It gives them an opportunity to learn new ideas, develop better skills, increase their efficiency, develop a concept of budget and cost awareness, and gives them confidence to do a better job and to care about the job they are doing.
Employees have more cost awareness than before and are generally more conservative.
These tools include: the Weapon System Cost Management process identifies total costs to maintain weapon systems across the entire Air Force; the Output Cost Awareness Tool (OCAT) identifies actual costs of labor, material, overhead and contracts to operate at various levels of the organization; the Lean Return On Investment (ROI) methodology provides cost visibility and greatest financial payoff at the value stream level; and the Will-Cost, Should-Cost Management tool helps to bring projects below the baseline budget.

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