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Facility

A loan extended by a bank to a business in need of operating capital. This may take several forms, from a short-term loan to a line of credit. Different banks have different facility plans for their clients who own or run businesses. See also: Debt financing.
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In late 2004, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) told Quality Improvement Organizations and State Survey Agencies that its culture change project involved encouraging 5% of facilities to operate without physical restraints.
NABL and other groups, including members of the recycling community, have sought clarification of the no-value test since the mid- 1990s, when the IRS performed a number of audits of borrowers that used tax-exempt bonds to finance recycling facilities.
Expenses for goods, services and facilities provided to nonemployees as either compensation or a prize.
The $138 million NCCF houses up to 2,900 inmates and is part of the Los Angeles County Correctional System (LACCS), one of the largest in the Nation with 11 separate facilities.
An Overview of the Rehabilitation Facilities Movement by C.
A qualified continuing care facility is one or more facilities designed to provide services under continuing care contracts.
SMI provides both business development and operational services that bring together top-tier facilities services providers to give multinational and global companies the flexibility to structure facilities services contracts that transcend national borders.
When it comes to dilemmas faced by lower-volume production facilities, one of the toughest problems is automating and increasing throughput in the cleaning room.
During Frances, I assisted Florida Health Care Association staff and other volunteers to work with SNFs and assisted living facilities [ALFs].
More recently, facilities have relied on behavioral consultants such as psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers to treat residents with dysfunctional behavior.
Community facilities are essentially those facilities that provide health, educational, social or religious services to residents.

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