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Quantifiable

Can be expressed as a number. The results of quantifiable psychological tests can be translated into numerical values, or scores.
Mentioned in: Psychological Tests
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Quality Improvement -- Demonstrated a quantifiable or qualitative change to improve patient outcomes and/or satisfaction
Faster, more scalable, and cheaper aren't meaningful value propositions unless the benefit is quantifiable.
Response #1: Given the diversity in the size of taxpayers, a quantifiable number would be difficult to derive.
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The significant quantifiable results of this program, coupled with the more elusive but tremendously positive emotional responses from the residents, clearly gives credence and validity to this innovative intervention.
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While scientific supremacy has begun to retreat in recent years, the mass migration of academics in the 1970s toward quantifiable subjects continues to echo.
com/research/8447fe/national_australia) has announced the addition of the "National Australia Bank Case Study: Achieving Quantifiable Returns with Social Media" company profile to their offering.
And many--if not most--of the purported benefits are not quantifiable.
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