administrative cost

Administrative Cost

Managed care A cost incurred by the "business" end of a health care facility or university—e.g., staffing and personnel costs, nursing home and hospital administration, insurance, and overhead expenses. See Indirect costs.

administrative cost

Managed care A cost incurred by the 'business' end of a health care facility or university–eg, staffing and personnel costs, nursing home and hospital administration, insurance, and overhead expenses. See Indirect costs.
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We are excited about the addition of the administrative cost report to the annual financial analysis of Medicaid risk-based managed care reporting," said Jeremy D.
This report discusses (1) for selected recipients, the types of administrative activities performed and administrative costs incurred under the ESG program, and the extent to which grant proceeds cover these administrative costs; (2) how the ESG program's allowance for administrative costs compares with administrative cost allowances for selected other targeted federal homeless grant programs, plus selected other HUD formula-based grant programs; and (3) how the nature or amount of administrative costs might be different under changes Congress made to the ESG program in the HEARTH Act that expand the types of activities that may be funded.
As a result of the implementation of McDATA's SANavigator, MSI has converted administrative cost labor hours to billable hours, enabled the company to keep pace with future customer acquisitions and has increased the addressable market of its customers through the implementation of a non-invasive management application.
a) Administrative cost means those costs which are specifically identified with negotiating, processing and consummating the loan.
As explained by the Preamble to the final regulations, "the test considering only voucher provider fees is a comparatively simple bright line test," whereas "[a] test that depends on the employer's internal administrative cost would necessarily be complex.
State agencies reported implementing cost-saving initiatives, and while OCSE has helped state agencies manage costs, it has conducted a limited number of administrative cost audits to help ensure the appropriate use of federal funds.
The per-capita governmental administrative cost is one category of the per-capita total expenditures selected specifically to quantify administrative costs.
4 million of plan assets in excess of projected liabilities and administrative cost on a present value basis.
The average administrative cost for individual policies is 70 percent.
Over a fairly wide range of transactions, the administrative cost of complying with the GST tends to be fixed.
Also, MAMSI has achieved administrative cost levels far below those of the industry.
While former DCFS Director David Sanders wrote a memo before he left the county last year, estimating that $369 million would be available, some officials now say several factors have cut into the program's funding, including an increase in fees paid to foster-care agencies and a spike in administrative costs.

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