average charge

average charge

The sum of total charges divided by the number of patient discharges.
Average charge lends itself to further mathematical manipulation—e.g., by multiplying it by a projected number of discharges to predict future resource use.
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Iveco's patented flexible charging modes meanwhile allow the NDE to recharge in public or in private infrastructure, by connecting to fast charging stations for an average charge time of just two hours.
Packaged bank accounts, which on average charge PS150 a year, have been criticised because the suite of services they offer such as car, mobile phone and holiday insurance can often be bought more cheaply elsewhere.
In its analysis, SEIU found that the average charge for the same procedure "varied wildly" at different Oregon hospitals.
Labour will seek to reassure them the average charge will be closer to PS3,000, rather than the suggested PS15,000.
The regulator has said bills will have an average charge of [euro]278 for two adults, but those who fail to register will not receive an annual free household allowance equivalent to [euro]146.
Average charge ratios for government-run hospitals are just 235 percent of their costs.
While the industry has been working to improve transparency and the average charge on new pension schemes set up in 2012 is around 0.
com has stated that the average charge on withdrawal from an ATM outside the bank's network is 4 dollars per transaction, marking a record high.
From April 1, the company plans increases taking the average charge per househould to PS406pa.
Cyprus is ranked second, with an average charge of e1/40.
the average charge to patients for a private sight test, excluding 'no charge', discounts and special offers, was 21.
Their average charge per car is $160-$200 which included the installation.