incremental cost


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incremental cost

Clinical decision-making The additional financial resources, beyond the cost of usual care, that may be required when changing from one therapeutic option to another. Cf Incremental effect.
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c) In furtherance of the requirement of subsection (a) of this section, any new incremental costs associated with new regulations shall, to the extent permitted by law, be offset by the elimination of existing costs associated with at least two prior regulations.
By using incremental costs, our frontline people will now be able to see the impact of adding new accounts," notes Canina.
It is only when the customer actually flies using the ticket acquired with the voucher that the airline incurs the incremental costs.
The incremental cost is $134,273 per life-year saved for surveillance, which included mammograms, gynecologic exams, and Pap smears.
Many factors are involved in calculating the estimated incremental cost of transporting a free travel award passenger.
Comparing P1's incremental cost to its $40,000 stand-alone cost results in a $15,000 benefit to P1 if it joins P2,FR.

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