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risk analysis

Health insurance The process of determining what benefits to offer and premium to charge a particular group Managed care The combination of risk assessment and risk evaluation, performed at a particular point in time
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Table 3 demonstrates the precision of regression risk analysis. The widths of the confidence intervals (based on 1,000 bootstrapped replications) are similar to those from Poisson regression.
In the foreign investment environment, political risk analysis is defined as "the analysis of the probability that factors caused or influenced by the (in)actions or reactions of stakeholders within a political system to events outside or within a country, will affect investment and business climates in such a way that investors will lose money or not make as much money as they expected when the initial decision to investment was made".
At the present time, the study of risk acceptance criteria of risk analysis is a hot research point to which a great number of researchers pay attention in the world (M.H.Faber; 2003, Li Dianqing et al; 2003).
RiskWatch's HIPAA-WATCH FOR SECURITY software provides a complete solution for healthcare organizations who are seeking a way to automate the risk analysis that can be used to baseline and benchmark security for protected health information, as HIPAA requires.
Based on threats determined in the Risk Analysis. If your facility is highly automated, this may take a higher priority.
The risk analysis has been under development since early 2000.
Risk analysis is an excellent descriptor for this strategy.
A major component of the service is a thorough risk identification process by both DigitalMojo and Willis, in which a risk analysis report is provided to the customer, identifying the company's current exposures and what the financial impact would be in a breach of security situation.
AN APPLICATION OF GIS FOR RISK ANALYSIS AND ROUTING OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.
On the basis of a new survey-administered mock juror experiment, Kip Viscusi suggests that a corporate defendant "[u]ndertaking even a sound risk analysis in line with that used by government regulators" actually increases the magnitude of punitive damage verdicts, even when the corporation's analysis "may have struck an appropriate risk-cost balance."(1) This finding should not surprise us in light of the tremendous controversy that followed the revelation that on the basis of a benefit-cost analysis, the Ford Motor Company decided against an eleven dollar safety alteration in each Ford Pinto, despite their anticipation that this could prevent almost two hundred burn deaths.(2)
Strategic risk analysis is a structured process for overcoming these traps.
A British firm, WS Atkins, has won a call-off contract to provide technical support to the National Centre for Risk Analysis and Options Appraisal within the UK Environment Agency.

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