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caseload

The total number of patients managed by a particular health care professional or agency.
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Prior the passage of PRWORA, most studies that have analyzed fluctuations in welfare caseloads primarily focused on factors like the strength of the economy and the generosity of welfare benefits.
According to Jonski and Mankowski (2014), the model used by Beenstock and Haitovksy (2004) must be viewed with care, therefore, even acting as homo economicus, judges draw negative utility from increasing caseloads, because this may diminish their prestige and prospects for promotion and incentives.
Playing a political role to support the Labor Opposition rather than a constructive one to help vulnerable children, the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has misrepresented data to make alarming claims, such as 320 children supposedly being in excess of caseload.
At the same time our complex, and often less visible, caseload for domestic abuse, child abuse, modern day slavery and child sexual exploitation continues to grow.
Alongside manageable caseloads, securing arrangements for having time off was one of the most significant features of sustainable practice.
Because primary care physicians are in short supply, many had full caseloads even before the number of OHP patients ballooned.
It's frustrating and demoralizing for frontline workers that the central office is not validating the high caseloads publicly.
We have approved aggregate or systemic relief in a number of cases where public defenders were experiencing excessive caseloads or where the offices were underfunded.
Typically, more experienced adjusters can shoulder higher caseloads than newbies.
The report adds social workers have caseloads that are "high and difficult to manage to ensure effective care planning for children.
The book recommends a number of reforms, including "more extensive involvement in public defense by private lawyers, who are supervised and adequately compensated, thus reducing excessive caseloads frequently imposed on public defenders, and the use of free market principles in which clients are able to select their own lawyers who are pre-qualified to furnish competent and diligent representation.