cost model


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cost model

(in the United States) a managed care system in which all components of patient care are defined as costs as opposed to sources of revenue.
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4) provide technical assistance on the cost model during the preparation of the Commission's legislative proposals for a Eurorate for voice termination services on fixed networks.
What it does mean is that managerial costing professionals can now assess how closely aligned their cost models are to the principles outlined in the Framework.
With cost models, there can be a better understanding of what are fair and appropriate cost drivers and greater control of government costs to help mitigate procurement challenges.
The main difference between the fully allocated cost model and the contribution model is "the cost to determine relationship profitability" versus "looking at relationship contribution over variable cost.
a) entity applies the cost model (assets are valued at cost less any accumulated depreciation and any accumulated impairment losses),
Six companies participated in the test cost model project team: Agilent Technologies Inc.
The Flashlight Cost Model handbook is available for a small fee.
Case Study: Cubic Cost Model to Estimate the Marginal Cost of Providing Electricity to End Users
The specific objectives of the study are to 1) further develop and/or update the cost model developed in 20152016 in the study Assessment of the cost of providing wholesale roaming services in the EU SMART 2015/0006, in order to estimate the efficient costs (including proportionate allocation of joint and common costs) of providing wholesale roaming services (including voice, SMS and data roaming services) in the EEA; 2) to estimate these costs for a generic mobile network operator in each EEA country; 3) validate the cost model and its outcome with national regulatory authorities; 4) in case the Commission decides to propose to amend the wholesale roaming regulation, provide technical assistance on the cost model during the legislative process.
A better way is to calculate the desired dollar profit per molding line shift based on the cost model.
A number of subcommittees also have been established to explore issues ranging from improving the current historical cost model and examining fair value approaches to issues relating to timing and methods for accessing information.
To further expand our understanding of automobile recycling economics," Fisher added, "the Automotive Group has also developed a technical cost model for the recycling of scrapped automobiles.