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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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Finally, the incremental investment is multiplied by an annual charge factor to determine the incremental cost of service.(6) The annual charge factor is a function of the cost of capital, depreciation, maintenance, and other support activities.
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The divisional incremental costs, equations (13) and (14), represent the cost of adding the production of transplants and related services, respectively, to division two.
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The average incremental cost per outpatient visit is lower for chain than for independent hospitals [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
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He said the incremental cost of federalism would still fit within the annual budget increase of the government.
The components of the total estimated incremental cost included the following: Senate with 12 new senators (P2.9 billion); House of Representatives with 108 new lawmakers (P4.06 billion); Regional Assembly with 450 new Regional Assemblymen (P1.08 billion); Additional budget for Federated Region for Personal Services and Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses, which is on top of Regional Director or Staff Budget for 18 Federated Regions (less Bangsamoro) (P3.4 billion); Capital Expenditures and Contingency Fund for 18 Federated Regions (less Bangsamoro) (P850 million); and Federal Intergovernmental Commission (P1 billion).
The company said it would not raise retail or wholesale prices for its dealers, and expects the tariffs to result in incremental costs of $30 million to $45 million for the rest of 2018.
President Donald Trump signed a new executive order demanding that for every new regulation implemented by a federal government agency, two such regulations must in turn be "repealed." The new legislation, (https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/politics/trump-promises-to-reduce-regulations-in-meeting-with-small-business-owners/2017/01/30/ade42f3a-e6fd-11e6-903d-9b11ed7d8d2a_video.html) announced shortly after meeting with business owners in the White House Monday morning, during which he (http://www.ibtimes.com/tesla-ford-lockheed-martin-meet-trump-president-promises-cut-regulations-taxes-2479587) promised to cut regulations , also stated that "the total incremental cost of all new regulations," including those previously repealed, must be "no greater than zero." 

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