net cost

net cost

An accounting term that can be translated into medical practice based on National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidance as the cost-saving for each piece of clinical guidance. For example, for NICE Guidance CG34 (hypertension), the net cost is -£446,627/105 population.
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Arconic continued its progress on cost reduction; in the fourth quarter, the company delivered net cost savings of $68M or 2.
An increase in the net-cost-of-insurance expenditures at Medicare, Medicaid and other government health programs drove up the total rate of increase in the net cost of health insurance to 7.
Contract award notice: service contract for the provision of consulting services to verify the situation regarding costs, revenues and capital employed associated with the provision of services within the universal service, the underlying demand offset the net cost of providing universal service for the year 2015 and consulting services to update the value weighted average cost of capital.
While other approaches may also be prudent, this net cost analysis offers committees a transparent and reasonable way to satisfy their duties.
NHS figures say the average net cost of a single prescription of Champix - not including discounts, fees or dispensing costs - was PS34 in 2013/14.
Overall US financial bailout costs look cheap compared to past crises, with the final net cost of US Treasury rescue efforts likely under $25 billion, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said on Thursday.
The packages drew the ire of Brooklyn's Jewish community, prompting the food chain's owners, the Shnayder family, to pull the packages from the shelves in all four of Net Cost Market=92s Brooklyn locations.
Ina previous analysis of the cross-Canada recycling data on which this article is in part based, the net cost of residential recycling was estimated to be $124.
Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates' Gary Mayzlin arranged a 15,000 s/f lease for Net Cost Market at 3155 Amboy Rd.
A council report states: "The estimated net cost of the trip with 10 young people and three paid qualified youth leaders would be pounds 4,000.
Current trends withstanding, RRAD will realize over $100 million of net cost avoidance by the end of 2006.
Stepped-up screening of legal Mexican immigrants, by comparison, would require $329 million to prevent 401 imported cases of TB, a huge net cost.