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  • Touchable Untouchable Case Study

    Power”. Human Nature has shown that the more rare, expensive or unattainable something is, the more desirable it becomes. Consumers might not consider purchasing a BMW if it were priced similar to a KIA, the essence of luxury is directly linked to the cost to obtain it. Price will dictate quality, therefore the less you dangle your highest point producers the more other owners will covet them. Fantasy foes will often inquire about your best players, offering you trade packages in efforts to…

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  • Benefits Of POCT Technology

    provide many benefits such as, reduced testing time, decreased turnaround time, increased portability, and improved accuracy of results, high costs have inhibited many facilities from purchasing and using POCT technologies. Finding a way to reduce the cost of POCT technologies could save many lives through the aforementioned processes. Three solutions have…

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  • Final Case Studies: Atrium Bio-Medical Supply, Inc.

    able to create the said system, and if expertise is lacking then third-party vendors may need to be brought in to design the said system. In-house designed software may also be harder to transfer to new platforms in the future which results in more costs. Pros of purchasing Purchasing software systems can often be the best solution if it is affordable. Purchased systems can offer technical support, and often times customization. Purchased systems are often easier to scale-up, which is…

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  • Jeffrey Miron Drug War Crimes

    prohibitionists and people in favor of the legalization. However, his main point is that prohibition, rather than drug use, causes the evils typically attributed to drugs. Miron offers a balanced, sophisticated and in-depth analysis of the true costs, benefits, and consequences of strictly enforcing drug prohibition. He argues that…

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  • Case Study: The Social Cost Of Uber

    The Social Cost of Uber In today’s society, businesses are more competitive than ever. Innovation levels are at an all time high and in order to be successful in today’s market you need a business model that is both sustainable and profitable. Applications are among the top profit generating businesses in today’s world. How do you create an application that keeps raking in the profits? Well, self services seem to be the trending idea. You have Handy’s for home services, Postmates for restaurant…

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  • Riverside Community Hospital Executive Summary

    Community hospital is a small non-profit hospital, with about 210 beds available for patient use (HAP 2010). Riverside hospital has recently come into serious competition with a for-profit hospital in their area, and Riverside is worried that the cost of services in their area will skyrocket. Though Riverside has strengths, the hospital also has financial weaknesses that need to be addressed. Riverside Community Hospital has an overspending issue, and by analysis Riverside Financial situation…

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  • Ev71 Essay

    Background Main Goals To find out the origin, population dynamics, natural selection, and seasona periodicity of the VP1 gen of EV71 (common cause of hand, foot, and mouth disease(HFMD)). To get a better understanding of the disease. How Did the Main Questions Raise Up? Human EV71 is known as one of the most common causes of the hand, foot, and mouth disease which is often occur in young children and infants. The EV71 was first found in the United States in 1969 and then the EV71 associated…

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  • Theory Of Span Of Control

    where span of control reaches its maximum capacity to be effective, and if you add more to this, then that adds no value or could even be damaging. For example, span of control of 5 indicate that 5 employees report to one manager. This also can be a ratio by dividing the organizational total number of non-managers by the total number of managers. For example, a unit…

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  • Hospital Staffing

    Should the government require hospitals to meet specified staff to patient ratios, or allow the hospital to make decisions about staffing levels, even if it means fewer staff working longer hours? This is a question that affects millions of hospitals and also effects protocols in hospitals all over the world. I rarely visit the hospital, but if I go to the hospital and it’s a very serious case will I be treated quickly enough? Registered nurses have long recognized and continue to…

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  • Independent Variables In High School

    The income you earn or what your parents can be known as the independent variable since you can change how much money you can earn depending on where you work. While the dependent variable would be going to the institution because you will get the chance to be in the school that you want to, but it depends on your SAT’s, grades, and other activities you have done in your high school year. Another independent variable is the major because depending on the classes you take, it can determine the…

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