Box 1 illustrates the process of undertaking a pharmaceutical reform in the Republic of Korea in the year 2001.
Box 1. Policy development sequence
A health policy that has proved to be effective in a number of countries may not work in all countries, however. For example, the political power shown by doctors' associations in the Republic of Korea against the 2001 pharmaceutical reform had a critical impact on policy development. Still, the separation between prescription and dispensing of drugs has been approved thanks to a strong commitment of the government and to public support. However, the operation has not been successful so far. Physicians attempt to maintain their income by channeling patients to colluding pharmacies nearby their practice offices. One of the lessons from this policy process is that regulatory instruments need to be foreseen so as to ensure that a policy's objectives will be met.
On average, adult students with PLA credits earned 23.8 14.8 credits through PLA. When examining credits earned by adult students using methods other than ACE credit recommendations for military, the average dropped to 17.1 11.7 credits, or slightly more than the number of credits students typically earn in a half-year of full-time study (based on 15 credits per half-year for “on-time” degree completion). By institution, the average number of PLA credits earned per student (including ACE credit recommendations for military) ranged from a low of 2.7 to a high of 54.8 41.4. At 4-year public and for-profit institutions, the influence of military credits on average PLA credits earned is particularly evident: the average number of PLA credits by adult students at these institutions was larger than the average number of PLA-non-military credits (Figure 4).There was only slight variation in the average number of any PLA credits or non-military PLA credits earned, by sector, except for for-profit institutions where the influence of military credit on average PLA credits earned is particularly evident: the average number of PLA credits earned at for-profits when including ACE credit recommendations for military was 26.3 and when excluding ACE credit recommendations for military was 17.5 (Figure 4). The fact that adult students at 2-year public institutions had roughly the same average number of PLA credits as adult students at 4-year institutions is noteworthy, given that most degrees at the 2-year publics require half the amount of credits.
“And I think we’ve got to move aggressively at the federal level in dealing with the straw man purchasers.”
Cost perYear: Indeterminate
Notes: Related legislation has been introduced in the 113 th Congress, including S. 54 and S. 649, to add additional penalties on buyers who illegally purchase a gun for somebody else. CBO’s estimate for S. 54 determined “that S. 54 would apply to a relatively small number of additional offenders, however, so any increase in costs for law enforcement, court proceedings, or prison operations would not be significant. Any such costs would be subject to the availability of appropriated funds.” It is unclear what additional measures Sanders would pursue.
themselves that college is attainable and important.
These in-kind services funded through State of Virginia dollars are valued at $497 per student peryear.
Serving 20 students peryear for four years, total Action for Progress will be able to provide in-kind match to Jobs Plus project of $39,760.
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Any student who takes ≤ 9 SCH is considered to be part t time and ≥ 9 SCH is considered to be full time.
For those receiving financial support, the average financial support provided per full-time graduate student (including tuition rebate) for the prior year, including research assistantships, teaching assistantships, fellowships, tuition, benefits, etc. that is “out-of-pocket”.
Urgent Issue: Good quality child care is not available to all families.
Data: Only 11% of child care centers and registered family homes in Travis County are Accredited or are Designated Vendors.
Desired Result: Increased number and percentage of child care providers who meet quality standards (staff, curriculum, facilities). [National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), National School Age Care Alliance (NSACA) or National Association of Family Child Care (NAFCC) Accreditations and Child Care Management Services (CCMS) Designated Vendor Program].
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Patient and hospital characteristics
The descriptive statistics stratified by 30-day pneumonia- specific readmission, 30-day pneumonia-unrelated re- admission, and 30-day all-cause readmission are shown in Table 1. In total, 7446 subjects were analyzed. Of all patients hospitalized with pneumonia between 2003 and 2013, 756 (11.2%) were readmitted for pneumonia within 30 days numbered, 665 (9.9%) for other medical problems within 30 days, and 1421 (19.1%) for all causes within 30 days were. The average health care utilization in the prior year was higher in readmission groups than those not readmitted. Patients readmitted for pneumonia within 30 days had higher proportions of septicemia/shock, vas- cular or circulatory disease, COPD, asthma, and liver dis- ease compared to those not readmitted. On the other hand, the patients readmitted for other medical problems or all causes within 30 days showed higher proportions of septicemia/shock, cancer, heart failure, vascular or circula- tory disease, COPD, asthma, renal failure, and liver disease than those who were not readmitted.
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Figure 3. Comparison of Object Based Storage to Traditional Storage (from InfoStor, September 2000).
Areal densities are not expected to growth less than 50% peryear for hard disk drives in the future. That means that hard disk drive capacities for the same number of heads will double every two years at least. Hard disk drive areal density still has a lot of room to grow. Dr. Mark Kryder, Senior VP and Director of Seagate Research at Seagate Technology has said that technology improvements for hard disk drives could allow areal densities in the future as high as 50 TB/square inch (today about 60 GB/square inch magnetic recording densities are common in hard disk drives). No other technology offers the same economics for data and digital media content storage that hard disk drives now offer and will offer in the next 10 years. Hard disk drives are key components in the development of new content creation, archiving, delivery and reception devices. Hard disk drives are also making inroads into mobile consumer applications. There are several drive companies such as Hitachi GST, Cornice, MagicStor and Fujitsu that are developing products for mobile consumer applications.
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