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10/26/2020· Healthcare Facilities - Hospitals

Flex Budgets: A Quick Guide For Hospitals

By: Sahel Shwayhat, MBA, FACHE

Hospitals, like most businesses, have budgets. While they all track their performance closely against that budget at the organizational level, many fail to do so with the same rigor at the cost center level, mainly due to lack of dependable reports. In this article, I will explain what flex budgeting is, how it is calculated, and why using it helps the organization.

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10/21/2020· Employment

Expert Witness' Checklist When Reviewing An Employer's Handling Of Workforce / Employee Complaints

By: Aaron T. Olson

Clients need to know what an expert witness does in the review of an employer’s handling of a workforce complaint. The complaint could be regarding discrimination, sexual harassment, misconduct, or retaliation, any of which could potentially lead to the accused’s termination. An expert who has the experience of conducting employment investigations will be able to assess if the employer’s handling of the workforce complaint, actions or omissions was satisfactory or unsatisfactory.

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10/21/2020· Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs

Alcohol-Induced Blackout: How Does Alcohol Impact Memory?

By: Dr. Emin Gharibian

Alcohol-induced blackout is a topic that comes up often in the criminal justice system. It’s not unusual for defendants to have no memory of their behaviors while they were under the influence of alcohol. A common question that arises is “How could have a defendant committed a crime but have no recollection of their actions?”

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10/21/2020· Construction

COVID-19 Claim Management on Construction Projects

By: Long International

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the internal and external project execution environments. The pandemic has caused impacts of varying degrees to nearly every aspect of projects involving the activity of people. Ordinary practices in the creation of project documentation are robust and are utilized to support the analysis of construction claims. Although project productivity losses may be demonstrable, providing compelling evidence and proof that the losses were caused by the pandemic may not be as easy to demonstrate.

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10/7/2020· Attorney Fees

Audit Standards Of Review For Attorney Fees

By: John M. Beringer, Jr

In conducting a legal fee audit, the framework of the analysis considers three primary standards: the rules of professional services provided by the California Bar, the retainer agreement, and applicable court standards. Those three standards reflect a balance between the interests of the attorney's client and the economic interests of the attorney as a professional service provider.

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10/7/2020· Refrigeration - Cooling Systems

Evaporator Leak Mitigation By Suction Control Valve Selection And Operation

By: James Caylor, PE

Evaporator leaks expose plant personnel to risk of ammonia contact and require maintenance intervention since refrigeration control valves used for inlet flows (liquid and hot gas) can automatically stop flow, but similar valves used for outlet flows (suction and refrigerant defrost condensate) cannot stop flow backwards from the suction line into a damaged evaporator and thus into the conditioned space.

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9/29/2020· Appraisal & Valuation

Part 2: AIRA Issues New Standards for Distressed Business Valuation

By: Michael Pakter

In this second article on AIRA Standards, the author discusses unique issues valuing distressed companies. These include the standard of value used, the premise of value, the intended use of the valuation, and cost of capital.

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9/24/2020· Healthcare Facilities - Hospitals

Hospital Cost Accounting: Million Dollar Decisions Should Not Be Based on “Guesstimates”

By: Sahel Shwayhat, MBA, FACHE

All well-run businesses use data to drive their decisions. The higher the stakes, the more accuracy they demand from their data. Hospitals are businesses, even not-for-profit ones, and should conduct their operations like any other business. The area where hospitals lag far behind other businesses is in cost accounting.

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9/22/2020· Postal Services

Mail-In Voting: Documentation Of Mail Between Voters And Election Boards

By: Peter Wade

USPS technology affords every customer the ability to document the date that mail addressed to them is available for delivery. The Postal Service takes an image of each standard sized piece of letter mail that will be delivered to every address in the United States every day.

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9/16/2020· Education & Schools

Getting Students Back To School During COVID-19

By: Ned Einstein

Because of social distancing, classrooms and schoolbuses can only be filled to one-fourth of their capacities. This constraint alone requires that a broad range of dramatic changes be made in order for our children to return to physical school without placing out entire population at greater risk than we already are.

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