Article | 27-December-2020
The 1980s have brought heightened awareness of the operating costs of immunohematology reference laboratories. Revenues can be increased by raising existing charges, expanding services, and acquiring new customers. Selection of tests and services to further increase revenue is best made following a thorough assessment of community needs and the capabilities and resources of the reference laboratory.
Immunohematology, Volume 5 , ISSUE 4, 111–114
Article | 01-December-2015
last occurrence of an error; b) that the distribution of inter-error intervals can be approximated by power law and the relative number of errors. Comparing immersive similarities of data usage and foraging behaviours according to the Levy-Flight hypothesis, the length of the usage can be feasibly increased with less errors and eventually increase average revenue per user (ARPU). The validity of the concept is demonstrated with the aid of experimental data obtained from test software called Learn-2
Soorena Merat, P.Eng,
Dr. Wahab Almuhtadi, P.Eng.
International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 8 , ISSUE 4, 1917–1934
Report | 20-March-2020
Questionnaire (UDHQ) to determine their eligibility as potential allogeneic blood donors. Financial ramifications attributable to loss of revenue from the therapeutic phlebotomies ($100/collection) were compared with the potential gain in revenue from collecting units for transfusion ($429/collection) in a 12-month period. Nineteen HH patients were identified and screened for allogeneic eligibility. Seventeen patients (89%) met the eligibility criteria for allogeneic donors, and two patients (11%) did not
Dee M. Gribble,
Barbara J. Bryant
Immunohematology, Volume 25 , ISSUE 4, 170–173
Article | 09-April-2018
equilibrium behaviours of self-interested CUs. We propose two pricing mechanisms with the objective of maximizing revenue and social welfare, respectively. In the second monopoly cloud market, the CB is modelled as an M/M/∞ queueing system, which has infinite capacity to serve a common pool of CUs. We also analyze how pricing affects the equilibrium behaviors of CUs and the revenue-optimal and social-optimal pricing strategies in view of this CSP.
International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 2 , ISSUE 3, 153–157
Article | 20-December-2020
Statistics in Transition New Series, Volume 21 , ISSUE 5, 193–206
Article | 27-December-2020
In recent years, blood bank laboratories have been encouraged to look at special procedures that might generate needed revenues. Laboratories that elect to offer special procedures to recover costs or to generate revenue should evaluate each test carefully. Areas to be considered are the projected demand for the test, proficiency of present laboratory staff, cost of reagents and equipment, and assay time relative to labor cost.
Immunohematology, Volume 5 , ISSUE 4, 107–110
Article | 08-April-2018
International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls, Volume 2 , ISSUE 2, 60–67
Article | 15-March-2021
developers as a source of new non-fare revenue that creates vibrant, walkable growth in station areas, which is considered to be just as important as ridership.
Joseph M. POGODZINSKI,
John S. NILES
Transport Problems, Volume 16 , ISSUE 1, 211–221
Article | 30-November-2020
each topic. Each registrant was charged a nominal fee ($100 for MABB members; $150 for nonmembers). There were 32 registrants for the lecture series, with additional registrants for the seminars. Total revenue was $5,100, and expenses amounted to approximately $2,400, mostly for faculty honoraria and catering for the two seminars. The popularity of our program reflects the need for alternatives to formal SBB schools.
W. John Judd,
Janet M. Deters,
Jerry M. Gray,
Mary Beth Hartrick,
Immunohematology, Volume 10 , ISSUE 3, 95–98
Research Article | 27-February-2017
outside the control of venues (such as ATM removal, reduction in bet limits, and the prohibition of smoking) appear to be associated with more significant effects, based on analysis of EGM revenue data in Victoria. The evidence for prospective measures is necessarily limited since the ultimate test is post-implementation efficacy, but there is growing evidence to suggest that pre-commitment, one-dollar maximum bets or other machine design changes may yield significantly more effective harm
Evidence Base, Volume 2014 , ISSUE 2, 1–24