Indicator Sample Clauses

Indicator. Overall Expense Ratio Definition: Overall Expense Ratio = The sum of the Administrative Expense Ratio and the Medical Expense Ratio. Administrative Expense Ratio = Administrative Expenses minus Franchise Fees divided by Total Revenue minus Franchise Fees. Medical Expense Ratio = Medical Expenses divided by Total Revenue minus Franchise Fees. Standard: Overall Expense Ratio not to exceed 100% as determined from the annual Financial Statement submitted to ODI and ODJFS. Penalty for noncompliance: Failure to meet any standard on 2.a., 2.b., or 2.c. above will result in ODJFS requiring the MCP to complete a corrective action plan (CAP) and specifying the date by which compliance must be demonstrated. Failure to meet the standard or otherwise comply with the CAP by the specified date will result in a new membership freeze unless ODJFS determines that the deficiency does not potentially jeopardize access to or quality of care or affect the MCP’s ability to meet administrative requirements (e.g., prompt pay requirements). Justifiable reasons for noncompliance may include one-time events (e.g., MCP investment in information system products). If the financial statement is not submitted to ODI by the due date, the MCP continues to be obligated to submit the report to ODJFS by ODI’s originally specified due date unless the MCP requests and is granted an extension by ODJFS. Failure to submit complete quarterly and annual Financial Statements on a timely basis will be deemed a failure to meet the standards and will be subject to the noncompliance penalties listed for indicators 2.a., 2.b., and 2.c., including the imposition of a new membership freeze. The new membership freeze will take effect at the first of the month following the month in which the determination was made that the MCP was non-compliant for failing to submit financial reports timely. In addition, ODJFS will review two liquidity indicators if a plan demonstrates potential problems in meeting related administrative requirements or the standards listed above. The two standards, 2.d and 2.e, reflect ODJFS’ expected level of performance. At this time, ODJFS has not established penalties for noncompliance with these standards; however, ODJFS will consider the MCP’s performance regarding the liquidity measures, in addition to indicators 2.a., 2.b., and 2.c., in determining whether to impose a new membership freeze, as outlined above, or to not issue or renew a contract with an MCP. The source for each indica...
Indicator. Administrative Expense Ratio Definition: Administrative Expense Ratio = Administrative Expenses minus Franchise Fees divided by Total Revenue minus Franchise Fees Standard: Administrative Expense Ratio not to exceed 15%, as determined from the annual Financial Statement submitted to ODI and ODJFS.
Indicator. Net Worth as measured by Net Worth Per Member Definition: Net Worth = Total Admitted Assets minus Total Liabilities divided by Total Members across all lines of business Standard: For the financial report that covers calendar year 2007, a minimum net worth per member of $155.00, as determined from the annual Financial Statement submitted to ODI and the ODJFS. The Net Worth Per Member (NWPM) standard is the Medicaid Managed Care Capitation amount paid to the MCP during the preceding calendar year, excluding the at-risk amount, expressed as a per-member per-month figure, multiplied by the applicable proportion below:
Indicator. Days Cash on Hand Definition: Days Cash on Hand = Cash and Short-Term Investments divided by (Total Hospital and Medical Expenses plus Total Administrative Expenses) divided by 365. Standard: Greater than 25 days as determined from the annual Financial Statement submitted to ODI and ODJFS.
Indicator. The number of victims of family violence who were able to leave violent situations as a result of the Investments under the Agreement. CMHC - NOVA SCOTIA AGREEMENT FOR INVESTMENT IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING 2011-2014 SCHEDULE F ANNUAL AUDITED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS For the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 20 ($ thousands) Part A: (Paragraph 9.4 of the Agreement) Disbursements Current Fiscal Year Disbursements to Projects and Recipients CMHC Funding Contributions by Others Total Programs (Schedule B) Program 1 Program 2 Subtotal Programs Program Management and Administration Costs Total Disbursed Victims of Family Violence (included in above) Part B: (Paragraph 9.4 of the Agreement) Cumulative Funding and Contributions Beginning Balance Disbursed Disbursed This Year Disbursed to Date CMHC Funding - Disbursed to Projects and Recipients
Indicator. An Indicator is a specific measure, or measures, that Organisations and Households have to comply with to fulfill the Criterion. Verifier A Verifier is an evidence to prove the fulfillment of an Indicator and Criterion. Forest owner (forest title holder) Forest owner refers to Organisations or Households that are assigned or leased forest land or forest by the Government for forestry-related production or business in accordance with the Law on Forest Protection and Development. Harvesting design statement The harvesting design statement is a document describing the basic situation of the harvesting area; harvesting techniques; harvesting and salvage volume, categories and detailed tables on forest harvesting technical standards. Design unit A design unit is an entity authorized by a competent agency with the mandate to design forest harvesting operations. Main harvesting Main harvesting of timber of natural forests refers to the logging of timber which is for economic purposes while ensuring the stable development and use of forest determined in the scheme for sustainable forest management according to the current regulations of State. Main harvesting in natural forests is not applied to Households. Tree marking list The tree marking list is a document recording the name, size of the trees that can be felled in the harvesting design area. Report on location and volume of harvested timber products The report on harvested timber products lists information on the harvested area and the harvested volume according to different categories of domestic timber source including natural forest, planted forest, rubber wood and scattered trees. Forest product packing list (“Packing list”) The forest product packing list is a mandatory document in the Timber Product Dossier at each stage of the timber supply chain. The packing list is the list of forest products for one check- and-approval, trade, export, import or forest products transported by one vehicle. The packing list for forest products in circulation includes information on the name and type of timber products, unit, form of forest products, quantity and volume, at the end of page of the timber product packing list indicating the total quantity. List of anticipated timber to be harvested The list of anticipated timber to be harvested includes information on the location, species and quantity (volume and diameter) of products to be harvested. Entry and exit books Entry and exit books are used to record forest pr...
Indicator. The number of seniors or persons with disabilities who are able to remain living independently. Note: NSHDC is responsible for ensuring that all Program details, whether or not outlined in the Distinguishing Summary, are in accordance with the requirements of the Agreement. CMHC-NOVA SCOTIA AGREEMENT FOR INVESTMENT IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING 2011-2014 SCHEDULE B DISTINGUISHING PROGRAM SUMMARY (Agreement Section 5) a) Program Number and Name: B-7 Rental/Rooming House RRAP