M-7 Sample Clauses

M-7. Peritoneal dialysis, daily. This does not include residents who can do their own exchanges. The facility must maintain a daily nursing note. (b) Treatment Procedures. (A) T-1 -- Nasogastric, Gastrostomy or Jejunostomy tubes used daily for feedings. The facility must maintain daily information on a flow sheet and must maintain a weekly nursing note. (B) T-2 -- Nasopharyngeal suctioning, twice a day or more. Tracheal suctioning, as required, for a resident who is dependent on nursing staff to maintain airway. The facility must maintain a daily nursing note. (C) T-3 -- Percussion, postural drainage, and aerosol treatment when all three are performed twice per day or more. The facility must maintain a daily nursing note. (D) T-4 -- Ventilator dependence. Services for a resident who is dependent on nursing staff for initiation, monitoring and maintenance. The facility must maintain a daily nursing note. (c) Skin/Wound. (A) S-1 -- Is limited to Stage III or IV pressure ulcers that require aggressive treatment and are expected to resolve. The facility must maintain a weekly wound assessment and a weekly nursing note. The pressure ulcer is eligible for add-on until the last day the ulcer is visibly a Stage III pressure ulcer. For complex medical add-on, facilities must stage the ulcer as it is visualized in appearance in accordance to the below definitions for determining if a resident’s needs meet or continue to meet complex medical add-on criteria.
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M-7. A description of all the independent variables in this model is presented in Table 1. The three performance dummies (Dloseri,m-1, Dmidi,m-1 and Dwini,m-1) were included in M-7 in order to investigate if the fund’s relative return (compared to its peers) would affect the net worth’s variation as stated by Berks and Tonks (2007).Before estimating the models, we ran collinearity and stationarity tests. Then, all models were calculated using the Generalized Method of Moments (GMM). The GMM estimator can simultaneously address the main problems of endogeneity, which is commonly found in research with observational data. 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION4.1. Summary StatisticsSince GMM models present estimators that are easily influenced by outliers, as pointed out by Lucas, Dijk and Kloek (2009), we winsorize our data by adjusting the values below and above percentiles 1 and 99, respectively, of the total sample distribution. The basic statistics computed for the dependent variables (from M-1 to M-7) are detailed as follows:As for the monthly total risk (measured by the standard deviation of daily returns multiplied by ), the systematic risk, and the tracking error, Table 2 shows that, based on the mean and the median, the funds aimed at professional investors are the riskier ones. In contrast to the adjusted Sharpe ratio, by observing the quantiles and the mean, one can note that the funds directed at non-qualified investors offer a lower risk-adjusted return than those offered to the non-retail public.Furthermore, funds for non-qualified investors have lower values of net flows (based on the 1st quantile, mean and the median observations).The summary statistics concerning the percentage of the funds’ net worth invested in derivatives (opaque assets) are reported in Table 3: 17