Market Share Sample Clauses

Market Share. The HSCRC and the Hospital will monitor the Hospital’s market share on an ongoing basis by analyzing and identifying changes in the levels of the Hospital’s patient volumes that are derived from its Primary Service Area (PSA) or Secondary Service Area (SSA) as defined in Appendix E. The HSCRC staff and the Hospital will also monitor the total level of services and revenues which are provided by the Hospital to Maryland residents who live outside of the Primary and Secondary service areas of the Hospital, or to patients who live outside of Maryland in other states or foreign countries, and will track (to the extent possible) any changes in in-migration and out-migration patterns and their effects on the Hospital. The HSCRC will make appropriate adjustments in the Hospital’s Approved Regulated Revenue based on significant changes in the Hospital’s market share or service levels; provided, however, that the HSCRC does not intend to provide increases in the Approved Regulated Revenue of individual hospitals based on market share analysis for volume increases that are not offset by reductions in the Approved Regulated Revenue(s) of other hospitals. The HSCRC also does not intend to make revenue adjustments based on market share changes that would discourage the Hospital from reducing its level of Potentially Avoidable Utilization.
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Market Share. The percentage of Members enrolled with a particular PH-MCO when compared to the total of Members enrolled in all the PH-MCOs within a HealthChoices Zone. Master Provider Index — A component of the Department’s MMIS which is a central repository of Provider profiles and demographic information that registers and identifies Providers uniquely within the Department of Human Services.
Market Share. The percentage of Members enrolled with a particular PH-MCO when compared to the total of Members enrolled in all the PH-MCOs within a HealthChoices Zone. Master Provider Index (MPI) — A component of PROMISe™ which is a central repository of Provider profiles and demographic information that registers and identifies Providers uniquely within the Department of Public Welfare. Medicaid Eligibility Determination Automation (MEDA) — Part of the Client Information System (CIS) that automates the determination of Medicaid eligibility. Medical Assistance (MA) — The Medical Assistance Program authorized by Title XIX of the federal Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 1396 et seq., and regulations promulgated thereunder, and 62 P.S. §441.1 et seq. and regulations at 55 PA Code Chapters 1101 et seq.
Market Share. The Declaration applies on condition that the market share held by the supplier does not exceed 30% of the relevant market on which it sells the contract goods or services and the market share held by the buyer does not exceed 30% of the relevant market on which it purchases the contract goods or services.
Market Share. The Primary Dealer shall make all reasonable efforts to maintain at Regular auctions in the Primary Market, for each calendar quarter, a market share of not less than 2.5 per cent of the total turnover on this market.
Market Share. Market share shall be determined by reference to the percentage difference between: (i) the total number of Company units shipped during the fiscal year ending immediately prior to the Performance Period divided by the number of Housing and Urban Development Code Home shipments during the same period and (ii) the total number of Company units shipped during the last fiscal year of the Performance Period divided by the number of Housing and Urban Development Code Home shipments during the same period. For this purpose, all shipments shall include acquisitions and all units shipped, whether HUD code homes or other. Relative Total Shareholder Return (“rTSR”): rTSR shall be determined with respect to the Company and the rTSR Comparator Companies by dividing: (a) the sum of (i) the difference between the applicable Beginning Stock Price and the applicable Ending Stock Price plus (ii) all dividends and other distributions on the respective shares with an ex-dividend date that falls during the Performance Period by (b) the applicable Beginning Stock Price. To determine the Company’s applicable percentile ranking, the Company and each rTSR Comparator Company are arranged by their respective total shareholder returns (highest to lowest). For this purpose:
Market Share. As an adjunct to Sections 1-8 and including any additional assumptions, demonstrate the impact on market share as a result of the PLA Submission. Projected Market in Alberta as a Result of the PLA Terms (% Market Share) Disease State/Indication Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 (Optional) Year 5 (Optional) • List projected market shares as total number of patients and percentage of total market for each disease state/indication resulting from the PLA Submission. • Market shares for years one, two and three must be reported for a full calendar year. • State where the proposed market is coming from (e.g., new patients, cannibalization of another product’s market share). Incremental Change in Market in Alberta as a Result of the PLA Submission (% Market Share) Disease State/Indication Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 (Optional) Year 5 (Optional) • Indicate the net change in market share from the original BIA as a result of the PLA Submission. List all of the assumptions used in calculating the values and cite all relevant references. Section 11B: Net Prescription Cost • As an adjunct to Sections 1-9 and including any additional assumptions, demonstrate the impact on pharmacy program costs as a result of the PLA Submission. Direct drug costs to the Alberta Health and Wellness sponsored drug programs as a Result of the PLA Terms Disease State/Indication Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 (Optional) Year 5 (Optional) • Calculate the direct prescription costs that the Government-Sponsored Drug Plans would incur as a result of the PLA Submission. • Prescription costs should be an extension of the prevalence of the disease state/indication, the projected market share of the product and the prescription costs to the Government-Sponsored Drug Plans as calculated in Section 3. Incremental Direct drug to the Alberta Health and Wellness sponsored drug programs as a Result of the PLA Terms Disease State/Indication Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 (Optional) Year 5 (Optional) • Calculate the incremental change in direct prescription costs from outlined in Sections 1-9 that the Alberta Health and Wellness sponsored drug benefit programs would incur as a result of the PLA offer List all of the assumptions used in calculating the values and cite all relevant references. Section 11C: Sensitivity Analysis • Calculate relevant one-way and/or multi-way sensitivity analyses for direct prescription costs and incremental prescription cost changes outlined in Sections 1-9 as a result of the PLA offer.
Market Share. Agreement-Wide Trade (or Sub-Trade): U.S. Inbound (or Outbound) Name Time Period: [Calendar Quarter] TEUs Agreement Market Share: [or other units] Percent Line A [Name] ............................................................................................... X,XXX XX Line B ........................................................................................................... X,XXX XX Line C ............................................................................................................ X,XXX XX Etc. . . .
Market Share. $100 -With this option you prepay and get credit to “spend” at market, picking what you want when you want it. Egg Share:(circle one) $60 for a half dozen eggs every week for 20 weeks. $120 for a dozen eggs every week for 20 weeks. My TOTAL payment for 2021 is: *CSA members also receive a 10% discount on items (other than eggs) purchased from us at any farmers markets. Payment options: Full payment enclosed $50 deposit enclosed to reserve my share, balance of to be paid by June 1st (please contact us about a payment plan if you need more time to pay the balance) Work share: EVERY week-2 hours of work per week for half shares, 4 hours of work per week for full shares. Details to be worked out with individuals. Please contact us if you’re interested in this option. Please check if interested in any of the following: Becoming a guest blogger on the "What We Did with Our Share" portion of the Lost Barn Farm website Availability of bulk prices (price breaks for 10+ lbs) for preserving/storage crops: potatoes, onions, carrots, tomatoes, pickling cukes, beans, cabbage etc. Work/harvest parties, potlucks and other farm events Availability of a Fall Share: weekly produce, Nov-Dec
Market Share. The market shares of the various relevant media assets identified earlier in this examination are analysed in terms of reach, distribution, etc. The views of the Parties in relation to this section are also examined. It is determined that: The significant interests held by the Purchaser in the Publishing sector will be concentrated should the Proposed Transaction proceed, but not to the extent that would be a cause for concern. The significant interests held by the Purchaser in the Internet Media sector will be concentrated should the Proposed Transaction proceed, but not to the extent that would be a cause for concern. Moreover, it is determined that, while this is unlikely to give rise to a concern, the Market Share must be examined in the context of a number of the remaining sections of this examination, including Governance and Editorial Management. • Governance & Editorial Management - The current governance and editorial regimes of the Purchaser and the Target are analysed in this section. The information does not raise concerns regarding governance and editorial management in relation to the proposed transaction as the Parties state that all of the relevant titles comply with the Code of Practice of the Press Council of Ireland, (par. 2.29). • Content – A high level breakdown of content type for the Parties is provided. Alternative news content is examined in the News and Brand Reach section. • Financial – The Financial standings of the Parties are examined. The information does not appear to raise concerns regarding financial management in relation to the proposed transaction and it is deemed unlikely that the Proposed Transaction will, in this regard, have an adverse impact on the plurality of media in the State.