Numerator Sample Clauses

Numerator. (i) Long-Term Debt, Net of Unamortized Discount and Debt Issuance Costs $[ ]
Numerator. The numerator of which is the sum of the Annual Additions made on behalf of a Participant for the current and all prior Limitation Years under all of the defined contributions plans (as defined in Code §§ 415(k), 414(i), and 414(k), including nondeductible employee contributions under defined benefit plans), welfare benefit funds (as defined in Code § 419(e)) and individual medical accounts (as defined in Code § 415(l)(2)) maintained by the Em- ployer or any Related Employer at any time (whether or not terminated); and
Numerator. (1) The number of ordinary shares, expressed in ADSs, that United owns in UPC as of the relevant date multiplied by the Average Market Price (as defined below) of such ADSs as of the date of determination; plus
Numerator. Number of adults receiving CSS who had a medication appointment to review medication(s) within 30 calendar days of discharge from a SMHH or SHA within reporting period. Service codes are as follows: 90791, 90792, 99201, 99202, 99203, 99204, 99205, 99211, 99212, 99213, 99214 and/or 99215. (codes as of contract start date, code numbers are subject to change) Denominator: All SMHH or SHA discharges that occurred within reporting period Data Source: AIMS, SMHH data, contractor of the OTCDF Reported: Quarterly Deliverables and Reporting Data Reporting The CMHC shall report complete and accurate client-level demographic and service encounter data through AIMS for adults and youth with registration values of enrolled target, enrolled non-target, non-enrolled and pending. AIMS reporting shall be reported as dictated by the June 2005, July 2016 AIMS II manual, Updated February 2017. The CMHC shall also report complete and accurate client status through AIMS for adults and youth with registration values of enrolled targeted. The CMHC shall provide Client Status Report (CSR) updates for adults and youth as directed by the June 2005, July 2016 AIMS II manual, Updated February 2017. The CMHC shall report monthly client status updates according to the definitions for the populations specified in the AIMS Manual to KDADS or its contractor. The CMHC shall report all client-level data as specified in the AIMS Manual to KDADS or its contractor by the 15th of the following month. The CMHC will provide the consumer’s Social Security Number (SSN) field via their AIMS transmission file each month. If the SSN is not able to be added to the AIMS transaction, the CMHC will work with KDADS to implement a workaround to provide the data in the interim. See AIMS II Manual, Supplement 3.0. The CMHC will provide via the AIMS transmission one question around military service. AIMS question will be: “Have you ever served in the U.S. military? Yes or No. See AIMS II Manual, Supplement 3.0 The CMHC shall maintain the supporting documentation to verify their AIMS reporting for at least 5 years for inspection by KDADS or an entity designated by KDADS to determine completeness and accuracy. The CMHC will input Payment Source #4 into AIMS for all uninsured clients receiving services provided with funds from this contract. The CMHC shall submit quarterly service/financial reports in the format designated by KDADS. The template and instructions developed by KDADS for this purpose is titled, “CMHC...
Numerator the sum of categories a, b and c indicated below:
Numerator. The aggregate of pay- ments for Medicare Part B covered pro- fessional services furnished by the APM Entity group to attributed bene- ficiaries during the QP Performance Period.
Numerator. EBIT-adjusted11.913.7Denominator:Note: ROIC-adjusted average net assets over four quarters includes cash. Note: Adjustments to equity exclude assets and liabilities held for sale.Q1 2017Q1 2018Four Quarters Ended ($B)S5 Calculation of ROIC-adjusted Q1 ($M)GM Confidential
Numerator. Net asset value before the Offering, the reserved issuance of the FoundersUnits, the reserved issuance of the 7,100,000 Forward Purchase Warrants and the reserved issuance of Ordinary Shares to the Founders 56,500 Plus: Net proceeds from the Offering, the reserved issuance of the Founders’ Units, the reserved issuance of the 7,100,000 Forward Purchase Warrants and the reserved issuance of Ordinary Shares to the Founders(1) 246,589,627 Less: deferred underwriting commissions(2) 6,400,000 Less: Maximum amounts held in the Escrow Account subject to redemption with cash ( 50% of redeemable Market Shares) x €10.00 per Market Share)(3) 115,000,000 Net asset value post-Offering after maximum redemption 125,246,127 Denominator Shares outstanding prior to the Offering 5,649,999 Market Shares offered Shares issued in the context of the reserved issuance of the Founders’ Units and the reserved issuance of Ordinary Shares to the Founders 24,500,000 2,516,667 Less: Redemption (50% of redeemable Market Shares) (3) 11,500,000 Shares outstanding post-Offering after maximum redemption (50% of redeemable Market Shares) (3) 21,166,666 Net asset value per Share(4) 5.92 Dilution/per Market Share 4.08
Numerator of a MCO's MLR for an MLR reporting year must be the MCO's incurred claims plus the MCO's expenditures for activities that improve health care quality. The numerator of an MLR reporting year shall include Total Medical Expenses defined as follows:a. Incurred claims
Numerator. EQUITYTOTALS ADDITIONS7.Allowance f or Credit Losses (Sum of Accounts 719, AS0048, AS0041, and LI0003) DEDUCTIONS11.NCUSIF capitalization deposit 25