Normalized definition

Normalized means multiplying the nursing facility provider's per diem case-mix adjusted direct health care services cost by its case-mix index normalization ratio for the purpose of making the per diem cost comparable among facilities based upon a common case-mix in order to determine the maximum allowable reimbursement limitation.
Normalized means multiplying the nursing facility provider’s per diem case-mix adjusted direct
Normalized. Net Operating Income ("NOI"). The items described below highlight some of the major categories requiring adjustment. There may, however, be others, and GMACCM will use its market knowledge and discretion in making and sufficiently footnoting the necessary adjustments. o GMACCM chooses to use the actual management fee stated in the financial statement. o Where they are clearly identifiable, GMACCM will remove any capital expense from any above the line categories (such as extraordinary repairs and maintenance) and put them below the line in the capital expense comment section. o Replacement reserves, tenant improvement and leasing commission reserves will be treated as above the line expenses. A determination will be made whether there have been credits for the disbursements from a reserve and that expenses are not overstated due to exclusion of credits. o Property taxes should be the annual amount due, excluding any delinquent taxes or credits from prior years which would cause the number to be higher or lower. The amount for property taxes will be adjusted if the period under analysis is less than one year.

Examples of Normalized in a sentence

  • Normalized results are non-GAAP measures and do not have standardized meanings under IFRS and, therefore, may not be comparable to similar terms used by other companies.

  • Normalized exhumation rates are maximum exhumation rates divided by the theoretical exhumation rate of markers at the same initial depth and exhumed only by pure shear thinning of the material.

  • It will not work for Normalized Buffers like HTTP uri or a content match in the reassembled stream.The checksums will be recalculated by Suricata and changed after the replace keyword is being used.

  • Balacet Normalized Scripts (TRxN) for 2007Q1 by Zipcode (v3) TRxN Zipcode 2007Q1 March February January Atley Terr [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] [***] Confidential portions of the exhibit have been omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • FFO, Normalized FFO and FAD should be reviewed in connection with GAAP financial measures.


More Definitions of Normalized

Normalized column is used in the Operating Statement Analysis Report. This report may vary depending on the property type and because of the way information may vary in each borrowers statement.
Normalized column is used in the Operating Statement Analysis Report. This report may vary depending on the property type and because of the way information may vary in each borrowers statement. Income: Comments Expense: Comments Capital Items: Comments
Normalized column is used in the Operating Statement Analysis Report. This report may vary depending on the property type and because of the way information may vary in each borrowers statement. INCOME: COMMENTS EXPENSE: COMMENTS CAPITAL ITEMS: COMMENTS
Normalized. (i) base year (underwriters numbers) (ii) the previous two full years "normalized" (iii) the current year "normalized" (iv) and any year to date information or trailing 12 months
Normalized. MEANS MULTIPLYING THE NURSING FACILITY PROVIDER'S PER DIEM CASE-MIX ADJUSTED DIRECT HEALTH CARE SERVICES COST BY ITS CASE-MIX INDEX NORMALIZATION RATIO FOR THE PURPOSE OF MAKING THE PER DIEM COST COMPARABLE AMONG FACILITIES BASED UPON A COMMON CASE-MIX IN ORDER TO DETERMINE THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE REIMBURSEMENT LIMITATION.
Normalized. Net Operating Income ("NOI"). The items described below highlight some of the major categories requiring adjustment. There may, however, be others, and GMACCM will use its market knowledge and discretion in making and sufficiently footnoting the necessary adjustments. o GMACCM chooses to use the actual management fee stated in the financial statement. o Where they are clearly identifiable, GMACCM will remove any capital expense from any above the line categories (such as extraordinary repairs and maintenance) and put them below the line in the capital expense comment section. o Replacement reserves, tenant improvements and leasing commission reserves will be treated as above the line expenses. A determination will be made whether there have been credits for the disbursements from a reserve and that expenses are not overstated due to exclusion of credits. o Property taxes should be the annual amount due, excluding any delinquent taxes or credits from prior years which would cause the number to be higher or lower. The amount for property taxes will be adjusted if the period under analysis is less than one year. o GMACCM will exclude non-recurring, extraordinary income. For example, a tax refund, lease buyout or income received for a period other than the year in question should be adjusted. If past due rent for a prior year was paid and recorded in the current year, GMACCM would back it out and footnote it accordingly. Care will be used when reflecting percentage/overage rents to ensure that it relates to the appropriate period and that the numbers are supported by tenant sales information. o GMACCM will remove any items not pertaining to the operation of the property such as, fees for closing the loan restructure, a distribution to owners or a charitable contribution. o When necessary, income and expenses will be analyzed by looking at variances by category. Unusual income and expense items will be researched. If there are significant variances, inquiries to the borrower will be made. Appropriate adjustments will be made and footnotes provided to clearly explain the situation. o The debt service should be an actual amount the borrower paid per the servicing records for the period associated with the operating statement. If GMACCM does not have a full year of payments, it will use the principal and interest constant in the case of a fixed rate loan and, in the case of an adjustable rate loan, will estimate a full year amount from the payment history informat...