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The mechanical use of cost-to-operating-income (cost/income) ratios as a standard for measuring the reasonableness of an effort to share costs in proportion to anticipated benefits.
The EITF discussions in 1991 and 1992, which centered around options and options techniques to hedge anticipated foreign-currency transactions (EITF issues 90-17 and 91-4), highlighted the inconsistencies between SFAS 52 and SFAS 80.
Hospital A's negotiation strategy fits anticipated interactive scenario 6; therefore, the appropriate interactive strategy for the physician executive remains the same as his initial strategy, P1 (firmly compete).