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The report highlights that there is no guarantee of the UK being given a positive adequacy agreement, due to concerns raised by EU officials about the UK's surveillance and national security practices.
In this article, we describe Pap smear volumes and adequacy rates (proportion of samples with a representative endocervical component) for the pre-intervention period, as well as after each QI step.
Capital adequacy ratios measure the amount of a bank's capital expressed as a percentage of its risk weighted credit exposures.
"Failing to meet network adequacy is one of several ways that a health plan can fall short in meeting parity requirements and effectively discriminate between med/surg care and mental health or addiction treatment," says Harry Nelson, JD, founder and managing partner of Nelson Hardiman, a Los Angeles based law firm that focuses on healthcare regulation.
On the importance of the these rules HE the Executive President said, compliance with capital adequacy requirements is the safety valve for the licensed companies and is a key instrument for risk management as well as being a message from the company to its clients of its ability to discharge the obligations toward them which would enhance the level of confidence between them.
In a report to Congress released Monday, the NCUA provided more details regarding how examiners will determine capital adequacy when enforcing the agency's final risk based capital rule.
At the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), the Health Insurance and Managed Care Committee has approved revisions to the NAIC's Managed Care Plan Network Adequacy Model Act.
(PDIC) is sufficiently buffered by its Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF) which it is maintaining at its current adequacy ratio.
"It was determined that 158 out of the 182 licensed investment companies had no negative effects on their capital adequacy or their operations," CySEC chairwoman Demetra Kalogerou told the Cyprus News Agency.
The local stockbrokerage, now run by Ackerman's heirs, was first suspended last May 23 due to some deficiency in accounting reports needed to ascertain its capital adequacy. On June 3, CMIC lifted the suspension order, noting that the brokerage was in "substantial conformity" with its obligations relative to riskbased capital adequacy.
Adequacy requirements are essential for the secure operation of any power system [1], [7].