The traditional pattern would be to divide the 24-hour day into three eight-hour periods, midnight to 8am, 8am to 4pm and 4pm to midnight. Shifts would change at intervals of, for example one week, and the traditional rotation was backwards; one week on 4pm to midnight, one week on 8am to 4pm, and one week on midnight to 8am. Coren (1996) estimated that one in five workers in America are on shift work of one sort or another. The effects of this are predictable. Many shift workers are operating machinery or making decisions at times when their endogenous pacemaker is completely out of synchronisation with the external world, especially with the light-dark cycle.
As healthcare needs continue rise and the population ages, I believe a shortage in nursing may be imminent based on these subsequent rationales that are discussed. On March 23, 2010 the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law. Lanthrop and Hodnicki stated in their article, “It is the most expansive healthcare reform legislation in the United States (US) since the creation of Medicare and Medicaid in 1965” (Lathrop, 2014). The healthcare reform was put into legislation to decrease the number of uninsured Americans by providing accessible, affordable, quality healthcare. In 2011, it was predicted that the number of Americans uninsured would be reduced by more than half when the Act is fully implemented (Rosenbaum, 2011).
(Reid & Sanders, 2010) Answer 1: Develop a staffing plan for RWBFC in accordance with the constraints stated in the case. A staffing plan was developed using the constraints specified in the Answer 2: Discuss the method used in developing the staffing plan. Tibrewala, Phillippe, and Brown technique of 1972 was used in developing the staffing plan for RWBFC. The objective of this technique was to enable a company to operate seven days a week and give each of its full-time employees two consecutive days off. However RWBFC manufacturing manager has requested that her employees work 10 hour days, 4 days a week with three consecutive days off.
Answer Script will be provided after lapse of 15 minutes Extra Reading Time (9:30 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. [PST] as the case may be). Q. 2 ‘Metallic Finishers’ is a leading paint spraying company. The metal products of three (3) customers are sprayed by the company. Each customer requires different numbers of coats as given below along with consumption of paint per unit: Customers X Y Z Coats 7 6 5 Litres 7.6 8.6 6.3 Marks Monthly production data of each customer’s product is budgeted as follows: X Y 5,400 4,360 27 20 30 45 152 111.80 Z 3,600 40 75 189 Units to be sprayed Batches of paint required (No.)
Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | True | Correct Answer: | True | | | | | Question 7 2 out of 2 points | | | A continuous random variable may assume only integer values within a given interval.Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | False | Correct Answer: | False | | | | | Question 8 2 out of 2 points | | | A bed and breakfast breaks even every month if they book 30 rooms over the course of a month. Their fixed cost is $4200 per month and the revenue they receive from each booked room is $180. What their variable cost per occupied room?Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | $40 | Correct Answer: | $40 | | | | | Question 9 2 out of 2 points | | | If fixed costs increase, but
On average, 56 Rooms must be rented each night in the winter season for the hotel to break even. 2. Revised profit After the room rates change, we need to figure out the new revenue and variable expense changed. Positive side 72*5*34= 12240 negative 8*18.4(contribution margin ) *34= (5005) Thus profit goes up 7235 1)For the revenue, Average rate at weekend | $25.63 | Average rate on weekdays | $20.63 | Weekend occupancy | 90% | weekday occupancy | 72% | Weekend total rooms occupied | 2520 | weekday total rooms occupied | 4880 | Weekend revenue | $64,575 | weekday revenue | $100,650 | Total revenue | $165,225 | | | 2) Manager anuual salary | $15,000 | Mrs. Kacheck/Day | $20 | Desk clerk | $24 | Maid | $15 | Payroll taxes and other benefits | 20% | Repairs and maintanence | $17,204 | Room rented at 80% occupancy | 7680 | Cleaning supplies/Room | $0.25 | Miscellaneous expense fixed | $3,657 | Miscellaneous expense variable | 0.48 | Linen service | $13,920 | Linen/Doule room | $2.07 | Linen/Single room | $1.04 | For variable expense, 3 items need to be revised. The Cleaning Supplies expense will change to $0.25*7,400 = $1,850.
2.3 Explain the types of appointments and the scope of customer needs there may be We have appointments for sight tests which we do every Thursday afternoon and every other Saturday afternoon. As we share a locum optometrist with our sister branch we can sometimes swap our afternoons for mornings if a patient can only make a morning appointment. 2.6 Explain
For the current reform structure, Japanese government revisited patient’s first visit 120 yen to 2820 yen and additional visit by 30 yen to 720 yen. It’s the general structure of medical welfare schemes in Japan medical welfare. In any case, the elderly welfare benefits in Japan always circulated by the medical welfare schemes. In Japan, people over 65 years old and even further down the age are seen in most of the family. It’s mostly every family’s duty to look after the elderly.
Medium variety of Elm Surgery which are diagnoses, providing the treatment, referring patients to another part of NHS (if require), managing the patients with chronic diseases. Elm Surgery only have so much clinical time, there is always balance to be achieved between the amount of time that Surgery have available to see patients and the amount they want from them. Elm Surgery’s uncertainty makes both planning and control more difficult. Practice managers do not know how many patients will arrive and what the issue will be. It is only possible to predict some of the periods, like Monday mornings or for example Fridays where patients have last chance to visit surgery before the weekend.
7. Submit to the Dropbox by the end of Week 1, Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MT. Course Week 3: Times | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | 12AM-1AM | Work | Sleep | | | | | | 1AM-2AM | | | Sleep | | | | | 2AM-3AM | | | | | | | | 3AM-4AM | | | | | | | | 4AM-5AM | | | | | | | | 5AM-6AM | | | | | | | | 6AM-7AM | | | | | | | | 7AM-8AM | | | | End shift at 7:30 am | End shift at 7:30 am | End shift at 7:30 am | | 8AM-9AM | Prepare for newspaper route | Breakfast | Breakfast | Prepare for newspaper route | Prepare for newspaper route | Sleep | | 9AM-10AM | Deliver newspapers | | | Deliver the newspapers | Deliver the newspapers | | Breakfast/family | 10AM-11AM | Housework | Housework | Course study | | House work | | | 11AM-12PM | Sleep | | | Sleep | Sleep | | Course study | 12PM-1PM | | | | | | | | 1PM-2PM | | | Lunch with friends | | | | Housework | 2PM-3PM |