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A Flexible Technique The exact makeup of the teams in Step One depends on what business problem they are addressing. The adaptive business network is a f lexible technique, and depending on a company s needs, it might form a team centered on inventory reduction, as above, or on improved customer service levels. Such a team might include salespeople, a purchasing manager, and representatives from manufacturing. In this way, the adaptive business network can be customized to achieve different goals that address the needs of different industries. However, there are some problems Step One of the adaptive business network cannot address. It is not an initiative intended to improve the manufacturing process. Nor is it a product quality initiative. A company can change who makes the packaging, how much inventory to keep, and how the inventory gets from point A to point B, but at this step, it should not attempt to change the product itself. Likewise, the adaptive business network should not be used as a tool to make changes in financial reporting. Companies working together to accomplish Step One do not accrue profits or losses as a single unit. The obligation to report financial standings remains that of the individual companies within the network.
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64 66). 3 A harmonic of the LO is sometimes used to generate the IF (f = mf IF LO fIF ), particularly at very high frequencies. We will not treat this case here but there would be many similarities. 4 In some other cases, the frequency conversion occurs in the feedback path of a phase-locked loop (Egan, 2000, pp. 344 348). Considerations are similar to those described here but can be complicated by sampling effects (Egan, 2000, pp. 87 94). 5 See also Egan (2000, pp. 8 10). 6 Henderson (1993a) does develop equations for spur levels in doubly balanced mixers as functions of various balance parameters (see also Roetter and Belliveau, 1997). While these show dependence on LO power as well as RF power, Henderson indicates that the latter dependence is more reliable in practice. 7 We use data for a Class 1 mixer at 10 dBm in Fig. 7.4 because there are more measured levels for this mixer. The fact that these levels may not be as accurate for predicting spur levels as we would like in some actual mixer does not detract from its usefulness in explaining the theory. If we desire, we can assume that Fig. 7.4 represents a mixer that does perform in accordance with theory over the range of signal powers at which we use it, or we can just recognize the errors possible in the approximation.
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liable for errors in the prescription. Technical accuracy in order processing was a virtual insurance policy against pharmacist liability, no matter how obviously the physician may have erred in the prescription and no matter how easily the pharmacist may have been able to rectify the error. It was the physician alone who bore responsibility for correctness in prescription orders, and the physician s responsibility superseded the pharmacist s responsibility. Legal responsibilities of pharmacists have changed dramatically in recent years. A lengthy body of case law now recognizes a rm responsibility of pharmacists to detect and rectify obvious errors in a physician s prescription (Hornish, 2000). When a pharmacist observes that a physician has prescribed a medication that may lead to a signi cant drug-drug interaction, an overdose, or an allergic reaction, the pharmacist has a legal duty to contact the physician. The attention paid to medical error in the widely publicized Institute of Medicine Report entitled To Err is Human (Kohn et al., 2000) has emphasized the importance of this prescription-screening function. Pharmacists cannot guarantee that all prescribing has been done without error, but they are responsible for ensuring that an obvious mistake by a physician is brought to the physician s attention. The pharmacist functions as a safety net in drug therapy, ensuring that patients receive what their physician intends and not what the physician has ordered in error. This role is not adversarial to the physician, because the goal is to supplement, rather than supplant, the responsibility of the physician. The case of Happel v. Wal-Mart Stores (2002 Ill. Lexis 296), decided by the Supreme Court of Illinois in 2002, serves as an example of how courts have begun to expand the standard of practice for pharmacists. The plaintiff alleged that she had been dispensed the drug ketorolac, despite knowledge by the dispensing pharmacist that she was allergic to this type of drug. The prescribing physician indicated that he had not known of the contraindication of this drug for patients with allergies such as the plaintiff s. The trial court granted the defendant pharmacy s motion for summary judgment, concluding that a pharmacy has no duty to warn either the prescriber or the patient under such circumstances. In reversing this ruling, the appeals court noted that both the likelihood and the reasonable foreseeability of injury to the patient were great. The court concluded that any negative consequences of recognizing a duty to warn were far outweighed by the substantial reasons favoring such a duty. Pharmacogenomics will further expand the responsibility of pharmacists to screen prescriptions, because physicians will have more opportunities for error in prescribing, just as pharmacists will have more opportunities for error in dispensing. Knowing whether the physician has written a prescription correctly for a patient will require that pharmacists evaluate patient-speci c genetic information in addition to the other patient-related information that pharmacists currently have available for analysis. This may
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program must allow for immediate payments and have enough exibility to keep the employer in compliance. What method of payment does the state allow Does the state allow debit cards as payment of wages So far Virginia has given approval to using the payroll debit card, but Vermont has passed legislation that prohibits the use of the cards instead of direct deposit or paychecks. More states will have to deal with this issue as the program becomes more popular with employers. As of the publication of this book, if the state has not addressed the issue, then the standard legal advice is to follow the requirements of direct deposit. If the state allows direct deposit of wages, then it should allow the use of payroll debit cards. Does the state have any requirements for escheatment In other words, when using payroll debit cards, what is considered abandonment of wages (escheat) and what is the employer s responsibility This depends on the type of card used. If using the stored value cards, then the responsibility falls on the employer. If using the host-based stored value cards, then the responsibility falls on the nancial institution. Does the state have a without discount requirement when cashing payroll checks or when an employee is paid Many states require the payment of wages to be cash, check, [or] negotiable instrument, payable upon demand, without discount, at some place in the state This is where the payroll department must be careful when choosing a paycard program. If the card requires fees for each use by the employee, this could be a compliance issue. However, if the card permits the rst use after each payroll to be free, this may satisfy some states. Payroll must research this carefully before signing with any vendors. Does the state have pay stub requirements that must be met Many states have requirements that a pay stub or statement be issued with each paycheck. Paycard vendors may offer an electronic monthly statement or pay stub. In tough states like California, this would not be in compliance with state regulations. Before trying to go completely paperless when implementing a paycard program, the payroll department needs to verify if
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From Paranoid Conditions by Blaney, from Oxford Textbook of Psychopathology, edited by T. Millon, P.H. Blaney, and R. Davis. Copyright 1999 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Used by permission of Oxford University Press, Inc.
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