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To satisfy demands for software systems that collect, organize and utilize pollution prevention auditing, design and implementation, hundreds of software companies have developed and are marketing software systems that perform these functions.
This book is an exhaustive survey and evaluation of the hundreds of pollution prevention software systems and serves as a practical guide for the buyer and user, as well as the managers and compliance professionals that need to know the capabilities and limitations of these systems.
The handbook opens with an overview of chemical tracking systems from the regulator's perspective, which is the driving force for implementation of such systems. The introductory chapter emphasizes the impossibility of true chemical tracking in real-world manufacturing operations, but the true need for chemical management systems.
Because cost and financial control is key to the success of pollution prevention, the handbook then presents the capabilities of available systems. The book focuses on applications such as risk assessment, remediation systems, chemical tracking/management, post pollution prevention, financial analysis, cost impact analysis; and finally, tools for waste reduction planning and control.
Whether establishing a solo practice, joining a group, or purchasing an existing practice, this comprehensive resource provides in-depth information on the fundamentals of strategic practice management and future planning for the medical practice. It tackles options, challenges, and trends related to business and practice management facing medical practices, and strengthening your position to thrive for many years to come. A valuable educational resource, Starting, Buying, and Owning the Medical Practice outlines the strategic options and alternatives available when determining the most appropriate models and methods for successful stability and growth. Organized in two sections, the first part provides both practical and operational functions of a practice's start-up, including such considerations as legal, financial, and personnel. Part two focuses on practice ownership and structure models that have emerged in the health care industry, including private ownership, physician alignment strategies, and the physician as an employee. Beneficial tools and guidelines help strengthen the physician's current position within the practice regardless of the health care venture they are in or planning for the future. This book provides business insight to questions asked and challenges faced by practices today, as well as how recent trends have impacted physician decision making for future needs. Features include: * Current health care trends -- aids in strengthening the physicians current position or determining the position they are most comfortable in when planning for a successful future * Basic planning guidelines -- assists physicians in understanding fundamentals and organizational alternatives to help make informed decisions to grow their practice's success * Charts and graphs -- provide visual applications that emphasize the principles presented * Easy-to-read format -- geared to a wide range of health care personnel in various envir
Modeling Software with Finite State Machines: A Practical Approach explains how to apply finite state machines to software development. It provides a critical analysis of using finite state machines as a foundation for executable specifications to reduce software development effort and improve quality. This book discusses the design of a state machine and of a system of state machines. It also presents a detailed analysis of development issues relating to behavior modeling with design examples and design rules for using finite state machines. This volume describes a coherent and well-tested framework for generating reliable software for even the most complex tasks. The authors demonstrate that the established practice of using a specification as a basis for coding is wrong. Divided into three parts, this book opens by delivering the authors' expert opinions on software, covering the evolution of development as well as costs, methods, programmers, and the development cycle. The remaining two parts encourage the use of state machines: promoting the virtual finite state machine (Vfsm) method and the StateWORKS development tools.
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