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caseload

the number of cases constituting the work of a doctor, solicitor, social worker, etc. over a specified period
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On the other hand, a ruling against Children's Rights would mean a tough loss for reformers fighting for smaller, more manageable caseloads for state employees who monitor foster kids.
It's a case of trying to find a formula that actually weights those caseloads so the right number of staff are there to meet the needs of the population because that's how it should be defined, not just about numbers.
Among the reasons primary care doctors limit their Medicaid caseloads is that the program reimburses them at a low rate - some lose money on every patient insured by the Oregon Health Plan, the state's Medicaid program.
The Welfare League's report underscores that DCF is an agency under intense scrutiny, at crisis levels in terms of caseloads, lacking funding and resources, and that it requires new policy and procedures, Mr.
As of June 27, 1,100 new cases of pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough, had been reported in the previous two weeks, bringing the 2014 caseload to 4,558.
After a two-day evidentiary hearing, Stanford Blake, administrative judge of the criminal division, said caseloads were excessive under any standard and granted partial relief, ruling PD-11 could stop taking new third-degree felony cases beginning September 15, 2008, for 60 days, although the PD was still required to represent those defendants through arraignment.
Properly managing and monitoring adjuster caseloads are key duties of office claims management.
Social workers have left to go to other authorities where caseloads are protected and overtime is paid for cases worked above the allocated caseload level.
Securing Reasonable Caseloads is published by the ABA and is posted online at www.
A meeting of the committee to discuss the inquiry was called within hours of revelations by the Echo yesterday that social workers fear "unmanageable" caseloads could result in a child's death.
In recent years, the media has emphasized how the criminal justice system at the state level is in crisis because of the enormous caseloads burdening many state public defenders.