* Requiring an audit by the FDA ombudsman, as well as an assessment of the measurement used to track implementation of the least burdensome
As part of the president's regulatory reform initiative, CMS issued final rules in May last year that also reduce burdensome
or unnecessary regulations for hospitals and additional healthcare providers.
Trading companies in developing countries are asked about the barriers they face in their daily business as well as the reasons why they experience a particular measure as burdensome
. The resulting dataset is unique as it provides comparable and consistent cross-country and cross-sector information on companies from developing countries, It also identifies at the product level the measures these companies perceive as barriers when doing business in foreign markets.
A total of 90,228 of these people (19%) had at least one burdensome
transition during their final 90 days of life.
An economic downturn like the current one can cause fixed lease obligations to become burdensome
and trigger a significant negative impact on leasing in many markets.
Another significant concern regarding the failure of a comprehensive bill is that state and local governments will continue to pass burdensome
Myles Sheehan, a physician, priest, and ethical expert, was quoted as saying, "If it is done privately, there would be a way to accommodate his desire to discontinue life support as a burdensome
therapy, but if it is done publicly, it's a big mess, because of the direct link to euthanasia" Is this another version of "Don't ask, don't tell"?
As with the changes made to party discovery under Rule 34, requests made to nonparties for "documents" should now be "understood to encompass, and the response should include, electronically stored information unless discovery in the action has clearly distinguished between electronically stored information and 'documents.'" Thus, it is no longer an answer for nonparties to argue that electronic discovery is per se unduly burdensome
As noted in a Heritage Foundation report: "Medicaid's reimbursement rates have dipped so low and its bureaucracy has become so burdensome
that many providers, especially physicians, have been forced to stop accepting Medicaid payments.
(2) Evidence that is requested and is relevant and not unduly burdensome
He ponders people's remarkable memory for music, an ability that can occasionally be burdensome
: when you can't get that stupid jingle out of your head.
"Yet one of the greatest challenges faced in this industry is the improper designation of recyclable materials as 'waste,' often leading to legislative and regulatory complications that are unnecessarily burdensome
to recycling," Weiner says.