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North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System

Services

The Villages Outpatient Clinic provides a broad range of general medical services for the primary care patient, as well as a variety of specialty care services. Services to be provided in this location will include but are not limited to: Primary Care, Audiology, Dental, Pharmacy, Radiology, Gastroenterology, Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Service, Women’s Health, Visually Impaired Services Team, CT Scan, Cardiology, Optometry. Ophthalmology, MRI, Podiatry, Wound Care, Mental Health, and Social Work. This clinic serves acute and chronically ill eligible Veterans. Our Veteran patient population requires a complexity of care that ranges from minor health care needs to urgent care. Veterans requiring hospitalization are assessed, stabilized and transferred to either local facilities or to the Gainesville VA Medical Center according to the urgency of their needs. Procedures or specialty care not provided by this clinic are referred to the Gainesville VA Medical Center.

Driving Directions

FROM THE NORTH (OCALA)
Proceed east on US-441 / US-27. At C.R. 42, make right hand turn. Drive approximately 1.0 mile. At red light, turn left onto SE 89th Sweetwater Terrace. After stop sign, proceed straight ahead into The Villages VA Outpatient Clinic parking lot.

FROM THE WEST (LEESBURG)
Proceed west on US-27. At C.R. 42, make a left hand turn. Drive approximately 1.0 mile. At red light, turn left onto SE 89th Sweetwater Terrace. After stop sign, proceed straight ahead into The Villages VA Outpatient Clinic parking lot.

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Location

8900 SE 165th Mulberry Ln.
The Villages, FL 32162

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Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri
8:00am – 4:30pm (by appointment only)

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T he DDS/MBA joint degree program is designed to provide dental school graduates with business and management skills necessary to successfully manage dental practices, larger businesses or non-profit organizations, and their personal investment portfolios. This four-year program allows students to complete the first year or two of the program exclusively at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) and to complete the DDS curriculum and the 40-unit University of San Francisco (USF) MBA program simultaneously in the remaining two to three years. DDS students may apply to the Part-Time MBA program during their first or second year at the UCSF School of Dentistry. All MBA courses are offered during the evening at USF’s downtown facility at 101 Howard St. (easily accessible by public transportation from the UCSF Parnassus campus).

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Three Common Applications for Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM)

Guest blog from Better Buys

Condition-based maintenance (CBM) is a CMMS software add-on that keeps tabs on the actual state of your critical assets by recording the output of any meters and gauges on that asset, making it easier to diagnose problems and prevent asset failure.

Today’s maintenance teams are using CBM to improve their efficiency and their organization’s bottom line. The most common CBM applications measure temperature, pressure, and oil viscosity.

1. Temperature Readings

Temperature readings help monitor and control an asset’s environment. Many assets can or do include sensors to gather temperature data, including infrared readings and thermal imaging. Also organizations are using “smart” technology to help facility managers measure and control building temperature.

Who depends on temperature readings?

Many universities, hotels, and hospitals are upgrading HVAC units to better monitor temperature. Windows and doors also can be outfitted with sensors. With these real-time readings, the HVAC can adjust for humidity and temperature, and alert staff to any issues.

Machinery also can overheat, and computers must be continually cooled. Monitoring the temperature of these assets allows staff to prevent emergency shutdowns or even fire damage.

2. Pressure States

Sensors can monitor pressure on equipment with piping or water systems. Monitoring pressure over time allows maintenance staff to predict when a pipe could fail and replace it beforehand. Instead of tracking down a leak after it happens, monitoring pressure indicates when and where a leak will likely happen before it does.

Who depends on pressure states?

Machinery in food and beverage production as well as product manufacturing rely on pipe or liquid systems. As competitive businesses are pushed to increase production while maintaining reliable operations, tracking pressure saves time on diagnosing problems. Maintenance staff also can keep parts at proper inventory levels for scheduled fixes.

3. Oil Viscosity

A classic example of preventive maintenance (PM) is changing the oil in your car, either based on a calendar schedule (e.g. every three months) or based on mileage (e.g. every 5,000 miles). By adding CBM to your PM schedule, your maintenance team can monitor the oil particles to tell when to change the oil. Instead of 5,000 miles, the oil could last 8,000 miles.

Who depends on oil viscosity?

For construction or fleet vehicles, using CBM allows staff to schedule equipment maintenance and work more efficiently. In the long term, it also saves on oil and other parts.

The Impact

CBM offers organizations a competitive edge. Instead of performing failure-based maintenance, you can use CBM data to prevent problems before they happen and minimize overtime for technicians, cutting down on labor costs. Make your preventive strategies more accurate and reliable with CMMS and CBM.


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Data Mining – Classification Prediction

There are two forms of data analysis that can be used for extracting models describing important classes or to predict future data trends. These two forms are as follows

Classification models predict categorical class labels; and prediction models predict continuous valued functions. For example, we can build a classification model to categorize bank loan applications as either safe or risky, or a prediction model to predict the expenditures in dollars of potential customers on computer equipment given their income and occupation.

What is classification?

Following are the examples of cases where the data analysis task is Classification

A bank loan officer wants to analyze the data in order to know which customer (loan applicant) are risky or which are safe.

A marketing manager at a company needs to analyze a customer with a given profile, who will buy a new computer.

In both of the above examples, a model or classifier is constructed to predict the categorical labels. These labels are risky or safe for loan application data and yes or no for marketing data.

What is prediction?

Following are the examples of cases where the data analysis task is Prediction

Suppose the marketing manager needs to predict how much a given customer will spend during a sale at his company. In this example we are bothered to predict a numeric value. Therefore the data analysis task is an example of numeric prediction. In this case, a model or a predictor will be constructed that predicts a continuous-valued-function or ordered value.

Note Regression analysis is a statistical methodology that is most often used for numeric prediction.

How Does Classification Works?

With the help of the bank loan application that we have discussed above, let us understand the working of classification. The Data Classification process includes two steps

  • Building the Classifier or Model
  • Using Classifier for Classification

Building the Classifier or Model

This step is the learning step or the learning phase.

In this step the classification algorithms build the classifier.

The classifier is built from the training set made up of database tuples and their associated class labels.

Each tuple that constitutes the training set is referred to as a category or class. These tuples can also be referred to as sample, object or data points.

Using Classifier for Classification

In this step, the classifier is used for classification. Here the test data is used to estimate the accuracy of classification rules. The classification rules can be applied to the new data tuples if the accuracy is considered acceptable.

Classification and Prediction Issues

The major issue is preparing the data for Classification and Prediction. Preparing the data involves the following activities

Data Cleaning Data cleaning involves removing the noise and treatment of missing values. The noise is removed by applying smoothing techniques and the problem of missing values is solved by replacing a missing value with most commonly occurring value for that attribute.

Relevance Analysis Database may also have the irrelevant attributes. Correlation analysis is used to know whether any two given attributes are related.

Data Transformation and reduction The data can be transformed by any of the following methods.

Normalization The data is transformed using normalization. Normalization involves scaling all values for given attribute in order to make them fall within a small specified range. Normalization is used when in the learning step, the neural networks or the methods involving measurements are used.

Generalization The data can also be transformed by generalizing it to the higher concept. For this purpose we can use the concept hierarchies.

Note Data can also be reduced by some other methods such as wavelet transformation, binning, histogram analysis, and clustering.

Comparison of Classification and Prediction Methods

Here is the criteria for comparing the methods of Classification and Prediction

Accuracy Accuracy of classifier refers to the ability of classifier. It predict the class label correctly and the accuracy of the predictor refers to how well a given predictor can guess the value of predicted attribute for a new data.

Speed This refers to the computational cost in generating and using the classifier or predictor.

Robustness It refers to the ability of classifier or predictor to make correct predictions from given noisy data.

Scalability Scalability refers to the ability to construct the classifier or predictor efficiently; given large amount of data.

Interpretability It refers to what extent the classifier or predictor understands.


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Traditional Costing and Activity-Based Costing System | Differences

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The following are the differences between the two costing systems:

(1) Cost Assignment:

Both the Costing systems do the costing of a cost object which may be a finished or semi finished product, a component, an activity, a process consisting of series of activity, a customer, a supplier etc. However, the methodology of costing in the two costing systems is different. Let us take the example of a component as a cost object for doing its costing.

The component consumes certain amount of certain material and labor and that can be exactly measured. So, the costing of direct material and direct labor can be done in ABC exactly in the same manner as is done in conventional costing system i.e. by multiplying total material consumed by the component by material s unit price and by multiplying total labor hours used by the component by the per hour labor rate.

To this will be added, the portion of overheads of the organization that actually got consumed by this component. In conventional costing system, it is done by loading a percentage of the total overhead cost of the organization to the component.

Generally, this percentage is either the percent age of the labor cost or as the percentage of the material cost of the component or labor or machine hours as compared to the overall labor cost or overall material cost or total labour or machine hours of the entire organization. In fact, there is no rationale to it since the component may not have actu ally attracted the overheads to it in this manner of percentages.

In ABC, there is a need to find out the actual overhead activities performed on the component. Each overhead activity is measured in terms of its cost driver i.e. how many units of that cost driver were actually used by the component. On each overhead activity, the total cost of that overhead activity is collected at the organizational level. This is called the overhead cost pool of that activity. Also, unit cost of each activity driver is worked out by dividing the total overhead cost pool of that activity by the total units of the cost driver used at the organizational level.

This gives the actual cost per unit of the cost driver of that activity. Now, by multiplying the units of cost driver actually used by the component by this cost driver rate, one can get the actual cost of that overhead activity performed on the component. The overhead cost is allocated, in this manner, to the component for all the overhead activities the component used.

In summary, in ABC, each overhead activity has a overhead cost pool at the organizational level, each overhead activity has a cost driver with its unit of measurement and each cost driver has its unit cost i.e. the cost driver cost.

In this way ABC improves product costing procedure (as compared to traditional costing) because it recognises that many so-called fixed overhead costs vary in proportion to changes other than production units. By establishing the link between these cost drivers and fixed overhead costs, they are finally traced to individual products. Exhibit 4.6 presents an overview of product cost determination under traditional costing and ABC system.

Traditional Costing and Activity-Based Costing System:

(2) Two-Stage Allocation:

It can be observed that both the costing systems follow a two stage allocation procedure. In traditional costing, in the first stage, overhead costs are allocated to production departments. But in ABC, in the first stage, overhead costs are assigned to each major activity and not to departments. In traditional costing, overheads are pooled/collected department- wise. But, in ABC, many activity-based cost pools or cost centres are created.

In traditional costing, overhead costs of service departments are allocated/reapportioned to production departments and therefore in this costing system finally only fewer cost pools exist. But ABC creates separate cost pools for service activities as well and overhead costs of these service activities (service departments) are assigned directly to specific products through applying cost driver rates. Thus, in ABC, there is no need to allocate/reapportion overheads of service departments.

(3) Use of Historical Costs:

Another difference between traditional and activity-based cost ing is the historical orientation. It is not unusual for an organization to use actual historical cost as the basis for developing manufacturing cost standards. These historical costs often include rework, duplication, waste, redundancy, and inefficiency.

Accepting historical costs as a given and reflecting these costs in standards does not support continuous improvement. In a competitive situation, where competitors have been proactive in eliminating waste and improving activities, an organization can go out of business while meeting its standards. While activity-based costs are also calculated using historical resource costs, the orientation is different. Proponents of ABC are concerned about future competitive positions and use historical cost only as a baseline for improvement.

Summary of Differences between Traditional Costing and Activity-Based Costing System:

Exhibit 4.7 summarizes the major differences between the two costing system:


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    History of Cloud Computing

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    But it wasn’t until right at the end of the 1990s that cloud computing as we know it today appeared. That’s when salesforce.com introduced its own multi-tenant application which was specifically designed:

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    How cloud computing works

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