AMMINISTRAZIONI IMMOBILIARI E CONDOMINIALI

Html2pdf php download in php by em20@gmail.com.Economic issues in the new medical care delivery system: the effects of Medicare on the hospital industry.
This analysis examines the implications of Medicare for hospitals. Specifically, it examines changes in the demand for services for the hospital inpatient care sector and the impact of Medicare on various cost components. The demand for hospital services is not expected to be materially affected by Medicare. Unlike for hospital stays, however, factors associated with hospital ownership and the type of hospital will influence the development of the new hospital market. In addition, the effects on hospital investment will depend on hospital responses to Medicare. Some will be induced through greater competition or other factors, while others will be reduced or eliminated. Finally, the effects on hospital overhead costs will depend on whether Medicare is used to reduce costs or to induce hospitals to respond to those cost reductions with greater efficiency and coordination.Q:

Let $X \subset \mathbb{R}^n$ and $u : X \to \mathbb{R}$ be convex and $f \in \mathbb{R}^n$.
I would like to estimate $\min_{x \in X} u(x) – \max_{x \in X} u(x)$ as a function of $f$ by looking at the negative gradient of $u$ wrt to the norm $|| \cdot||_{X^*}$ and $|| \cdot||_\infty$. I would like to know whether this is possible.
The estimate

\min_{x \in X} u(x) – \max_{x \in X} u(x)
\leq \frac{1}{2}\left( \min_{x \in X} u(x) + \max_{x \in X} u(x) \right) \\
\leq \frac{1}{2}\left( \max_{x \in X} |u(x)| – \min_{x \in X} |u(x)| \right) \\
\leq \frac{1}{2}\left( \max_{x \in X} |u(x)| – \min_{x \in X^*} |f(x)| \right)

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09/01/2017

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