EMR

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AcronymDefinition
EMRElectronic Medical Record
EMRÉnergies Marines Renouvelables (French: Renewable Marine Energy)
EMRÉditions Marc Reift (French: Marc Reift Editions; Switzerland)
EMRElectromagnetic Radiation
EMREnergy, Mines and Resources (Department of)
EMREmergency Medicine Review (various organizations)
EMREngineering Management Review (IEEE quarterly magazine)
EMREndoscopic Mucosal Resection
EMRExperience Modification Rate (insurance)
EMRExtramural Research (various locations)
EMREnergetic Macroscopic Representation
EMRElectro Magnetic Radiation
EMREastern Main Road (Trinidad and Tobago)
EMRInstitut für Europäisches Medienrecht
EMREuropean Management Review (journal)
EMREmergency Medical Responder
EMREmergency Management and Response
EMREntertainment Media Research (various locations)
EMRExtramarital Relationship
EMREmballages Ménagers Recyclables (French: Recyclable Household Packaging)
EMREducable Mentally Retarded
EMREmergency Medical Response
EMRElectromagnetic Resonance
EMREmerging Markets Review (journal; Elsevier)
EMREnvironmental Management Representative
EMRElectromechanical Relay
EMRElectronic Management of Records
EMRÉditions Musicales Russes (French: Russian Music Publishing)
EMREnterprise Medical Record
EMRExclusive Marketing Right (India)
EMRÉcole Maîtrisienne Régionale de Bourgogne (French choir school)
EMREeyou Marine Region (Canada)
EMRExtraordinary Magnetoresistance
EMREmerald Management Reviews (database; UK)
EMREnvironmental Management Review
EMREngine Mixture Ratio
EMREuropean Midcourse Radar
EMREnhanced Metafile Record (Windows programming)
EMREdison Media Research
EMREspace Musical de Rousset (French: Rousset Musical Space; est. 1983)
EMRExchange Message Record
EMREnvironmental Management Report
EMRElectronic Meter Reading
EMREnter Move Request
EMREducational Media Resources (various organizations)
EMRElectromagnetic Response
EMREmergency Medical Rescue (New York)
EMREmergency Minimal Repair
EMRElevator Machine Room (architectural documents)
EMREnlisted Master Record
EMRExecutive Management Review
EMREnhanced Measurement Report
EMRExecutive Management Report
EMRElectronic Mail Registration
EMRElectromagnetic Reconnaissance
EMRExplosive Mishap Report
EMREuropean Model Rocketry (est. 1996)
EMRElectronic Mail Room
EMREvent Monitor Request
EMRElectronic Combat Multifunction Radar
EMREquipment Maintenance Record
EMREffort Multiplier Rating
EMRElectromechanical Research Incorporated
EMREngineering Management Resources BV
EMREspoir Masculin Régional (French: Promising Regional Actor)
EMRElectronic Management Reports
EMRErrored Message Ratio (Hekimian)
EMRExecution Management Replanner (TBMCS)
EMREmergency Manual Release
EMREmotionally Mentally Retarded
EMREmbassy Mission Residence (US State Department)
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The process of reviewing workers' compensation reserves prior to the carrier reporting losses for an experience modification rate is also critical.
Another example of a common rate found within safety is the Experience Modification Rate (EMR).
Use objective criteria, such as the Insurance Experience Modification Rate and Total Recordable Incident Rates to determine how the contractor's performance is measuring up to stated expectations.
Construction company executives throw rose petals at themselves when their workers' compensation experience modification rate is under 1.0 and bitterly complain when that mod is higher than 1.0.
It also is important to know the contractor's experience modification rate. Contractors with high rates are statistically more likely to experience a serious injury on a project.
Pierce & Associates had no reportable injuries in 2008 and had a 20 percent better-than-average Experience Modification Rate, which compares a firm's workers' compensation claims with those of similar employers.
The employer's experience modification rate, which determines its workers compensation premiums, skyrockets.
Experience modification rate. EMR is a workers' compensation insurance measure of past safety experience.
"By significantly lowering our Experience Modification Rate (EMR), the company has been able to compete for work at facilities that we were previously not able to.
Contractors participating in joint ventures have been known to charge back the highest estimated experience modification rate for all of the participants, even though each participating member maintains its own experience modification.
Contractors that enjoy lower experience modification rates, based on less severity and less frequency of workers' compensation claims, will receive the benefit of having lower up-front premiums.
If you want your clients to be more profitable--this is one area where we can help manage costs, reduce experience modification rates and improve loss control.
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