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VATValue Added Tax
VATVatican
VATHoly See (Vatican City, ISO Country code)
VATVisceral Adipose Tissue (body mass composition analysis)
VATVodka and Tonic (drink)
VATVariable Attenuator
VATVulnerability Assessment Team
VATVehicle Anti-Theft (General Motors)
VATVinyl Asbestos Tile
VATVictim Assistance Training (various locations)
VATVirtual Allocation Table
VATVisual Audio Tool
VATVariable Allocation Table
VATValue Attribute Table
VATVaccin Antitétanique (French: Antitetanus Vaccine)
VATVentricular Activation Time
VATValue Analysis Team (various organizations)
VATVermont Agency of Transportation
VATVirtual Allocation Table (OSTA universal disk format)
VATVirtual Anaesthesia Textbook
VATVelocity at Threshold (aviation)
VATVoter Assist Terminal (election technology)
VATVulnerability Analysis Team
VATVoyage Across Technology
VATVérification d'Absence de Tension (French: Verification of the Absence of Voltage; electrical safety)
VATVideo-Audio Tool
VATVolontaire à l'Aide Technique
VATVacuum Air Tube
VATVoice Activated Typewriter
VATVirtual Address Translation
VATVideo Assisted Thoracotomy
VATVertical Angle Theorem
VATVesicle-Associated Transporter (pharmacology)
VATVeritas Amplus et Talio (gaming)
VATValid Accounting Transactions
VATVirtual Arrival Traffic
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The organization also has instituted a process in which all IMDs must be preapproved by the value analysis team before the products can be used.
Value analysis teams comprising physicians, nurses and materials management directors must be provided with this data along with senior leadership support to effect change and target effective strategies for sustained IMD-related cost savings.
"Value analysis teams need to target key line items that create the largest variances and demand better pricing.
Usually the firm will establish a value analysis team that may then go through the following seven-step process, which is adapted from BPP Professional Education's P2 study text:
As a member of our Value Analysis Team, Leslie insists on accountability to patient care when choosing supplies.
Although they are aware of standardization efforts undertaken by value analysis teams, understanding the potential for reduced costs and improved quality as a result of reduction in the number of individual items has not been clearly demonstrated.
* Use of value analysis teams to drive best practices across the system.
Value analysis teams provide nurses, physicians and others a say in product utilization and performance.