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a.1.One who has money invested in the public funds.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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She surely must be the "Jeannet Hare" recorded in 1861 as living as a lodger at 184 Sloane St, Chelsea, and listed as aged 48, unmarried, fundholder, born in the East Indies and a British subject.
Which professional might be described as a fundholder? 9.
The test data were drawn, in part, from a 'parent' investigation, a large-scale study reported internally to South West Directors of Social Work by two of the members of the research team: fundholder and co-organiser, Geraldine Macdonald, and research associate, Ioannis Kakavelakis (Macdonald and Kakavelakis, 2004).The training was led by Martin Herbert, who also participated in planning the research project.
Despite the outreach program coming under the organisational umbrella of Miwatj Health, control effectively remained in non-Indigenous hands, as the fundholder for the grant was the Nhulunbuy Town Corporation; WCL funds were allocated through local government organisations.
15-48) described it most enterprises were state-owned and most producers were agents of a government principal, usually a minister acting as the legal fundholder. Horizontal relationships of specialisation and exchange were organised by order from above through vertical hierarchies rather than directly between buyers and sellers on a voluntary basis.
The role of the fundholder was to act as a banker, to release funding on the direction of the community decision-making body; and to ensure that appropriate accountability was maintained.
Their funding is obtained through the Physician Fundholder Groups who collectively obtain money from the state system based on a capitated fee for each person enrolled in the group practice.
The leaders of the BMA's GP committee give the impression that they were happier under the Tories running fundholder practices, which was an unfair system as it gave richer areas such as Bearsden in Glasgow a better service than poorer parts of the city.
In 1995-1996, $97 million that had previously been spent on hospital and specialty care was transferred to spending on innovations and services in GP practices, as a result of fundholder contracting.[9] There was a perceived shift in the balance of power between GPs and specialists with GPs controlling more medical resources.[10,16]
The second, which we call the GP fundholder market, is one in which GP fundholders in their role as agents for patients purchase health services on their behalf.
When attacked in parliament for appearing to take the side of the mercantile classes, Ricardo "denied that he was interested either as a mercantile man or as a fundholder. He [said he] was a landed proprietor, and his interests were bound up with that of the House." V RICARDO, Speech on "Mr.