PPO


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PPO

abbr.
preferred provider organization
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For principal cellist Gerry Graham Gonzales, the maestro had 'delivered the goods excellently,' capping his statement with an emphatic 'the PPO needs him.
The miscibility and phase behavior of epoxy/PPO blend have been studied by several research groups [6-10], PPO is thermodynamically immiscible with epoxy resin, and the phase separation occurs in their blends, which is more significant for the PPO with high molecular weight.
The competitive climate heating up, companies across the continent can benefit from the enterprise-wide project portfolio management improvements offered by PPO.
Indianapolis, has HMO, PPO and POS plans serving 2,113,159 million members in Indiana.
Growing environment influenced PPO activity in wheat grain for cultivars grown in the USA and Australia (Baik et al.
PPO laws generally do not allow for the taking of risk.
CIGNA is proud to have led the market in PPO reporting by submitting a full set of HEDIS data for 41 PPO markets in 2006," said Leslie Campbell, CIGNA Vice President for Quality Management.
One marveled at the effervescent sound the PPO produced.
reported that under the action of potassium ferricyanide the oxidative polymerization of DMP in an aqueousmedium was realized and PPO was obtained [5, 6].
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Indianapolis, has HMO PPO and POS plans.
cultivars generally have very low PPO activity, whereas hexaploid wheat cultivars vary in the amount of PPO activity (Baik et al.
Soloists from Iloilo City that have performed with the PPO before include pianist Maria Luisa Vito and violinist Gilopez Kabayao.