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SHA

abbreviation for
(Navigation) sidereal hour angle
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Sir David Nicholson, chief executive of the NHS, recently outlined clustering arrangements for SHAs as part of the transition to the future health system.
The Shas party, the country's third largest party and a key player in the ongoing coalition talks, said on Friday that it would not join Livni's coalition, lead by the Kadima party.
In a statement yesterday morning, Shas stressed that throughout the coalition talks it had never sought titles or political promotions.
Shas wants about $28 million in child allowances to help support big religious families.
Some SHAs were unable to provide figures but the data also suggested SHAs have kept back at least pounds 12.8m that should have been passed on to NHS trusts.
The growing research literature on the Israeli Shas phenomenon has been moving over the years from a predominantly political perspective to one focused on it as a socio-religious movement.
Twenty-eight SHAs were set up in 2002 in England and then merged into 10 bodies in a drive to redirect pounds 250m into patient care.
This followed the publication of a national document, Commissioning A Patient-led NHS, which asked all SHAs to undertake an assessment of all NHS organisations to change the way services are commissioned and reflect patient choices.
Yesterday, Sharon sacked four ministers from Shas - Israel's third largest party - and a fifth resigned in protest.
The North East Strategic Health Authority (SHA), meets on Saturday, at 10am, at Riverside House, Goldcrest Way, Newcastle.
"The two SHAs have been classed by the Department of Health as being among the best in the country," he said.