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fundholding

(ˈfʌndˌhəʊldɪŋ)
n
(Economics) (formerly, in the National Health Service in Britain) the system enabling general practitioners to receive a fixed budget from which to pay for primary care, drugs, and nonurgent hospital treatment for patients
ˈfundˌholder n
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With Fundholders living throughout the United States, JCF's data offers a rare look into the funding preferences and giving trends of American Jews.
JCF Fundholders recommended a record-number of grants--58,224--to thousands of charitable organizations, a 10 percent increase from 2017.
General practitioners (GPs), in turn, could have their own budget, such as fundholders, in order to hire the necessary (not emergency) services for their patients.
The issue relates to a proposal to adjust contracts to the benefit of landowners at the expense of fundholders, which Malthus strongly rejected on moral grounds relating to 'fair play'--one might say 'justice'--but without formal theological underpinning:
He added: "It was a combination of bad trading and not being able to raise enough money from the property portfolio." An industry scheme, the Pension Protection Fund, will step in to safeguard BHS pension fundholders. The PPF is paid for through a tax on every worker who has a pension.
It will present options for future operating models and fleet to the Leadership Board of the North East Combined Authority during the summer, and this will inform discussions with the government and other fundholders.
at is an insult to fundholders in that it implies that we have neither the intelligence nor the alertness to spot when some get-rich-quick scheme is not all that it seems to be.
That's how they make money for their fundholders. Rutland's ownership is a new chapter in Millbrook's history--it's by no means the final chapter."
Principal fundholders at the NHS (known as Primary Care Trusts) use a commissioning system, allocating funds to practitioners via a capitation system.
Can primary care groups learn how to manage demand for fundholders? A study of fundholders in Nottingham.
Sovereign fundholders might find it attractive to invest in a share of, say, the NEC, and the council would certainly welcome the cash that might generate.