health care delivery

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: care delivery - the provision of health carehealth care delivery - the provision of health care  
supplying, provision, supply - the activity of supplying or providing something
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Stakeholders in the health care delivery process have a significant investment in the decision to diffuse innovation throughout their organizations.
The sector has "the ability to fashion a more cost-effective, more efficient and more successful health care delivery system," Anderson explained.
Retailers can legitimately claim to be on the front lines, guiding consumers through their evolving health care needs - and are therefore best positioned to drive the very development and implementation of the new model of health care delivery in this country.
This standard allows administrators of each correctional health care delivery system the opportunity to develop a meaningful and useful quality management program to measure and monitor the unique attributes of their health care delivery system.
Secondary expectations were to improve the timeliness and efficiency of health care delivery, and save on transportation and overtime costs by eliminating unnecessary round-trip hospital visits.
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN THE UNITED STATES is evolving like at no other time in the past.
All stakeholders of the health care delivery system stretch the medical commons to its limits with their competing interests.
Introduction to health care delivery; a primer for pharmacists, 4th ed.
Joining an unusual partnership of organizations last month, the discount store operator, along with such groups as the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the Communications Workers of America, launched the "Better Health Care Together" campaign, which outlines four core principles for achieving a new health care delivery system by 2012.
Part III describes clinical applications, medical liability, and applications for health care delivery by pharmacists.

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