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policy

a plan of action adopted or pursued by an individual, government, party, business, etc.

policy

The rules and regulations set by the organization. Policy determines the type of internal and external information resources employees can access, the kinds of programs they may install on their own computers as well as their authority for reserving network resources. Policy is also related to network quality of service (QoS), because it can define priorities by user, workgroup or application with regard to reserving network bandwidth. See COPS and Internet Usage Policy.
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The new debut of a short-term home health care policy is highly relevant for insurance agents who market long-term care insurance and Medicare products," explains Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
health care policy has been--and a look, perhaps, at where it might go.
NIWI is a workshop that provides a wide range of topics, from the basic legislative process to health care policy.
BEIRUT: Palestinians in north Lebanon Friday held a protest to reiterate their rejection of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency health care policy modifications implemented earlier this year.
Another important characteristic of this book is that it also recommends an incrementalist approach to health care policy reform implementation.
This book examines health care policy from a political perspective, describing how Congress, the president, special interest groups, bureaucracy, and state governments help define health policy problems and find politically feasible solutions.
health care policy focused primarily on Medicare's shortcomings and the plight of the uninsured.
This is nothing more than conservative politics and moral intolerance dictating health care policy.
Alan Derickson, one of this country's best historians of health care policy, asks the right question in this expert monograph on the idea of access to universal health care in America during the twentieth century.
So not only has Massachusetts taught the rest of the country a thing or two about health care policy, but it's also set the standard for bipartisan cooperation to find solutions for the people.
The home page for the National Conference of State Legislatures includes research and reporting on health care policy at the state and local levels.

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