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inland

1. of, concerning, or located in the interior of a country or region away from a sea or border
2. the interior of a country or region

inland

[′in·lənd]
(geography)
Interior land, not bordered by the sea.
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To date most have been unwilling to do so, Inlander added, noting that when consumers turn in their prescriptions at the pharmacy counter they are typically asked to sign a document waiving their right to be counseled about the drug they are about to receive.
Inlander noted that although prescription drugs represent about 90% of the treatment patients receive when they visit doctors, physicians typically spend no time talking about it.
Inlander and Weiner write that knowing where malpractice occurs most often can help patients be alert.
If you see that your physician got disciplined for turning in his Medicare forms late, you're still going to go to him," says Inlander.
To stay ahead, the Inlander is betting big on local partnerships and by operating with a start-up mentality.
Pacific Northwest Inlander magazine recently voted 10 Minutes Down Best Local Band.
Inlander should think about how not to help the uninsured.
Like Golodner, panel participant Charles Inlander, president of the People's Medical Society, believes that many consumers fail to understand the quality and safety of generic drugs.
Akehurst, christened the "handicap specialist", was just as adept at collecting big races over hurdles, with Inlander notably taking both the Imperial Cup and Swinton Hurdle in 1987.
Inlander, president of the People's Medical Society, and Ed Weiner, a former senior editor of People's Medical Society publications.
Inlander cites one study that focused on medical bills exceeding $10,000 in which 98 percent of the invoices contained mistakes, with an average error of $1,400.
Inlander is president, People's Medical Society, Allentown, Pa.