health care industry

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health care industry

the complex of preventive, remedial, and therapeutic services provided by hospitals and other institutions, nurses, doctors, dentists, medical administrators, government agencies, voluntary agencies, noninstitutional care facilities, pharmaceutic and medical equipment manufacturers, and health insurance companies.
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She worked in the health care profession all her life and worked at Memorial Hospital in Worcester for 20 years until retiring in 1980.
West Hartford Health & Rehabilitation Center has been selected as a 2014 recipient of the Silver - Achievement in Quality for its outstanding performance in the health care profession.
He said that Physiotherapy is a health care profession which assists people to restore, maintain and maximize their strength, function, movement, and overall well-being.
Once the CTDAA request was submitted and posted, Impact Statements were submitted by persons or entities representing a health care profession detailing how their profession can potentially be impacted by this request.
Dubai: In a White Coat Ceremony - a formal robing of a physician's white coat, 150 students of Dubai Medical College (DMC) and Dubai Pharmacy College (DPC), the pioneering higher education institutions for women, were initiated into the health care profession.
When people need health care, odds are they'll encounter more RNs than any other type of health professional This means that, as a nurse, you're representing the health care profession And this is a huge responsibility.
The workshop is targeting those involved in health care profession education, which include postgraduate program administrators, directors, coordinators, clinician educators, and curriculum designers.
Thus, a plaintiff is "only required to submit an affidavit of an expert practicing or teaching in the same health care profession as those accused of wrongdoing and that the affidavit contain the necessary elements listed in the applicable section of Michigan law.
7 million and rank as the nation's largest health care profession, and their professional commitment runs deep.
One of those programs, the PCMH Homegrown Program, offers educational and financial support for certain PCMH employees seeking to establish themselves in a health care profession.
He said: "Pharmacists do lots of pharmacology training so they know more about the way drugs work than any other health care profession including GPs.
Major breakthroughs pioneered by the VA are invaluable to the entire health care profession.

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