Shifting the Balance of Power


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Shifting the Balance of Power

A phrase used by the UK Secretary of State for Health in his speech at the 2001 launch of the Modernisation Agency, referring to the planned reforms and performance improvements contained in the NHS Plan.
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Pierre Salvadori's charming confection is as light and airy as some of Tautou's costumes, shifting the balance of power between Jean and Irene as he gives her a run for other people's money.
We will strengthen communities, shifting the balance of power away from those who terrorise and disrupt the lives of hardworking people.
Validas is disruptive in the wireless market because we are shifting the balance of power in the customer's favor.
With the points reinstated, Coulthard would head to Imola with a real chance of shifting the balance of power at McLaren away from his pointless team-mate, defending champ Mika Hakkinen.
Our company is shifting the balance of power in the industry, giving both buyers and sellers more control.
Open source has created a profound change in the market place, shifting the balance of power from large corporations back to the users of products.
Tom Elkin, assistant executive officer of Health Benefit Services for California Public Employees' Retirement System, will hold an educational forum and open discussion on "Providers and Purchasers: Shifting the Balance of Power.
Open source has created a profound change in the market place, shifting the balance of power away from large vendors and back to the users of products.
The time is ripe for an innovative approach to move the music industry forward and we are introducing a concept that will greatly benefit independent artists by shifting the balance of power in their direction.
AWR's flagship Microwave Office product is the design suite that completely revolutionized product development by shifting the balance of power back into the hands of high-frequency design engineers.