administrative intervention

administrative intervention

Any intervention on the part of an administrative body (e.g., in a hospital or other healthcare facility) that is intended to influence a physician’s pattern of practice—e.g., to reduce over-ordering of tests for patient management.

administrative intervention

Diagnostic medicine Any intervention on the part of an administrative body–eg in a hospital or other health care facility, which is intended to influence a physician's pattern of practice–eg, to ↓ overordering of tests for Pt management
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An Employee Should Be Able To Log In Anywhere On Or Off The District Network (home Phone, Cell Phone, Or Computer) And Automatically Receive Calls And Retrieve Voicemail Without Administrative Intervention.
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This volume presents 11 written versions of presentations there on such aspects as euphoria in the moment before disaster, the distribution system of large-scale people's communes, accounting for death rate discrepancies in Anhui and Jiangxi, and the relative roles of administrative intervention and peasant resistance in ending the Great Leap Forward famine in rural China.
The procedure abolishes the Liquidation Team, a long-standing regime that many alleged was unjust, aggressive in administrative intervention, unprofessional, and unaccountable.
Besides the upfront set-up costs demanded by workflow many of these solutions require daily administrative intervention to insure processing has occurred.
In fact, he emphasizes that Napoleon's administrative intervention harnessed existing reformist trends and thus generated little resistance.
Subject to a few rules, all CTM applications and registrations will be automatically extended to any new EU member state without need for any administrative intervention, any new applications or any additional fees.
But the panel rejected a proposal that the new companies set up to manage highway operations be obliged to raise funds to build new highways, the members said, citing the need to eliminate room for political and administrative intervention in their operations.
can take input from a human resources application to further reduce administrative intervention
The official said practices of the old planned economy, such as administrative intervention and planned allocation of resources, are still retained and being exploited.
Succinct insights are provided with respect to coordination problems, market failure, and the occasional necessity for administrative intervention in order to permit the optimal allocation of developed land resources in metropolitan economics.

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