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appropriateness

Health care The use of a resource or service in the most suitable, or efficient manner possible. See Inappropriate. Cf Practice guidelines.
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Rather than the particular format used, attention was paid to the use of medium and its timeliness, effectiveness, appropriateness to the target audience and how reporting has been translated online and enhanced by the benefits of digital.
a) Audit subject matter will include: *Discussion of the appropriateness of the actuarial assumptions.
A study undertaken in Israel [9] assessed the effect of a managed care preauthorisation programme based on the ACR Appropriateness Criteria and the Royal College of Radiology Guidelines.
The parish statement added: "We look forward to reading the judge's full ruling to understand the appropriateness of a suspended sentence for a theft of some PS60,000.
If it is inappropriate to resent Lennie for what he does, but appropriate to resent Leslie, what notion of appropriateness is in play?
Singh's APC is suspended until such time as the Council is satisfied that appropriateness of her conduct is no longer in doubt or that Singh will not be charged as a result of the PCC's investigation.
In this experiment, attractiveness, novelty, and appropriateness are rated on five levels.
The Appropriateness Criteria are available online and can be accessed through all major mobile platforms via the Anytime Anywhere[TM] application.
Jette and her colleagues used the RAND/UCLA appropriateness method, in which they performed systematic literature reviews on the epidemiology and natural history of drug-resistant epilepsy, the cost and utilization of surgery, and outcomes of surgery for partial epilepsy.
The past 20 years have seen the development and dissemination of numerous clinical guidelines, critical pathways, clinical protocols, appropriateness criteria, and the like.
This fall, REBNY supported a Certificate of Appropriateness for 980 Madison Avenue, calling for the historic building to be restored to its original design and build a residential addition designed by Sir Norman Foster.
Art and architectural aspirations have long aroused disputes among artists, scholars and the common citizen over the appropriateness of paintings, memorials and monuments: for the first time these debates are surveyed in VISUAL SHOCK: A HISTORY OF ART CONTROVERSIES IN AMERICAN CULTURE.

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