executive profile

executive profile

Lab medicine A battery of lab analytes that may be measured annually in quasi-important people, ie 'executives', to detect any potentially morbid condition that may require intervention. See Organ panel.
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The bank has assessed its executive profile and boardroom during the last one and half year period for new capacity to facilitate accomplish its aims.
Looks-wise, the saloon and hatch have the sort of presence that combine a big chunky executive profile with a sleek and classy look that has slight echoes of the Jaguar XF.
The Executive Profile Series on page 18 introduces Steve Rudnitsky, Hotel Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
They include an advance security checklist, a hospital survey, a building survey, a known-threat data sheet, and an executive profile form.
Next, managers need to assemble an executive profile that will justify the project to senior management and explain the steps involved and the anticipated costs.
For many organizations, the ideal physician executive profile features a primary care physician.
BOSTON & GENEVA -- Philip Lee, an Asian-American President and CEO of a leading Boston technology corporation, says, "Asian-Americans have to be substantially better than the 'safe' stereotypical senior executive profile to get the job.
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The types included in this field are rankings, industry overview, company overview, executive profile, cover story, interview, and newsbriefs.
Here are a few tips from someone that looks at HCIT executive profiles on a regular basis.
Catch up on the latest fundraiser pictures, the executive profiles and the scrumptious provisions.

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