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fast-tracked

A generic term used in the UK for any accelerated access of a patient to a particular health or social service—e.g., fast-tracking patients with higher stage cancer for urgent surgery or fast-tracking war veterans to specialist care.

fast track

Cardiology adjective Referring to prioritized Pt management, specifically FT thrombolytic therapy in Pts undergong acute MI. See Myocardial infarction.
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A retrospective study of this kind of environment would show that it is usually preferred by mediocre slow trackers and is intolerable for the fast trackers.
The ranking also lists four categories, Most Influential, Longest Stints In Banking, Fast Trackers, and Youngest Stars, of which, Kathy Thompson ranked 3rd among the "Fast Trackers.
Fast Trackers particularly value news and information , including news, sports, and weather.
As one experienced senior executive put it, 'turning an organization around requires the same kind of leadership you see in young people captaining team sports, in student government and from genuine fast trackers in business.
He doesn't confine his support of the sport to owning a large number of fast trackers, he also believes in putting substantial money back into the game.