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reassessment

(rē″ă-ses′mĕnt) [ re- + assessment]
The evaluation and care of patients recovered from the field, performed en route to the hospital. It includes appraisals of mental status, airway, breathing, circulation, vital signs, chief complaints, and the effectiveness of initial treatments.
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Recent legislative and financial developments, coupled with rising cost pressures, are causing many employers to reassess their retirement programs to ensure they are aligned with business objectives and have the appropriate impact on employee engagement and satisfaction, the ability to attract and retain new workers and on workforce productivity," said Pamela Hess, director of retirement research at Hewitt Associates.
A US investigation into JPMorgan's (NYSE: JPN) hiring of sons of senior Chinese officials in return for business, has forced bankers elsewhere to reassess the 'client hire' tradition commonly followed by banks, reports Reuters.
In addition, UnumProvident is offering to reassess private label, acquired and reinsured block claims, as well as claims administered on behalf of employers, from Jan.
The IRS agreed with all but one of the report's 15 recommendations and said it would reassess risks in that area--the composition of courier teams responsible for transporting taxpayer remittances to depository institutions--and advise the GAO of any related changes it makes.
With the TWA Terminal at Idlewild threatened with redundancy, it may be time to reassess Saarinen.
Because the economic climate has been so poor, you should reassess the investment choices available under your government retirement plan, find out which investments are right for you now, and consider adjusting your investment mix.
These changes will force companies to reassess their business needs for temporary staff, and organizations that use "temps" as a low-cost way of filling their employment needs will have to rethink their policies, say consultants at William M.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) determined that, as part of its implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA), which mandates evaluation of aggregate exposure to pesticides and cumulative health risk, it must reassess nearly 10,000 uses for hundreds of pesticides.
The researchers recommend that policymakers reevaluate the wisdom of equating chrysotile risks with those of other asbestos fibers and reassess the need to remove it from buildings.
Nearly 4 out of 10 People Likely to Reassess Their Dating Life
Global Banking News-12 April 2010-Chinese regulators asks banks to reassess risks(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Los Angeles officials said Wednesday they will reassess how to deal with the city's affordable-housing crisis after voters rejected a $1 billion housing bond on Tuesday's ballot.