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redistribution

1. The matching of care personnel resources to the population's site of care. The term usually is used in discussing the maldistribution of in-hospital personnel compared with in-community personnel.
2. The return of blood flow to an ischemic segment of myocardium. During exercise, regions of the heart supplied by partially occluded arteries are deprived of blood, a condition that may foster angina pectoris. With rest, healthy blood flow to the affected areas is restored. Radionuclide agents (e.g., thallium-201 or sestamibi) can be used to demonstrate regions of the coronary circulation where this effect occurs, and aid in the diagnosis and management of ischemic heart disease.
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In contrast, reference to achieving greater equality through income redistribution raise the spectre of government intervention and higher taxes that does not conform so closely to mainstream Australian values.
With a massive cut in the cost of living and housing owned by everyone, there is far less need for redistribution.
By implication any state redistribution programs must have the potential of making all citizens better off (Mueller, 2007).
They then use this tax rate to calculate three different measures of redistribution.
Overall, it clearly emerges that the main driver behind redistribution is not only general inequality as measured by the Gini coefficient, but the ratio of (factor) income between the top income decile and the middle class.
Background: The Childrens Health Insurance Program (CHIP) includes a redistribution fund that includes unused CHIP funds from the prior two years and allows states to meet the projected costs of their current program.
As government pressure on the Cambodia National Rescue Party mounted earlier this year, the Kingdom's election laws were hastily, and controversially, amended by the ruling Cambodian People's Party to allow for the redistribution of the opposition's seats in the event of its dissolution.
com)-- Azim Nakhooda, a founding partner and principal of Cedar Brook Group, one of the region's largest independent wealth management firms, analyzed data regarding the concept of wealth redistribution and suggests it's bad for Americans.
Enough ingredients for an incredible 2,155 meals was donated as part of the store's redistribution programme Community Food Connection, in partnership with FareShare FoodCloud.
Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths said: "I am pleased that Wales is leading the way in food redistribution and welcome the Welsh Surplus Food Summit.
Predistribution is not necessarily the enemy of or an alternative to redistribution.
In a study published in the January issue of AJPH, researchers used life tables to look at coefficients of longevity in equality for all people, as well as for those who survived to be at least 10 years old, with market income inequality and income redistribution.