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A person or entity managing executive duties.


Informatics A user registered to a server who has one or more class privileges.
Managed care A white-collar worker, usually a nonphysician, who directs and/or manages the operational aspects of an enterprise—e.g., a medical center or bureaucracy.


Bureaucracy A white-collar worker, usually a nonphysician, who directs and/or manages operational aspects of a business or bureaucracy. See Scientific review administrator, State fluoridation administrator, Third-party administrator.


A person or entity managing executive duties.
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Grachek: We do offer CE self-study courses on the ACHCA Web site, and we have very active partnerships, including one with your magazine that offers a monthly CE test (see, for example, "American College of Health Care Administrators Continuing Education Test #114," p.
Many administrators have taken similar tacks to reduce internal friction--albeit at a certain cost.
Now, administrators can gather all the information in their palms--taking photos of the victim's facial bruises to filling out the incident report--in the hall.
IT administrators have used virtual LANs (VLANs) for years to segment a common physical IP network into multiple logical networks.
The litigious environment administrators find themselves in these days can be quite a deterrent to entering the field or staying in it when more lucrative, less stressful jobs or retirement are beckoning," she said.
Administrators have tapped into the devaluation of personal responsibility illustrated by smoking bans and fast food lawsuits, coupling it with bullish political correctness.
NYU administrators followed suit in March 2001, formally agreeing to recognize and begin bargaining with the UAW--the United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (www.
A managed compliance agreement streamlines the audit process for state tax administrators.
To this end, administrators should not allow time constraints imposed by outside influences or their own lack of preparedness to short-circuit the planning process.
Administrators need to foster camaraderie among the coaches and not fragment the department by pitting one sport against another.

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