Ethics in Patient Referrals Act

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Ethics in Patient Referrals Act

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An American federal law that makes it illegal for a physician to refer a patient to a health care facility in which the physician (or a family member) has a financial interest. Also known as the Stark Act.
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On Thursday, the committee described the decision to introduce the levy as sadistic and cold, saying it has made life difficult for the ordinary mwananchi.It made its opinion known when Mr Oimeke admitted that EPRA advised the government to introduce the tax.
Ali Zaidi, Director Research & Indexes at EPRA commented: "Saudi Arabia is the largest emerging real estate market by value in the EMEA region that is now accessible for global investors through Saudi REITs included in the Index.
Ali Zaidi, the director for Research & Indexes at EPRA, said: "Saudi Arabia is the largest emerging real estate market by value in the EMEA region that is now accessible for global investors through Saudi REITs included in the Index."
These perspectives have turned into a rise of 36% for the EPRA index between 2000 and 2013.
Now in 2011 EPRA handles all personal and household electronic devices including televisions computers stereos DVD players VCRs cameras landline telephones and answering machines mp3 players headsets and docking speakers.
The Epra is a common interest group, which aims to promote, develop and represent the European public real estate sector.
The first and most important of these was the European Platform for Regulatory Authorities (EPRA).
The company's intrinsic value, calculated on the basis of long-term fair value of equity (EPRA NAV), stood at EUR 11.59 per share as of September 30, 2012.
Adair said: "Despite the large discount which our shares trade at relative to the group's EPRA NAV [net asset value], it is our intention to retain our stock market listing.
"As an overriding theme (for Mipim), there's one word that springs to mind, which is 'uncertainty' on the regulatory front," said Gareth Lewis, finance director for the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA).
Installed in 2008, it is a collaboration between POP, the Fairmount Park Commission, the private Naomi Wood Trust, and the nonprofit East Parkside Revitalization Alliance (EPRA).