GMS2 | definition of GMS2 by Medical dictionary
GMS2 A general medical services contract introduced in 2007 and billed in Wales as a strategic tool to improve the quality and range of services for patients; to give local health boards the ability to shape services, increase primary care capacity to meet local needs, tackle wider problems across the whole NHS; and to revitalise general practice and make it a more attractive and family-friendly place to work, utilising the full talents of the primary-care team.
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In the above definition, if d satisfies only (GMS1) and (GMS2
), then it is called semimetric (see, e.g., ).
The Afsoc AC-130U gunship is being upgraded with the Raytheon APQ-180 fire control radar and the Lockheed Martin AAQ-39 Gunship Multispectral Sensor System (GMS2
), replacing the older All-Light-Level Television (ALLTV).
"Importantly, we also firmly understand the latest Government legislation relating to the new GMS2
contract, which dictates a points system within practices that is dedicated to proving standards of clinical patient care and administration procedures.
The necessity 'to build up trust over time' (BMB2), to rely on 'lived experience' (GMS1) and on 'long-term process' (GMS2
) and long-term relationships (GMS5) were mentioned frequently.
In July 2008 the US Air Force awarded Lockheed Martin a contract for twelve Gunship Multispectral Sensor Systems (GMS2
) to be turret-mounted on AC130Us.