administrative intervention

administrative intervention

Any intervention on the part of an administrative body (e.g., in a hospital or other healthcare facility) that is intended to influence a physician’s pattern of practice—e.g., to reduce over-ordering of tests for patient management.

administrative intervention

Diagnostic medicine Any intervention on the part of an administrative body–eg in a hospital or other health care facility, which is intended to influence a physician's pattern of practice–eg, to ↓ overordering of tests for Pt management
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Since 2010 the group noted that the alleged press freedom violations include harassment and/or killings of student writers and editors; meddling with editorial policies; actual censorship of editorial content; withholding and looting of publication funds; non-collection or non-mandatory collection of publication fee; administrative intervention; suspension and expulsion of student editors and writers; and filing of libel charges against campus journalists.
Government officials refute this saying card fees have a public nature and take the form of an oligopoly, and thus it is inevitable for an administrative intervention to take place.
For instance, the (http://appft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PG01&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.html&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=%2220180285837%22.PGNR.&OS=DN/20180285837&RS=DN/20180285837) patent application explains  there is real life "administrative intervention" activity, like "when a user performs illegal activities, a court order may be executed to freeze the user's account." This kind of an intervention with smart contacts cannot be carried out in the existing blockchain systems.
We could lower the rating if administrative intervention in the economy become much more extensive and intensified and such intervention may become a regular feature of the economy for years to come, or if the government resorts to aggressive credit expansion to prop up economic growth.
Such applications combine a computer's fail-proof data retrieval and information accuracy with human judgement, minimising risk and maximising benefit while providing actionable input for rational decision-making and humane administrative intervention.
We just need to make sure the market is sending the right signals, and like I said - if it were a market that were just totally competitive and there wasn't any administrative intervention, then you wouldn't have to worry about it because the market would work, right.
This volume presents 11 written versions of presentations there on such aspects as euphoria in the moment before disaster, the distribution system of large-scale people's communes, accounting for death rate discrepancies in Anhui and Jiangxi, and the relative roles of administrative intervention and peasant resistance in ending the Great Leap Forward famine in rural China.
Besides the upfront set-up costs demanded by workflow many of these solutions require daily administrative intervention to insure processing has occurred.
In fact, he emphasizes that Napoleon's administrative intervention harnessed existing reformist trends and thus generated little resistance.
In this day and age, depictions of violent acts will most likely place students in jeopardy of administrative intervention. This is understandable and must be acknowledged.
Subject to a few rules, all CTM applications and registrations will be automatically extended to any new EU member state without need for any administrative intervention, any new applications or any additional fees.
But the panel rejected a proposal that the new companies set up to manage highway operations be obliged to raise funds to build new highways, the members said, citing the need to eliminate room for political and administrative intervention in their operations.

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