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administrator

(ad-min'i-strā-tŏr),
A person or entity managing executive duties.

Administrator

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.

administrator

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.

ad·min·i·stra·tor

(ad-min'i-strā-tŏr)
A person or entity managing executive duties.

administrator,

n a person who manages or directs a dental benefits program on behalf of the program's sponsor. See also third-party administrator and dental benefits organization.
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Grachek: ACHCA changed its name from "Nursing Home Administrators" to "Health Care Administrators" back in 1982 to expand its scope to all long-term and post-acute care administrators.
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But in his notice to the region's public high schools, he gave examples of actions administrators have allegedly taken to permit ineligible students to graduate.
A well-structured agreement requires a taxpayer and tax administrator to devote time up-front, analyzing the various areas to be covered.
First, administrators should analyze the objective to ensure that they fully understand the problem.
He concluded, "If the administrator only shows up when there are troubles, or when times are exceptionally good, it shows me that he or she isn't really interested in me or my program.
Sixty-five percent of the administrators in the city who made over $65,000 work for the schools.

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