The CDC and the American Cancer Society recommend informed decision
making as the strategy for early detection of prostate cancer.
While the degree of personal assistance varies, the first step is always to provide each client all the necessary information on the front end, to equip them to make the best and most informed decision
Further, the taxpayer also has to give details sufficient to allow the IRS to make a reasonably informed decision
about whether to audit the return.
Bolstered by a fairness opinion, the company's management and board of directors will be better able to make an informed decision
about a change-of-control transaction, and, it is hoped, avoid disaster down the road.
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Instead, they established a committee to craft a message that the NCI could give to women and health-care providers and determine the kind of products that could most effectively give women in their 40s the information they need to make an informed decision
about the benefits and risks of mammograms.
making is the principal tool or method we will use to accomplish these objectives.
These chief executives have satisfied themselves that EIS II will serve most knowledge workers, integrate their organization, people, and functions, and allow for more informed decision
making at many levels while reducing the "time float" associated with those decisions.
concludes that it will be about a decade before science and technology have progressed to the point where an informed decision
can be made on the feasibility of DEW.
Plan sponsors should understand what Section 404(c) does and does not do, so they can make an informed decision
as to whether or not to adopt it when the regulations are finalized.
Investors: All stake holders in broadband wireless will benefit from an informed decision
about 4G vs.
Picis believes that this, in turn, can promote faster and more informed decision
making by providing clinicians with access to information they need for efficient and safe emergency department care.