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mutuality

A term adopted by the NHS to describe the Scottish Government's approach to delivering health services in Scotland, which was borrowed from Nicola Sturgeon’s foreword to Better Health, Better Care (Scottish Government, 2007), which states: “A mutual NHS is a vision based on a shift from seeing people as ‘patients’ or ‘service users’, to a new ethos for health that sees people and NHS staff as partners, or co-owners in the NHS, who have real involvement, representation and a voice that is heard."
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McKesson and MPRS then moved in the bankruptcy court for an order permitting McKesson to invoke its triangular setoff rights to direct the Debtor's payment of the Disputed Funds to MPRS, toward payment of the Debtor's indebtedness of approximately $9.1 million to MPRS under the Master Services Agreement, as a credit against McKesson's indebtedness of $6,932,816.40 owed to the Debtor under the Distribution Agreement, McKesson and MPRS argued that McKesson was granted triangular setoff rights under the Distribution Agreement that were enforceable under California law, That created sufficient mutuality to allow McKesson to apply its outstanding indebtedness to the Debtor on the Petition Date against MPRS's claim against the Debtor also owing on the Petition Date.
From previous studies, I selected the most frequently identified dimensions: trust, satisfaction, control mutuality, and commitment (Childers Hon & Grunig, 1999; Ki & Childers Hon, 2007; Sweetser & Kelleher, 2016).
Based on our prior study and the hypothesis we generated, UPDRS III, NMSQuest, IQCODE, and ADL served as primary stressors (exogenous variables), while patients' HRQoL (PDQ8) served as the outcome variable (endogenous variable) and patients' mutuality and partners' mutuality served as mediators (endogenous variables).
"We look at the value and strength of remaining a mutual and every time we come to the same conclusion that maintaining our mutuality and this concept of shared risk that's part of that model allows us to make very long-term decisions for the company and our policyholders," he said.
Mutuality refers to interdependence among partners in a partnership or similar arrangement (J.
The relationship between mutuality and its organizational forms is emerging as a central area of investigation.
"One of the assumptions is mutuality of benefits- We have similar arrangements with other countries," Del Rosario said, noting that while the Philippines exempts US forces from taxes, American soldiers train Philippine soldiers in large-scale training exercises.
Women in the greetings of Romans 16.1-16; a study of mutuality and women's ministry in the letter to the Romans.
While 90 percent of mutual banks say they differentiate themselves from their competitors based on their mutuality, many of them express the same concerns as other community banks.
Conversations regularly turn to the spectrum between arm's-length charity, mutuality and friendship, and the striving for shalom.
"Our agency will bring 150 years of financial experience and mutuality from a Welsh building society to the people here."
On the other hand, a delegation of Lebanese moukhtars' Mutuality Fund, headed by Bechara Ghoulam, paid respects to Suleiman and thanked him on his signing of a special decree declaring the appointment of the new head to the Moukhtars' Mutual Assistance Fund.