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personalisation

A term which focuses on factors specific to an individual, who is best placed to assess his or her own needs. Personalisation of healthcare incorporates a person’s strengths, preferences, network of support (e.g., family and friends) and resources (e.g., personal funding sources or eligibility for state funding); it means that people can be responsible for themselves and make their own decisions about what they need, but that they also need information and support to enable them to do so.
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The white paper launch also coincides with Found's own introduction of personalisation consultancy as part of its service offering.
She takes the example of social care, where the personalisation agenda has been most dominant and has led to the most radical transformation of welfare services.
"Personalisation" is the drive to put people first, through a major overhaul of public services.
It is acknowledged that the shift to personalisation is one that will require fundamental change in the 'care market' - in funding, the workforce, local authorities and indeed in the rest of us as potential service users.
Announcing the JV, Abdulla Qassem, Chairman, Network International said: C[pounds sterling]This JV with the one of the world leaders in personalization services, will bring one of the worldCOs most advanced card security and personalisation technology to the Middle East and North Africa region.
"Heads are already out there putting personalisation into practice.
Participants will focus on one of five key areas of personalisation, including strategies for assessment for learning, extending the curriculum and creating new models of school organisation which best meets the needs of students.
Touch Clarity has introduced web site personalisation software that studies consumers' online behaviour to help maximise Internet retailers' returns.
How are living human beings mapped onto the profiles and personas used for personalisation How well does it work Are there gaps between the 'models' of the humans and their groups, which broadly understood AI generate, and the experiences of the living human beings themselves, when they receive their personalised content
Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO) has said that it has opened a new banking card personalisation centre in Dubai.
Oberthur Technologies (OT) and Network International have announced a partnership which brings together a complete portfolio of payment solutions including card personalisation, EMV and related payment security services to clients across the Middle East and Africa.
MF Group will display its card personalisation machines for instant and central issuance at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2012.

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