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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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"To Personalize or Not to Personalize: Modeling Queries with Variation in User Intent," Proc.
The company, which has a following on Twitter@ Catalina, personalizes the consumer's path to purchase through mobile, online and in-store networks powered by the largest shopper history database in the world, according to Paige Vesuvio, group director of corporate marketing.
This association with Myntra enables consumers to personalize jerseys of their favourite IPL teams and is another step towards allowing our consumers to express themselves and celebrate their individuality."
Getting students to personalize UD's Web sit has been key to that success, says Munoz.
You can now personalize your download page according to your preferences.
The launch of a new messaging platform from M3 will soon enable pharmaceutical firms to personalize contact with British doctors.
The Personalized Application Builder is a set of tools, training and marketing resources that enables partners to personalize solutions to meet their customers unique requirements and then differentiate themselves by branding the solution under their own name.
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