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reassessment

(rē″ă-ses′mĕnt) [ re- + assessment]
The evaluation and care of patients recovered from the field, performed en route to the hospital. It includes appraisals of mental status, airway, breathing, circulation, vital signs, chief complaints, and the effectiveness of initial treatments.
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But taxpayers will only get a break from taxing entities that asked for disaster reassessments.
It is positive that the Government recognises the fact that Parkinson's is a progressive condition that only gets worse with time and that people who already receive the highest rates of award deserve to be protected from the stress and uncertainty of repeated ESA reassessments.
It is important to note that the reassessment process is separate and distinct for towns and villages.
The reassessment comes after the median price of a home in the county peaked in February 2007 at $616,230 and has since dropped 23.
For all other threats, reassessment is not required for 10, 15, or 20 years, depending on the operating stress level of the pipeline, unless the baseline assessment and related information indicates otherwise.
First, there had been no reassessment in the past decade.
However, the periodic reassessments most assisted living organizations use to determine whether the residents are in the correct service level are often grossly inaccurate because they are based on staff estimates of care requirements, not on the actual minutes of care consumed.
Especially important are those relating to the contesting of an unfavorable assessment or reassessment.
Last year, reassessments of those early data revealed links between stages of fetal development at the time of the bombing and the likelihood of severe mental retardation (SN: 12/23&30/89, p.
The second recent focus of the DATTA program has been reassessments of existing technologies.
In addition, it provides commentary on the recent actions of rating agencies and the probable implications for insurers and reinsurers as a result of their reassessments of catastrophe risk and loadings attributed to modeled losses.
The proposed reassessments seek to disallow the deduction of these non-capital losses under the general anti-avoidance rule of the Income Tax Act (Canada).