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stakeholder

Managed care
Any person or party who provides, receives, manages or pays for healthcare.

Medspeak-UK 
Any person or party with an interest in the financing, implementation or outcome of a service, practice, process or decision made by another (e.g., healthcare, health policies). For hospital trusts, stakeholders include patients, carers, staff, unions, voluntary organisations, social services, the local health authority, GPs, primary care groups and trusts in England, and local health groups in Wales.
  
Vox populi
Any party—person, group, or community—with an interest in a particular effect or outcome (e.g., activities at a hazardous waste site).
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As another fascinating application of stakeholder theory, Daiane Mulling Neutzling, Manoela Silveira Santos, dos, Marcia Dutra Barcellos, and Anna Lauren Land examined value creation through internationalization of the artisanal cachaca sector.
The study identified a Maslow-like hierarchy of attributes that includes a good reputation, while culminating in stakeholder confidence.
Waiting for an issue to arise before making your acquaintance with a stakeholder may insert unnecessary challenges, hinder communication and promote a less-than-desirable working situation.
As an example, the uptake B&CE has seen with its workplace pension EasyBuild - a stakeholder scheme itself, within the construction industry - demonstrates exactly what can be accomplished by well managed, stakeholder schemes.
One way to define stakeholder utility is: The degree to which a given SWPBIS evaluation, measure can serve any invested group or individual in a way that would impact that group's/individual's professional performance, investment and time commitment.
The Boards' primary stakeholders include preparers, auditors, and users of financial statements that are prepared in accordance with the Boards' standards.
Since Freeman (1984) published his landmark book, Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach, the concept of "stakeholders" has become embedded in management scholarship and in managers' thinking.
Once such activities are made then overall stakeholder's impact on project and stakeholder analyses with corresponding stakeholder strategy can be developed.
During the last several decades, resource and environmental planning has undergone a major paradigm shift from a scientifically-based model controlled by experts to a collaborative model based on stakeholder participation (Gunton and Day 2003, Wondolleck and Yaffee 2003).
Once such activities are made then overall stakeholder's influence on a project and stakeholder analyses with corresponding stakeholder management strategy can be developed.
To identifying the essentials of stakeholder management, Critical Success Factors (CSFs) approach is used in this study.