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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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The definition of stakeholder most commonly associated with Stakeholding is the one introduced by R.
While stakeholding based on economic and social interests is questionable enough, it seems likely that the process will also become a back-door means of advancing explicit racial, ethnic, and gender-based quotas in government.
Other partners, Canadia Bank and the Cambodian postal service, would hold 50% and 5% stakeholding respectively in the proposed Cambodia Post Bank.
This appointment will come into force on the date of transfer of Wendel's stakeholding.
Its contempt for us couldn't have been clearer it ordered the hike ahead of Finance Minister Brian Lenihan's announcement that the Government will take a majority stakeholding in our biggest bank - effectively nationalising AIB.
Stagecoach also runs East Midland train services, the Island Line and has a 49% stakeholding in Virgin Rail.
Apart from the figures, Mr Cosslett confirmed that the board had met representatives of the Barclay brothers, who have built a 10 per cent stake in IHG, but that there had been no indication of their intentions towards the stakeholding.
The monthly payment is not being made at the moment pending the outcome of the talks with Nev and Geoff," added Griffiths, who also pointed out that the Trust's primary objective was to raise pounds 250,000 in order to buy a stakeholding in the club.
Other related topics of importance include profit sharing, stakeholding in firms and the issue of the right to work.
However, Richmond alleges some of the shares were acquired in a manner breaching the spirit of NZ securities law and wants the court to prevent PPCS exercising control with a stakeholding built up "covertly".
It involved building group John Laing increasing its stakeholding in the company.
It said on Wednesday that Reliance Defence Systems Pvt Ltd (RDSPL), a 100%-owned subsidiary of Reliance Infrastructure, has agreed to buy from the promoters of Pipavav Defence 13 crore equity stocks or about 18% stakeholding in the company at a price of Rs 63 per stock, aggregating Rs 819 crore.