Over the next 12 months, approximately half of the APRNs plan to talk to their patients often or frequently about avoiding unnecessary
tests and procedures.
In the multivariate analysis, white women, Hispanic women and women of other or unknown ethnicities were significantly less likely than blacks to have a primary cesarean that was potentially unnecessary
(odds ratios, 0.
It reduces unnecessary
migrations and expires, and the recycle of tape volumes.
Without the knowledge that this is a normal structure, the otolaryngologist might embark on extensive and unnecessary
It's the smart way to save your unit unnecessary
repair bills down the road.
They also have forgotten that the "Vietnam syndrome" did more to restrain unnecessary
American adventuring than anything else since the end of World War II.
However, Bishop Donald Harvey of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador, who abstained from the original vote in protest, moved that the e-mail protocol be rescinded and that the provincial canons be amended to make such a vote unnecessary
in the future.
In performing this analysis, there are many pro forma adjustments that a valuation analyst will make to eliminate both nonrecurring revenue items, as well as unnecessary
A White House fact sheet claimed: "The President's decision will promote national security, enhance the effectiveness of our export control system and ease unnecessary
regulatory burdens on both government and industry.
A consumer investigation alleges they are charging for unnecessary
work to be carried out on cars.
Some top fast-fit car parts' centres are better at charging customers for unnecessary
work than spotting genuine safety problems, the Consumers' Association says today.
As the members of this subcommittee are aware, unnecessary
regulatory burdens hinder the ability of banking organizations to compete effectively in the broader financial services marketplace and, ultimately, adversely affect the availability and prices of banking services and credit products to consumers.