M. A. Finch

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As we approach the 21st Century, the health care industry will face an increasing number of challenges in dealing with managed care, one of which is information technology, or the lack thereof. In the conclusion of a two-part article, the author explains that these developing technologies will speed the next revolution in health care, a revolution that will(More)
We describe a 1 km-thick ultramylonite forming the high strain base of the >3.5 km-thick El Pichao shear zone in the Sierra de Quilmes. This shear zone thrusted granulite facies migmatites onto amphibolite facies rocks during the 470 Ma Famatinian orogeny. Strain grades upwards from ultramylonites to weakly sheared migmatites across the 3.5 km-zone and the(More)
Australia and the United States have begun training transformations in response to significant new operational priorities (e.g., frequent coalition operations in a progressively more networked battlespace) and to the evolution of new training technologies. Large coalition training exercises (e.g., Red Flag, Pitch Black) are conducted infrequently and with(More)
Web-enabled technologies are swiftly becoming popular in all walks of life--health care included. New health care applications are blossoming every week, creations that promise to drastically change the efficiency of managed care systems. In this first installment of a two-part series, the author describes some of the innovative changes that are occurring(More)
In the military, the use of teams to perform complex work functions is pervasive. Team performance is therefore critical, across a range of work contexts, for fulfilling operational requirements. To understand team performance, it is necessary to measure team performance. Valid and reliable measurement of the variables underlying effective team performance(More)
We thank S.H. Büttner for the opportunity to clarify our work and the evolution we proposed for the shear zones of Sierra de Quilmes. Büttner et al. (2005) was the first comprehensive study of the Tolomb on complex. Their map, photographs, and petrography were helpful and although we cited their work more than any other, we apologise that S.H. Büttner felt(More)
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