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PRO review. Part III: Quality review, intervention, and sanction.
The above material represents a detailed discussion of the GMCF quality review plan, the quality intervention plan, and the sanction plan. It should be clear that every effort is being made byExpand
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Respiratory illnesses at the 2009 U.S. Army ROTC Advanced Camp.
Every summer the U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) conducts the Leader Development Assessment Course (LDAC) for several thousand upcoming senior-year cadets. This study describesExpand
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The CARE Program: what it is.
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PRO review Part II: Surgical review activities.
The objective of San Diego Transit (SDT) was to create an in-house pool of employees that could maintain SDT's buses into the future. Since those mechanics grew up with SDT, and were known, theirExpand
The development of economic sanctions in the practice of the United Nations Security Council
The United Nations was established in the belief that working together states could curb the use of force and the damage to states and individuals associated with it. Upon its creation the UnitedExpand
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Case Study of Cardiovascular Risk Reduction in the Northwest Region and TRICARE Region 11
Abstract : The outcomes management team at Madigan Army Medical Center was tasked by the Commanding General to develop and implement a cardiovascular risk reduction program for the Western RegionExpand
Wind prospecting in San Diego County, California
This Interim Report summarizes the site selection and first six months of data collection for a wind prospecting study which Meteorological Research, Inc., conducted in San Diego County, California.Expand
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Peer review in the 1990s. A look at the Georgia Medical Care Foundation.
Although it is not possible to completely summarize all of the policies and procedures of a program as complex as the PRO program in one article (or even three), it is useful for establishing theExpand
Bus Interface at a Regional Shopping Center
Public Transportation, in the 1980s, must continue looking for innovative ways to provide service to the public. One of these ways is to combine public funds with private sector funds to provide aExpand