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a policy of creating strategic alliances in order to check the expansion of a hostile power or ideology or to force it to negotiate peacefully

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(physics) a system designed to prevent the accidental release of radioactive material from a reactor

the act of containing

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this technology will help position PMR to provide cost containment strategies for those whose care is currently financed through the public sector.
PMSV is a leading independent national provider of medical cost containment services and products to workers' compensation payors and claimants and to the physical therapy clinics in the rehabilitation product and services marketplace and is the holding company for seven other subsidiaries, including Prescription Management Services, Inc.
Commenting on Long's appointment, Tizzio said, "We are extremely pleased to have an individual of Stan Long's experience, acknowledged success and proven leadership abilities heading up our cost containment efforts.
The company also announced that under Kappauf's direction, they have begun the implementation of an aggressive cost containment program.
CONTACT: David Coley, 904-922-5765 or Kim Gerato, 904-922-5588, both of the Florida Health Care Cost Containment Board/ CO: Florida Health Care Cost Containment Board ST: Florida IN: HEA SU:
Public policymakers are considering cost containment measures to bring the costs of prescription drugs used to treat injured workers more into line with similar costs in group health or government insurance programs, according to an analysis by the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI).
23 /PRNewswire/ -- Improved comparisons of average charge differences among Florida hospitals are available to Florida consumers who want to learn more about what to expect when faced with a hospital stay from information contained in a consumer brochure released today by the Florida Health Care Cost Containment Board (HCCB).
DALLAS -- Review Med, a Dallas medical cost containment firm, has earned a full Workers Compensation Utilization Management Accreditation from URAC, a Washington, D.
The Company's remaining operating segment is the Employer Cost Containment and Health Services segment, composed of the operations of WC Holdings, Inc.
With cost containment remaining a priority, government policy in the Netherlands has been characterised by various initiatives to liberalise pricing and modify the reimbursement scheme of pharmaceuticals covered under the compulsory health insurance fund.
April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearHealth Strategies (ClearHealth), a leading provider of cost containment solutions to the health insurance, workers compensation, and other related industries, with an emerging focus on Medicare-based pricing initiatives, announced today that Brian Wroblewski has joined the company as Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing.
The primary services consulting pharmacists provide to nursing homes fall under four categories: clinical consultation, education, regulation compliance, and cost containment, with cost containment gaining importance over the past few years.
This persistent focus on cost containment led ATPCO last year to review its approach to data protection for its distributed environment and evaluate whether there was a more cost-effective and resilient process to help improve data integrity and support near continuous operations.
in its latest research, Managed Care and Medical Cost Containment in Workers' Compensation: A National Inventory, 1999-2 001.