Continuing to operate under its established name, the founding team of Hassle
Centrality and individual differences in the meaning of daily hassles
Within the nurse category, lack of recognition hassles
were the most frequently reported hassle
by the nurses working in the inpatient settings in comparison to nurses working in the outpatient settings.
A licensed boat captain who always enjoyed windsurfing and wakeboarding, Hassle
first saw a kiteboarder in action on late-night television in 1999.
TMA uses its hassle
data in discussions with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (formerly the Health Care Financing Administration), Texas' Medicare carrier TrailBlazer Health Enterprises in Dallas, insurance plans, and legislators.
Slow payments also top the list of hassles
in North Carolina, where the state medical society surveyed its members about Medicare hassles
In the year 2000, the Hassle
Factor Log Program handled 5,078 hassles
, a 53% increase in the number of hassles
processed in 1999.
The Astra Hassle
parti is not as clear as these because it is a complicated and almost labyrinthine attempt to draw together diverse scattered buildings on a large site into some kind of overall order.
Each month, the Hassle
Buster is pictured in the company newspaper, being congratulated by company president, Bob Brown.