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descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on events or stimuli or processes that occur subsequently

(of a policy or person or action) controlling a situation by causing something to happen rather than waiting to respond to it after it happens

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Accurate and timely identification of patients and effective assessment of actionable care are critical to the success of pro-active medical management.
We're very honored to have been named as a Pro-Active Partner by Aracruz Celulose," said Ricardo Pereira, General Manager of Invensys Brazil.
SKYNET and MTS BOBCAT (Europe's largest Bobcat dealer) have developed a series of unique sensors which when connected to Skynet's "Skamp" Telematic, pro-active track and trace device, allows Bobcat dealers to exert, from a remote location, considerable control over Bobcats on hire.
with outside partners Pro-Active (Alberta) Incorporated and Pro-Active Health (Delaware) Incorporated.
com's real time public company news alerts is a free service that allows pro-active investors to receive email news alerts on the stocks they own or plan to own, thus allowing them to take advantage of potentially significant price moves that often follow time-sensitive news announcements.