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Nunes Ferreira 1.
(178.) DE BRANTES
& DELBANCO, supra note 176, at 6.
Measuring potentially avoidable care costs is a step toward improving quality and affordability of care, says de Brantes
The PPACA's effect on how that number may be shifting is still in the early stages of research (de Brantes
& D'Andrea, 2009).
Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Patti Pulse of North Bend and Doris Brantes
of Brazil; two sons, Ron of Scottsburg and Michael of North Bend; 17 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Provider organizations that adopt value-based payment should be able to achieve higher net margins over the long term, says Francois de Brantes
, the Engelberg Center's executive director.
(11.) Veliz J, Brantes
S, Ramos C, Aguayo J, Caceres E, Herrera M, Barber A, Barria M, Wohllk N.
It was danced by his brother Gaston, his cousin Conde, Luynes, his brother Brantes
, and other court nobtables, and there was a banquet afterward.
So far, none of BTE's employers or payers have formally committed to the program, Francois de Brantes
, CEO of the coalition, said in an interview.
noted that the rewards won't be limited to internists and family physicians.
(15.) Arriagada M, Arteaga E, Bianchi M, Brantes
S, Montano R, Osorio E, et al.
Fiore de Brantes
, for instance, offered both a French Regence period fireplace, c.
Screenplay, Onteniente, Emmanuel de Brantes
, Philippe Guillard, Menu Booz.