ushering in


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the introduction of something new

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Experts predict that CDHP, much like managed care did in the 1980s, will upend the medical marketplace, ushering in a new era of responsibilities and relationships.
There were similar problems at polling stations in Aston, Sutton Coldfield and elsewhere across the country, with reports that staff were forced to approve "lock-ins" as 10pm approached, ushering in voters and closing the doors behind them.