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“He pointed out this started with the Tory government of the early 1990s and continued under Labour through to a system called practice-based commissioning which allowed doctors working in partnership to get virtual budgets.”
“They also need to be paid to develop and conduct practice-based and community programs in sustainable lifestyle change such as those pioneered by Dr. Dean Ornish.”
“Meanwhile, UAL is increasing its postgraduate portfolio, including a fashion MBA, while CSM will run six master's courses, three practice-based MAs, including one in art and science, and three research-based MRes courses.”
“Nor is payment by results, practice-based commissioning, or choose and book - all done deals, though not quite up and running.”
“As he will see, studies show that GP fundholding and practice-based commissioning delivered shorter waits and fewer referrals to hospitals for patients.”
“In the same vein, Sheldon generally avoided serious theology because of "the irrelevance of doctrine to his practice-based religion" (Smith 2007: 200), a way of thinking that still characterizes some strains of Evangelicalism.”
“Judaism is a practice-based rather than belief-based religion, as is Hinduism.”
“He set revenue goals in the two specific practice-based programs in partnership with the two sponsoring KCDs who could commit resources to help him get there new innovative services theme.”
“Before it was all managerial-speak — practice-based commissioning, payment by results and all of that.”
“However, what all creations of humanity, including religion, actually have in common is their genesis in the human mind and body – and what all practice-based spiritual approaches have in common is an interest in affecting the experience one is having of that mind and body.”
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