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  • 141 Health hazards in semiconductor manufacturing occupations — is an issue of dispute past and present workers of semiconductor manufacturing have with their employers and associates of their employers.These are the issues confronting semiconductor manufacturing workers, companies and their suppliers: * Use… …

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  • 142 Health::Disco2 — Remix album by Health Released June 22, 2010 …

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  • 143 health visitor — noun A nurse concerned mainly with health education and advice and preventive medicine rather than the treatment of disease, who visits esp mothers with young children and the elderly in their own homes • • • Main Entry: ↑health * * * health… …

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  • 144 health´-ful|ness — health|ful «HEHLTH fuhl», adjective. 1. giving health; good for the health; wholesome: »a healthful diet, healthful exercise. SYNONYM(S): salubrious. 2. helping to bring about moral or spiritual welfare or prosperity; saving: »a healthful spirit… …

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  • 145 health´ful|ly — health|ful «HEHLTH fuhl», adjective. 1. giving health; good for the health; wholesome: »a healthful diet, healthful exercise. SYNONYM(S): salubrious. 2. helping to bring about moral or spiritual welfare or prosperity; saving: »a healthful spirit… …

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  • 146 health|ful — «HEHLTH fuhl», adjective. 1. giving health; good for the health; wholesome: »a healthful diet, healthful exercise. SYNONYM(S): salubrious. 2. helping to bring about moral or spiritual welfare or prosperity; saving: »a healthful spirit of… …

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  • 147 Health Purchasing Victoria — is an Australian public authority established [ [http://www.austlii.org/au/legis/vic/consol act/hsa1988161/s129.html] Accessed January 18, 2008 ] in 2001 by an amendment to the Victorian Health Services Act 1988, and has a responsibility to… …

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  • 148 Health care informatics — has been defined as:: A field of study concerned with the broad range of issues in the management and use of biomedical information, including medical computing and the study of the nature of medical information itself. Shortliffe EH, Perreault… …

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  • 149 Health Reimbursement Account — Health Reimbursement Accounts, or Health Reimbursement Arrangements, (HRAs) are IRS sanctioned arrangements that allow an employer, as agreed to in the HRA plan document, to reimburse for medical expenses paid by participating employees. HRAs… …

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  • 150 Health Trust — or HF ( no. Helseforetak) is a health enterprise owned by one of the four Regional Health Authority in Norway, with responsibility for performing a geographic and/or specialist activities of operations on behalf of the regional health authority.… …

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  • 151 Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act — USA A federal law enacted as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Pub. L. 111–5 (Feb. 17, 2009)) that amends the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) to address privacy …

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  • 152 Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act — Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act USA A federal law enacted as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Pub. L. 111–5 (Feb. 17, 2009)) that amends the Health Insurance Portability and… …

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  • 153 Health Services Union — (HSU) Zweck: Gewerkschaft Vorsitz: Kathy Jackson Gründungsdatum: 1991 Mitgliederzahl: 70.000 (2011) Sitz: Melbourne Website …

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  • 154 health check — UK US noun [C] ► FINANCE a statement that contains financial information and advice relating to a particular economy, company, or person: »It s a good idea to look at tax efficient savings and to get a health check from an independent adviser. a… …

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  • 155 health services — ► [plural] organizations and activities that provide medical treatment: »Social problems in the country include poor access to drugs and affordable health services. »mental/sexual/occupational health services »local/community/public health… …

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  • 156 Health Human Resources — is the study of human resource issues for the health care sector. * Trends Analysis * Supply Demand Modelling External links * [http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/dispPage.jsp?cw page=hhrdata e Health Human Resource Databases] , Canadian Institute for …

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  • 157 Health organization — Health organizations vary in scope from municipal to global. The World Health Organization is a health organization of such global scope. Organizations exist for all fields of health, such as medicine, health promotion, and health education …

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  • 158 Health systems engineering — is an academic discipline where researchers and practitioners treat health care industry as complex systems, and further identify and apply engineering applications in health care systems. This term was first seen in late 70s (Saxton GO 1979).… …

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  • 159 Health Schools Australia — is a distance learning college, which has been established since 1967. Health Schools Australia teaches naturopathy, nutrition, herbal medicine, remedial massage and wellness up to the Advanced Diploma level.The college also articulates with… …

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  • 160 Health care in Singapore — is mainly under the responsibility of the Singapore Government s Ministry of Health. Singapore generally has an efficient and widespread system of health care. It implements a universal healthcare system, and co exists with private healthcare… …

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