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health care in Organizations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhealth careˈhealth care, healthcare ●●○ noun [uncountable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š Mthe services that are provided for looking after people’s health, or the activity of doing this πŸ”Š The government has promised better health care for all. πŸ”Š An ageing population requires greater expenditure on health care. β€”health-care adjective πŸ”Š health-care professionals
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health careβ€’ a health-care planβ€’ The 20-question survey had seven so-called positive questions about health care, which had correct or incorrect answers.β€’ Also, there is a need on the part of decision makers to assess the relative value for money from competing health care interventions.β€’ Despite initial euphoria, backers of mental health care know that the obstacles to final passage are large.β€’ This is because health and the quality and availability of health care often become the focus of community struggle.β€’ This should focus our attention more on the nature of health care commissioning activity.β€’ This chapter examines the contribution of the health care agencies.β€’ In the past 10 years, health care has become increasingly profit-driven.