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accountable

(Explainable), adjective construable, deducible, definable, describable, determinable, explicable, inferential, interpretable, renderable, translatable

accountable

(Responsible), adjective answerable, beholden, bound, chargeable, devolving on, liable, obliged, owing, under obligation
Associated concepts: held accountable for one's actions
See also: actionable, ascertainable, bound, determinable, liable, subject
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Allowing APRNs to practice autonomously and accountably has the potential to improve communication between providers, encourage teamwork, and cut costs.
Special care should be taken in the pending constitutional drafting process to follow these principles if Nepal is to establish a judiciary that can function both accountably and independently.
While use of A4R would not solve all of the problems that arise when there are insufficient resources to provide the best possible care to all who need it, it would, we believe, help to allocate resources accountably and ethically in the face of mounting health care needs and an inability to do everything that could be done for all.
In other words there was an assumption that women would play politics differently and exercise power accountably (Batliwala and Dhanraj 2004: 1415).
It also extended until 31 December 2010 the International Advisory and Monitoring Board monitoring the Fund, noting the 'significant role' both have played in helping the Government to ensure that Iraq's resources are being used transparently and accountably for the benefit of the Iraqi people.
The CEC standards articulated in this consensus document are one way to enable a CEC service to function effectively and accountably in health care settings and to negotiate ethically justifiable solutions when values uncertainties or conflicts arise regarding a patient's plan of care.
Partners have to be able to refer to each other openly, transparently, accountably and frequently to deal with challenges as they arise.
Egan added: "We test all winners, horses who run accountably badly, and others that the stewards on the day decide should be tested.
Fortunately, Alzheimer's is required to be covered by long-term care policies under both Montana law and the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountably Act (HIPAA).
Pakistan, he said, was aware of the importance of using the money accountably and effectively.
Pyongyang should ''cooperate transparently and accountably to resolve the issue of foreigners abducted by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea,'' he said, referring to North Korea's official name.
Agreement or no agreement, we must continue to demand accountably.

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