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The data sets from CareSet allow CURA to identify an organizations' specific opportunities and challenges and provide unique insight into how they compare with their local peer groups and negotiate more beneficial partnerships with payers and managed care companies.
En las Figuras sucesivas 5-6 podemos ver la evolucion de la lesion, hasta llegar a su completa cicatrizacion en la cura del dia 10-12-2015.
2) Instaurar un protocolo que minimice la manipulacion/ cura de los cateteres para HD previene aparicion de infeccion del OS y episodios de bacteriemia secundaria.
Esto es lo ocurre en Clorinda Matto de Turner cuando ya la descripcion del cura don Pascual, bajo de estatura y rechoncho, delata su poco aseo personal, mientras que su vestimenta es un primer sintoma de su impostura: "vestido con una imitacion de sotana de tela negra, lustrosa, mal tallada, y peor atendida en el aseo" (Matto de Turner, 1995, p.
For the 12 month period ending 31 December 2014, CURA Partners' acquisition represents approximately USD12m to USD13m in aggregate projected annual revenues.
Children, young people and adults sat together and roared their approval of Cura as if he were a rock star.
En los dos textos ulteriormente aludidos, Olegario Cura es un sicario que presta servicios a los carteles de la droga.
Sine Cura Caf owner Pam Cordua, 24, says getting a new restaurant off the ground can be tough, but the cafe at Broadway and Charnelton is slowly and surely building a customer base.
In 2009, the Chefs' Challenge was created in collaboration with PBC dining services' partner, Cura Hospitality.