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Integrated

Completed; made whole or entire. Desegregated; converted into a nonracial, nondiscriminatory system.

A contract that has been adopted as a final and complete expression of an agreement between two parties is an integrated agreement.

A school that has been integrated has been made into one in which students, faculty, staff, facilities, programs, and activities combine individuals of different races.

Cross-references

School Desegregation.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Goldsmith, PhD, President of Health Futures Inc., has some second thoughts on the rush to integrate. "I think it was an incorrect reading of the Clinton reforms that you had to be an integrated health organization in order to be paid under health care reform," says Goldsmith.
NetGenics Gene Expression DataMart is component-based and will integrate with future domain-centric NetGenics DataMart solutions as they become available.
In general, Northeast Health gives us a single entity to integrate services, develop pricing structures for managed care negotiations, and to act as signatory to managed care contracts."