reposition


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Time-on-task was studied as time in minutes to gather workers, reposition patients, and complete both tasks.
Because providers can no longer afford to defend themselves by claiming they "turn and reposition the resident every two hours" unless they can prove it, as this will be exploited in the discovery phase of the litigation.
2:00 AM: Sleeping residents able to reposition themselves will be left undisturbed for an additional hour.
to maximize its capacity to purchase and reposition value added opportunities, and benefit from the current interest rate environment.
The 404-room hotel, which was previously operated as the OHANA Waikiki Surf, is in the final stages of an extensive renovation to reposition the property into an upscale hotel.