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[mass noun], [often as modifier] The organized provision of medical care to individuals or a community.‘healthcare professionals’
- ‘There's even a laptop computer for use by other health-care professionals.’
- ‘This would lead to reduction in medical costs and improvement in health care.’
- ‘Many of the primary care trusts that commission health care are also in crisis.’
- ‘The community deserves a say in the development of its health-care program, he said.’
- ‘His aim is to reshape US health care by changing the way that medicine is taught.’
- ‘How much of the health care has been peeled away, by so-called health-care reform?’
- ‘A rash of external inspection is affecting the delivery of health care around the world.’
- ‘Electronic communication promises to revolutionise the delivery of health care.’
- ‘Not only do latex allergies threaten health-care workers, but patients are also at risk.’
- ‘It will have wide effects, as Medicare pays for much health care in the United States.’
- ‘It is difficult for patients, it is difficult for health-care professionals, and it is difficult for society.’
- ‘More than three times as many were most concerned about Medicare and health care or jobs and the economy.’
- ‘Stimulants were the most commonly prescribed drugs in both health-care systems.’
- ‘The regulatory bodies cover most professionals who work in health care including nurses.’
- ‘Most of us know health-care costs are spiraling out of control in this country but this raises a question.’
- ‘There are few more basic needs than efficient and safe health care provision.’
- ‘We have to put more individual responsibility in making wise health-care choices.’
- ‘The volume should be of help in rationalizing the use of these products in health care.’
- ‘Is our objective to increase knowledge, change attitudes, or improve health care?’
- ‘The costs included the direct medical costs of health care within the programme and elsewhere.’
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