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Henry J. Aaron – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the independent payment Advisory Board congress s good deed
    The New England Journal of Medicine, 2011
    Co-Authors: Henry J. Aaron

    Abstract:

    In establishing the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), Congress may have shown a rare willingness to abstain from meddling in matters it is poorly equipped to manage. It is too early to be sure, however, and the Board must surmount major challenges.

  • The Independent Payment Advisory Board — Congress’s “Good Deed”
    The New England Journal of Medicine, 2011
    Co-Authors: Henry J. Aaron

    Abstract:

    In establishing the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB), Congress may have shown a rare willingness to abstain from meddling in matters it is poorly equipped to manage. It is too early to be sure, however, and the Board must surmount major challenges.

L Manchikanti – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the independent payment Advisory Board
    American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2014
    Co-Authors: Joshua A Hirsch, William D Donovan, Robert M Barr, Greg N Nicola, David A Rosman, Pamela W Schaefer, L Manchikanti

    Abstract:

    IPAB
    : Independent Payment Advisory Board
    ACA
    : Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
    PCORI
    : Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute
    MedPAC
    : Medicare Payment Advisory Commission

    The Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) is considered the most potent cost-cutting measure of

J. Haasbroek – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • The Native Advisory Board of Bloemfontein 1913-1923 : the establishment of the Native Advisory Board
    , 2003
    Co-Authors: J. Haasbroek

    Abstract:

    The Native Advisory Board which was established in Bloemfontein in 1913 as a municipal institution on which elected black leaders, known as blockmen, from the various wards in the black townships served, existed as such until 1923. In that year Bloemfontein was one of the ftrst cities that had such an Advisory body and, in a certain sense, was therefore a pioneer in this sphere. By creating this democratically elected Native Advisory Board, the black community for the first time, in fact, became officially involved in such municipal matters as affected them. In contrast to the frequently positive official picture presented by the, authorities regarding the Board, their position was as often as not unenviable and difficult. On the one hand, the Advisory Board merely functioned in an Advisory capacity and remained totally subordinate to the white authority. On the other hand, they did come up against the many black residents who preferred to support the views of the ANC as countrywide liberation organisation, as well as the large faction who took the side of Henry Selby Msimang, a young dynamic leader of the workers.

  • The Native Advisory Board of Bloemfontein 1913-1923 : introduction
    , 2003
    Co-Authors: J. Haasbroek

    Abstract:

    The Native Advisory Board which was established in Bloemfontein in 1913 as a municipal institution on which elected black leaders, known as blockmen, from the various wards in the black townships served, existed as such until 1923. In that year Bloemfontein was one of the ftrst cities that had such an Advisory body and, in a certain sense, was therefore a pioneer in this sphere. By creating this democratically elected Native Advisory Board, the black community for the first time, in fact, became officially involved in such municipal matters as affected them. In contrast to the frequently positive official picture presented by the, authorities regarding the Board, their position was as often as not unenviable and difficult. On the one hand, the Advisory Board merely functioned in an Advisory capacity and remained totally subordinate to the white authority. On the other hand, they did come up against the many black residents who preferred to support the views of the ANC as countrywide liberation organisation, as well as the large faction who took the side of Henry Selby Msimang, a young dynamic leader of the workers.

  • The Native Advisory Board of Bloemfontein 1913-1923 : activities and performance
    , 2003
    Co-Authors: J. Haasbroek

    Abstract:

    The Native Advisory Board which was established in Bloemfontein in 1913 as a municipal institution on which elected black leaders, known as blockmen, from the various wards in the black townships served, existed as such until 1923. In that year Bloemfontein was one of the ftrst cities that had such an Advisory body and, in a certain sense, was therefore a pioneer in this sphere. By creating this democratically elected Native Advisory Board, the black community for the first time, in fact, became officially involved in such municipal matters as affected them. In contrast to the frequently positive official picture presented by the, authorities regarding the Board, their position was as often as not unenviable and difficult. On the one hand, the Advisory Board merely functioned in an Advisory capacity and remained totally subordinate to the white authority. On the other hand, they did come up against the many black residents who preferred to support the views of the ANC as countrywide liberation organisation, as well as the large faction who took the side of Henry Selby Msimang, a young dynamic leader of the workers.