New Paradigm


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New Paradigm

A new and innovative way to do business. The term "new paradigm" was common during the dotcom bubble and referred to any business practice that utilized the Internet. During this period, investors tended to buy stocks thought to be using a new paradigm.
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New Paradigm 2: Differential approaches to financial arrangements are needed for economically mixed poor populations.
The New Paradigm answers the question as to what kind of care management leads to the best long-term outcomes for populations where public safety is at stake: "The best medical care for addicted people is found in programs that, (1) endure for an extended period, (2) carefully monitor substance use and (3) stop nonmedical drug-using behavior by actively managing the consequences for any continued substance use and by rewarding abstinence" (DuPont & Humphreys, 2011).
The new paradigm to which Wuthnow objects tells a story about how non-Western Christianity "saved" the Christian movement from the decadence of the West.
Costs for some of their medications previously covered by their third-party payer might no longer be covered if dispensed under this new paradigm and would therefore be an out-of-pocket cost," NACDS cautioned.
What is the new paradigm and how will it change the way we look at product trainings?
Today's rapidly changing business environments have made it indispensable for businesses to revisit their marketing strategies right from the scratch to incorporate the New Paradigm channels.
Titled "A Commentary on the Nutrient-Chronic Disease Relationship and the New Paradigm of Evidence-Based Nutrition," the article states that understanding the role of nutrition in preventing chronic disease is "one of the greatest challenges facing the health sciences field today.
During the transition period, problems that can be resolved with the help of the old and new paradigm overlap to a great extent, but never totally.
THE NEW PARADIGM FOR FINANCIAL MARKETS: THE CREDIT CRISIS OF 2008 AND WHAT IT MEANS
A new paradigm of spirituality and religion; contemporary shamanic practice in Scotland.
The new paradigm will further open doors for insurers, both in product design and insurer skills, Perlman said.
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