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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Ricketts SA, Murray EK and Schwaiberg R, Reducing low birthweight by resolving risks: results from Colorado's Prenatal Plus program, American Journal of Public Health, 2005, 95(11): 1952-1957.
Because it is confidential and private, mediation is not a good mechanism for resolving issues that will likely set precedent for other uninvolved parties.
FTM has been successful in quickly resolving issues and bringing cases to prompt conclusions.
And noted that if we are seen as a good partner then we can be in a position to perhaps assist nations in resolving their differences.
State societies also provide CPAs with the best avenue for resolving statewide insurance and regulatory issues that could promote or hinder the use of ADR.
Resolving conflicts at the local level can actually help strengthen the agency by giving administrators and clinical staff the opportunity to identify weaknesses in services delivery.
IIR will do this not only by establishing a procedure to govern the resolution of issues on a pre-filing basis, but also by setting ground rules for resolving ongoing audits.
Barry Dorn, MD, who writes a regular column on conflict resolution with Marcus for American Medical News and with him co-authored a book entitled Renegotiating Health Care:x Resolving Conflicts to Build Collaboration (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995), agrees that "as physicians, we've very used to being prescriptive--we're presented information and we say, 'Okay, here's the answer to the problem.
The company and the UAW have agreed to a goal of resolving the issues by early December.
FTS allows both Appeals and taxpayers to assess the hazards of litigation when resolving disputes.
Nationally, the lapse time for resolving large case appeals has been reduced by 90 days, adding that his goal is to reduce the period further.