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Leave Worries Behind When Packing for Vacation

...ves related to worries about health and safety -- such as getting sick, being tired or fretting about weight gain -- and financial issues, such as not overspending on or during the trip. "Our results contradict the general belief that leisure travel affects an individual's life satisfaction through positive e...

Buyers Spend More With Non-Cash Purchases

...to be treated like [play] money and are hence more easily spent (or parted with)," the authors wrote. "Treating nonlegal tender as play money leads to overspending that authorities can warn consumers about." More information The American Psychological Association has more about how finances can affect ...

Metal Trades Dept. Calls for Oversight Hearings Into Operations of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program (EEOICP)

...up its electronic data system; dismissing its advisory committee of workers' compensation experts after the committee criticized DOE's operations; and overspending on administrative costs fourfold. The operations of other agencies with responsibilities under the act as amended to repair DOE's failure in 2004 ...

Chronically Ill Patients Get More Care, Less Quality, Says Latest Dartmouth Atlas

... This is a serious problem. Caring for people with chronic disease now accounts for more than 75 percent of all health-care spending. And over-use and overspending is not just a Medicare problem--the health-care system as a whole lacks efficient, effective ways of caring for people with severe chronic illnesses. ...

Humor and Hope Sustain NJ Woman Through Disabling Movement Disorder, Election Campaign

...pending, respecting all individuals, and acting in a timely, professional, and efficient manner. She believes in volunteerism as a means of curtailing overspending and enhancing the feeling of community. Goodhart seeks to revive a spirit of cooperation, both within Borough Hall and throughout the community. Good...

Double-penalty System for Bankrupt Health Trusts Lifted

...t showed 103 hospital trusts across England were forecasting an accumulated deficit of 1.6 billion pounds by the end of the financial year, caused by overspending since 2001. At least a dozen hospitals had reached the point where financial recovery was impossible. NN ...

NHS To Achieve Waiting Figure Target By 2008

...y 2008, the waiting time between the time of referral and initiation of medical treatment should not exceed a maximum of 18 weeks. In order to prevent overspending of the budget, some of the hospitals are a little passive about non-emergency surgeries until the next financial year. ...

NHS To Pay More Attention To Its Finances

...ared to financial management. The handout culture is responsible for the losses incurred by the trusts in the 2005-2006 year. There has been an overspending of £948 million for the half-year period alone. Emergency measures aimed at scaling down expenditure are also being resorted to. The new measures prop...

NHS Audit Commission Warns Possible Financial Collapse In Sussex And Surrey

... in the absence of a Government intervention. “This is the most immediate risk facing the economy. Organisations need to be clear that continued overspending will generate real cash shortfalls and ultimately threaten both the supply of goods and payroll. We recognise that the financial position differs for ...

Shortage Of Funds In Primary Care Trust In UK

...s it made sense for PCTs to set a minimum wait of six months for non-emergency surgery until they got their finances under control. "Any trust that is overspending is relying on another part of the country - possibly with greater health needs - to bail them out ... Of course it is frustrating for people who are b...
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