QIPS

AcronymDefinition
QIPSQuality Incentive Payment System (Independence Blue Cross)
QIPSQuality Improvement Process Strategy
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David said since the launch of the QIPs under MGC in 2015, Cambodia has received a total of 34 projects in the fields of health, agriculture, education, environment, skills development, women's empowerment, rural development, water resources and ICT.
Our next step is to formalize a pilot process as a QIPS project in our resident outpatient clinic at CAMC.
(25) In the fiscal year 2015/2016, the UN allocated only USD 24,440,000.00 for the development of QIPs, value that covers all OMPs (United Nations, 2015a, 3).
Capital raised by listed companies from primary markets through QIPs plunged 70.4% to Rs 4,318 crore, Sebi data showed.
The assessment and ratings texts are designed to support teachers to meet minimal legislative standards (ACECQA, 2011b) and to promote continuous quality improvements through the development of a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) (ACECQA, 2014b).
In 2015, 30 QIPs worth $550,000 were implemented for projects such as rebuilding of public infrastructure, rehabilitation of agricultural roads, schools, hospitals, improving access to water/electricity, reforestation and many other environmental projects.
15 QIPs have been approved by UNMEER in Sierra Leone in 11 of the 12 districts in the country, with over $400,000 spent.
After completion of Phase 1 of QIPs, Phase 2 is being undertaken shortly which will focus on projects for local populace.
Questionnaire sur positives etaient les inquietudes de beaucoup associees Penn State (QIPS) a une diminution 7.
The IB report says that cartels are pushing prices before initial public offerings ( IPOs) and Qualified Institutional Placements ( QIPs) for benefit of promoters causing financial losses to retail investors.
Though the German PRTs differ from the US and UK models, they don't carry out development projects with a large scale but rather tackle those so-called Quick Impact Projects (QIPs), which are deemed to produce short term results and also protect armed forces.
"The UAE is spending around $620 million (Dh2.26 billion) on Quick Impact Projects (QIPs) to develop the areas, flushed out of militancy, as part of Pakistan army's efforts to improve social and economic conditions of the affected people," said chief military spokesperson Major-General Athar Abbas, Director General of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR).