Definition of Priorización
Action of ordering objects, situations, people or activities according to their importance. Thus, what has priority is in the first place compared to the other.
It is a management technique in investigative actions in the prosecutor’s offices in which cases are organized to give material equality and provide access to justice for all.
SYNONYMS FOR PRIORIZACIÓN
ANTONYMS FOR PRIORIZACIÓN
ORIGIN OF PRIORIZACIÓN
Prioritization is a word that comes from the Latin prior, which means “previous”. It refers to something being prior to another thing, person or situation. Therefore, in Spanish this word is used to designate the action of putting something or someone first for a specific reason.
To prioritize, it is ranked in order of importance. Time and money are the two most common factors that lead to prioritization. However, tasks, activities and many other things can also be prioritized.
CURIOSITIES OF PRIORIZACIÓN
In an emergency, such as an earthquake, a pandemia, a large explosion or others, where many patients are in a state of seriousness, it must be decided who to attend first, that is, prioritize patients, medicines and others.