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What does CAS stand for?

CAS stands for Computer-Assisted System


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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NASDAQ: NUAN) today announced Clintegrity 360[TM], an integrated computer-assisted system for clinical documentation improvement (CDI) and coding that helps physicians seamlessly deliver the most clinically-accurate and complete medical records while also supporting coding, compliance and quality teams with the most advanced set of Clinical Language Understanding (CLU) tools.
This edition also has updates on new equipment, materials, and techniques, and duties, services, and employment concerns; more graphic and enhanced visual aids with color; new tests and examples; and more on anxiety abatement controls for pain reduction, palate structure, palatine areas, and sensory divisions and branches of the trigeminal nerve, as well as the use of some materials and metals, computer-assisted systems in the CAD/CAM area of restoration and appliances, corrective orthodontic procedures involving banding or brackets, lingual or Invisalign braces, and Class II corrective and anchor devices, the measurement and recording of periodontal conditions and additional examination concerns and diagnostic testing, and insurance, legal, and ethical terms.
Open-field behavior was recorded for 5 min by a video camera positioned above the apparatus during the dark phase (21:30-23:00 hr) under a low white light; responses were automatically analyzed by a computer-assisted system, which classified observed behavior as locomotion, rearing, or "other" behaviors.
Byline: By Doug Moscrop If the truth be known, executives of the major high street bookmakers will probably be relaxing in their plush offices waiting for the next move in a pawn game in which the losers aren't even playing - the punters - smug in the knowledge that they have no serious liabilities whatever happens in the tug-of-war for copyright payments before the new computer-assisted system for returning starting prices finally starts.