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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Your doctor will enter your information into an electronic data base, your doctor's decisions will be monitored for compliance with federal guidelines, and your doctor may have to choose between what is best for you and avoiding a government penalty.
Rehabilitation in Switzerland - Physicians fill out pain assessments forms and the information instantly transferred to electronic data base.
The campaign, which saw civil defence teams visiting as many as 31,647 buildings and establishments in industrial areas, aimed at spreading preventive awareness among workers at industrial facilities, corrected violations that threatened public safety, trained five workers at each industrial facility on firefighting skills and created electronic data bases on risk level at these areas.
For this study, Geisinger investigators accessed Geisinger's electronic data base to identify patients with back pain and related orthopedic conditions who were prescribed painkillers (opioids) for more than 90 days.
All records of transactions will reportedly be kept in an electronic data base.
HCT students have access to comprehensive electronic data bases as well as basic resources to help them improve their English.
Under the new system, the Red Cross will be responsible for encouraging organ donations after from deceased donors, attempting to develop a registry of donors, maintain an electronic data base , develop a fund for providing financial assistance for needy, surviving families of donors, and overseeing the allocation of donated organs according to a well defined set of principles.
Leavell was speaking to a reporter following a meeting at the Capitol about a proposed new electronic data base at the MVD.