New report "Competing in the Global Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (TDM) Market: Emerging Tests, Technology Assessment, Instrumentation Review, Market Shares, Sales Forecasts, and Strategic Profiles of Key Players" developed by Venture Planning Group (VPG) offers a detailed assessment of the therapeutic drug monitoring testing market worldwide, with a focus on the countries such as the US, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and Japan.
What does TA stand for?
TA stands for Technology Assessment
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 75 other meanings of TA in our Acronym Attic
- Technical Arrangement
- Technical Assembly
- Technical Assessment
- Technical Assist (computer security bulletin)
- Technical Assistance
- Technical Associates (Canoga Park, CA)
- Technical Audit
- Technical Authority
- Technology Administration
- Technology Alliance (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sclove is one of the most creative voices promoting participatory technology assessment and is responsible for bringing the Danish consensus conference model to the United States.
43 million in advanced battery development and technology assessment contracts to five firms.
Unisys also will provide engineering and implementation support services, including technical planning, technology assessment services, architectural assessment, systems design and implementation, just-in-time delivery and staging and configuration services.
Like Aetna, Cigna uses technology assessment services, including Cochrane, to effectively handle the volume of new products and procedures in a timely manner.
Capitol, a skeleton crew packs up what's left of this Office of Technology Assessment (SN: 10/7/95, p.
Although several assessment studies of implant technology are under way, this kind of critical perspective is not brought to bear; it does not fit well into the usual format of technology assessment programs.
At least 4,500 foreign-born plant, insect and animal species now reside in America, according to the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), the analytical arm of Congress.