CDSIC collaborates with CROs, including Synteract, to develop uniform data standards for clinical trials.
What does UDS stand for?
UDS stands for Uniform Data Standard
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 126 other meanings of UDS in our Acronym Attic
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- Ugly Domestic Scene
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- Ugly Duck Syndrome
- Uhler Dental Supply (Chicago, IL)
- Ultra Drywall Stud
- Ultra-Deep Survey (astronomy)
- Under Death Sentence
- Unified Diagnostic Services (on-board vehicle diagnostics)
- Unified Digital Switch
- Uniform Data System
- Uniform Drawing System (Construction Specifications Institute)
- Union Démocratique Sénégalaise (French: Senegalese Democratic Union; Senegal)
- Unión Deportiva Salamanca (Spanish Football Club)
- Unione Degli Studenti (Italian: Student Union)
- Unique Development Studios (game developer; Sweden)
- Unit Data Sheet (Alcatel)
- Unit Diary System (USMC)
- Unitized Distribution Substation (Val-Tech Inc.)
- Universal Data Server
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Dodd-Frank Act provisions for the uniform data standards from Fannie and Freddie are planned for September," says Lucco.
The Uniform Mortgage Data Program (UMDP) is a long-term, joint effort to create improved and uniform data standards and collection processes.
Jan previously served as the Senior Vice President of the MBA where she was responsible for all aspects of the Commercial/Multifamily membership base, as well as Chief Executive Officer of MISMO, the MBA technology initiative for creating uniform data standards for the real estate finance community.
Prior to joining Situs, Sternin served as senior vice president of commercial and multifamily for the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) and CEO of MISMO, the MBA's technology initiative for creating uniform data standards for the real estate finance community.
National uniform data standards are also critical to the advancement of health IT -- to promote portability when consumers move from plan to plan -- and also to ensure interoperability with clinical electronic records.
Although the majority of products in America, from peanut butter to bolts and screws, have standardized, synchronized data that facilitates product tracking through bar coding, no such uniform data standards system exists for medical devices.
Establishing a level of agreement among market participants towards faster formulation and adoption of uniform data standards is expected to ensure a stable and secure market.