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Our goal is that you will find this information valuable whether you are preparing for the ABU Qualifying Exam, recertifying, or just interested in a refresher course.
Of course I also think recertifying in one's specialty is a waste of time.
The TRANZ 380 x2 -- the only dual-application system on the market today -- allows merchant service providers to quickly and easily integrate value-added applications with their payment solutions without having to purchase additional hardware or go through the time and expense of modifying and recertifying the application software.
By recertifying its products with the Wi-Fi Alliance, Meru Networks has shown a true commitment to wireless standards," said Jason Mueller, network communications engineer, University of Iowa.
Technically, these subspecialists are internists and should be recertifying in the core discipline, said Dr.
We are very excited about recertifying our Avaya-compliant status on IP Office," said Miles Valentine, Zeacom CEO.
Since it would be impossible to create a lower set of standards for recertifying subspecialists, we may soon see a population of subspecialty internists who lack current board certification in the core discipline of internal medicine.
HeadendWare enables operators to maximize lifetime customer value without spending months integrating and recertifying applications.
The system ensures that safety-critical functions are protected from other processes running on the same hardware, making it possible to add, revise, and test system functions without recertifying the entire application.
This structure also makes it possible to add, revise, and test system functions without recertifying the entire application.
The system's structure also makes it possible to add, revise, and test system functions without recertifying the entire application.
This structure also makes is possible to add, revise, and test system functions without recertifying the entire application.