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To comply with new federal privacy-protection rules, six of the nation's leading title and mortgage document service firms have agreed to employ a National Notary Association (NNA) developed solution for a "one-stop" background screening and compliance training system for Notaries in the mortgage loan industry.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 30, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced that it has verified the effectiveness of a new drug screening system, ChemMinerTM, which utilizes data mining techniques such as active learning (note 1), enabling a ten-fold improvement in screening performance, resulting in an approximate 90% decrease in screening cost, as compared with conventional screening systems.
For osteoporosis screenings, technicians use a machine that measures the heel's bone density.
This underuse of screening frustrates the medical community because the likelihood of surviving colorectal cancer greatly increases if the disease is treated early, and the screening procedure is covered by Medicare.
Kahn says the new study suggests that repeated screenings would yield results similar to those from a one-time exam.
When combined with Germany, these additional European markets represent approximately 65% of the total European cervical cancer screening market.
Without a standard format, mold screenings lack a standard baseline for assessment, says Robert Barone, R.
Thursday, with a gala opening night reception at the historic Arlington Theater and a screening of the romantic comedy ``Rosanna's Grave,'' featuring Mercedes Ruehl and Jean Reno, who are expected to attend.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Hundreds of thousands of Americans who receive Medicare benefits may now have access to an important tool for fighting vascular disease - a free, minimally-invasive screening for abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA).
The acquisition of The Screening Room will provide some of the much-needed additional capacity for screenings and hospitality events during the Tribeca Film Festival that last year attracted 325,000 visitors to the streets of Lower Manhattan.
Five Centers Will Expand Nationwide Screening from Three to 14 Disorders
A total of 2,562 (13%) of those screened completed the survey, which examined the reasons for participation, prior experience with health screenings, contact with physicians, memory concerns and the demographic characteristics of respondents.