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In this paper, therefore, the development of an ontological approach to resolve the meaning of digital forensic terminologies starts with a terminology database.
The Health Language Enterprise Terminology Management Platform helps healthcare organizations maximize investments made in data warehouses, analytics engines and population health management tools by standardizing and normalizing clinical, claims and administrative data from across disparate systems.
German Terminology Association (DTT) (1987, Vokieciu terminologijos asociacija);
The Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine--Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT) is the terminology required for the capture of problem lists under Stage 2, causing some concern among clinicians and executives who have not previously considered how SNOMED will play a role in their IT strategies.
Mastering Medical Terminology Australia and New Zealand
At a time when the European Union legislation was drafted only in 10 official languages, it was more than vital to create a terminology division whose purpose was to deal with terminology managemet; its merger with the IT service was fruitful in the process of creating a common inter-institutional terminology databse.
Rotterdam, the Netherlands) provides a survey of English legal terminology prevalent in core legal subjects, covering the terminology of the legal system, civil procedure, European Union law, tort, contract law, and company law.
For allied health students needing to acquire an understanding of medical terminology in a short time, Leonard provides a guide to learning terminology that begins with the basics of the language, then addresses terms in each body system.
NEHTA's National Clinical Terminology and Information Service (NCTIS) was tasked by Australia's governments to create, maintain, and represent in a standardised form terminology content for health care domains (predominantly clinical) so that the resulting data can be unambiguously and meaningfully described and used to support ongoing, efficient and accurate information exchange across the health sector.
However, the consistent use of a standardized nursing terminology is still minimal in both the clinical and nursing academic settings.
This study examined terminology related to immediacy in the first four chapters and chapter titles.
The first practice of spring doesn't mean much, but one thing UCLA football coach Karl Dorrell liked was the lack of problems the offense experienced with the terminology.