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MIS. A syllable which prefixed to some word signifies some fault or defect; as, misadventure, misprision, mistrial, and the like.

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The global airport information systems market is segmented on the basis of its systems, platform, type, and regional demand.
The Federal Minister stressed to establish integrated national level health information system. He emphasized the need to have quality information, only then proper plans can be made and executed.
The new company, serving nearly 3,000 hospitals and ASCs, will operate as Surgical Information Systems and will continue to invest in solutions from SIS, Amkai, and SourceMed.
Similarly, prime contractors must flow the substance of this clause to subcontractors--except for commercial suppliers--if that subcontractor "may have" federal contract information residing in or transiting through its information systems. This rule is limited to basic safeguarding of relevant information systems, and there are no requirements to report cyber incidents to the government.
Laboratory Information Systems market is classified on the basis of application, delivery mode, component and geography.
Passenger information systems allow passengers to get the most relevant information concerning the status of all kinds of transport mediums such as trains, airplanes, roadways buses, and cabs.
The North American region is estimated to lead the global airport information systems market in 2015 by accounting for a market share of 40.8 percent.
Among the key driving factors for the healthcare information systems market are ageing population, rising healthcare cost, rising government initiatives, rising need for integrated healthcare system and rising investments by healthcare IT players.
Since decisions are often obsessed as much by politics as by evidence, it is critical to design information systems to meet the needs of decision makers and to create a culture of evidence that provides incentives and accountability for evidence-based decision making.
He is also professor of information systems and chair of the department of business information systems at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand.

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