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Even with the billions we've spent preparing our health systems for this sort of scenario, we're still so open to error.''
It is concluded by certain critics that several electronic systems are flawed and leave "elections open to error and fraud".
However, uncontrolled development of end-user applications leaves an organization open to error, waste, and fraud.
Unfortunately, such paper-based, manual approaches are slow, costly and open to error and fraud.
However, it is still a process open to error. There is a rule of thumb in the industry that every level of transcription incurs a three to five percent error rate.
Estimates produced by national data collection services remain open to error, but the level of confidence is high, given the extensive research and analysis.
"Our previous system involved considerable time consuming manual selection, was open to error and very inconsistent," he adds.
Large population studies designed to evaluate consumption against these guidelines have traditionally relied on self-completed diaries, recall or questionnaires - all of which are open to error. So by analysing circulation concentrations recorded as part of NHANES, our research provides a much more accurate characterization of LCn-3 PUFA status among American men and women, explains Dr.
But opponents of the scheme - which could be rolled out regionwide if a pilot in Northumberland is successful - say it is open to error and abuse.
Estimates produced by national data-collection services remain open to error, but the level of confidence is high, given the extensive research and analysis.
Opponents of the scheme which is being piloted at Swarland, near Alnwick, say it is open to error and abuse.
Estimates produced by national data collection services remain open to error, but the level of confidence is higher, given their extensive research and analysis capabilities.