tabula rasa


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Filippoli, a 30-year veteran of the information technology industry with a particular focus in healthcare, joined Tabula Rasa HealthCare (TRHC) in 2012.
Working with GPBCH, we are looking to highlight medication risks that exist in a workforce population and project how various interventions could improve productivity, wellness and costs," said Tabula Rasa HealthCare CEO Calvin H.
Keeve's foggy background resolution depicts an atmospherically rich but otherwise vacant tableau, the tabula rasa of fantasy.
com)-- Tabula Rasa Healthcare Chairman and CEO, Calvin H.
In the course of its research, TABULA RASA hosted a Spoofing Challenge, which invited researchers from around the world to develop attack plans and to attempt to deceive various biometric systems.
2] Many nations became obsessed with the idea of cleaning society, and started the process of wiping the slate clean, to create a tabula rasa for an ideal society.
Nothing could better enact the desire for a tabula rasa (effacing memory of the recent past) and the myth of a new beginning (that of a fully administered sci-tech utopia) than the reduction of painting to its degree zero in the gridded monochromes of Enrico Castellani and of the dozens of minor Italian and German artists operating along the same principles.
com)-- Oak Street Health, a Chicago-based network of primary care doctor's offices specializing in the healthcare of older adults, and Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc.
Here, unlike previous projects, most existing ancillary structures have been removed, creating a virtual tabula rasa.