CCR


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CCR

(1)
condition code register.

CCR

(2)
(Database) concurrency control and recovery.

CCR

(Continuity of Care Record) A standard patient record from the ASTM that includes administrative, demographic and clinical data about an individual's current health and health encounters. For more information, visit www.astm.org/Standards/E2369.htm. See healthcare IT.
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For the All CCR dataset, a plot of PLSR-predicted CCR using leave-one-out cross-validation v.
Rick Sgarlata, CPA and president of Frost, Ruttenberg and Rothblatt PC of Deerfield, Illinois, suggests using CCR to "look at what additional services a client would buy from an accounting firm.
CCR began nine years ago, segregating and collecting waste for BMW in Germany, and then expanded into Austria and Switzerland.
Management and striking workers agree that the days of the CCR collective are over.
The complex nature of the relationships of level of rehabilitation counselor education, years of counselor work experience, and client outcome resulted in disordinal interactions of regression lines for the dependent variable (DV) CCR.
The CCR expects to commence operations on the leased line in July 2012 with 17 employees and six locomotives.
A wide range of cement, concrete, construction, and utility stakeholders, coupled with local, state and federal government officials, contend the Subtitle C designation would a) increase CCR disposal and regulatory compliance costs; and, b) greatly compromise prospects for recycling ASTM C618-grade ash in concrete, as agencies, specifiers and owners recoil at the notion of a purported "hazardous waste" embedded in concrete structures.
On August 11, 2008, CCR approved the prepayment of dividends for the fiscal year 2008 proposed by the management, in the amount of R$ 1.
Post-merger, the New England practice will have more than 400 employees and combined 2007 billings of about $65 million, CCR said.
The European Association of Listed Companies (EALIC) echoed CCR's comments about problems with the current emphasis by some of an overly quantitative and not sufficiently qualitative approach, and the need to drive a more risk-based approach to internal control auditing and reporting, which CCR noted would better implement the intent of Section 404.
In Canada, from PEI to BC by the early 1970s, the CCR was making an impact upon the Church.
The CCR is a joint effort of ASTM International, HIMSS and the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS).