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CMS(1) See content management system and color management system.
(2) (Context Management Standard) Data retrieval uniformity in the healthcare field. See CCOW and healthcare IT.
(3) (Conversational Monitor System) A guest operating system that provides interactive communications for IBM's VM operating system. See CP/CMS and VM.
(4) (Call Management System) An AT&T call accounting package for its PBXs.
(5) (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) See healthcare IT.
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a private religious school with 8,000 students, installed a CMS
in 2002 after first trying to manage web operations through a homegrown solution in its central office.
McFadden sees in the CMS
a good toot to cope with the growing needs in academic content management.
Long-term care facilities should act now to remedy datareporting problems and institute a system to provide management reports on the CMS
Hake: First of all, I just want to say that CMS
has recognized the importance of accurate MDS information since the inception of the MDS.