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MIS

(solid-state physics)

MIS

MIS

(1) (Management Information System) An information system that integrates data from all the departments it serves and provides operations and management with the information they require.

It was "the" buzzword of the mid to late 1970s, when online systems were implemented in all large organizations. See decision support system.

(2) (Management Information Services) See Information Systems.
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LifePoint's decision to collaborate with MIS was based in part on the realization that the services of both eye bank programs will only enhance the benefits our South Carolina physicians currently receive," said Horn.
Recognised in the oil, gas and petrochemical sector for delivering optimised quality products, MIS Arabia was recently awarded nine large and heavy process columns from Saudi Aramco Total Refinery for Jubail Export Refinery.
At that point, even if the first tower never supported a single external customer, MIS believed the system would pay for itself within a year.
Plus, when we transfer all of our MIS people to an outsourcer, that represents a huge loss of control and loss of skills for Bethlehem Steel.
The MIS Asia IT Excellence Award is testimony to the winning formula of integrating the talent of JTC's IT team with leading technology.
The purpose of this report is to provide an understanding of the total current market for all MIS methods for each therapeutic area.
By studying the MIS department for an entire 24-hour period, the project manager was able to devise a new schedule that would allow MIS to process the unchallenged bills right away while not disrupting the department's other work.
North America constitutes the biggest market for the MIS devices and technologies, followed by Europe, and Asia.
General surgeons, gynecological surgeons and oncology surgeons performing MIS cases at Hospital del la Concepcion immediately elected to use 3-D technology for their laparoscopic cases in order to restore their natural vision and facilitate and maximize their dexterity, translating into a higher standard of care for their patients.
The Asia-Pacific MIS spinal implant markets are expected to reach $83 million by 2017.
The PATH[R] MIS technique offers direct and complete access to both the acetabulum and the femur.
MIS was the sole broker dealer for the sale of the company's securities and MIS will no longer sell the company's securities.