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RIS

RIS

(Remote Installation Services) See Windows Deployment Services.
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A particularly challenging situation is the requirement for laboratories to establish an RI for a laboratory developed measurement procedure (MP) or to verify the RIs proposed by the manufacturer of an in vitro diagnostic (IVD) MP.
He further said that RIS in collaboration with MCB would take capacity building initiatives for the employees of MCB through interactive workshops seminars and research initiatives on specific sectors with a focus on education.
Independent testing has proven that a cartridge refilled by the RIS InkCenter[R], using its patented technology, prints up to 20% more pages than a new cartridge.
A shift in trends around the purchasing of EHR solutions brought about by meaningful use criteria has resulted in a shift in how hospitals plan to make their next RIS purchase.
RIS relate to a number of communication devices and protocols that help modernisation of inland waterways.
Despite these substantial benefits, the report points to various governance and administrative factors restricting the ability of RIs to perform.
Purchasing a PACS & RIS is not as simple as purchasing a modality; it is not a modality but an information system requiring integration into the business processes of the institution.
I call our portal the ribbon around the gift," says Chavez, when describing its deployment in late 2005 following previous installation of Merge RIS and PACs systems.
The partnership involved the integration of Sectra's digital images processing and archiving system PACS with RIS Logic's radiology information system RIS, Sectra said.
RIS Menu Editor extends the functionality of Microsoft Windows 2000 RIS by allowing network administrators to add menus and options to the RIS Client Wizard.
Policies are currently available through RIS and their independent agent partners.
I was on speakerphone and was asked, "Are your techs documenting everything about the radiology procedure in the RIS [radiology information system], or are you keeping records separately?