error report

error report

[′er·ər ri‚pȯrt]
(computer science)
A list produced by a computer showing the error conditions, such as overflows and errors resulting from incorrect or unmatched data, that are generated during program execution.
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Nurse leaders should share error report results with staff to highlight the value and positive impact of completing reports, especially when an improvement in the system leads to a safer environment.
One domain name, which had been pending deletion before submission to ICANN, was terminated after GAO submitted the error report.
IF you are fed up with the supposed ``infallible'' operating system, (Windows XP), asking if you wish to send an error report back to Microsoft everytime it crashes, then follow this tip, and switch off this so called ``feature''.
There is no need to wait for the QA team to enter the report into a log; the person who submits the error report simultaneously enters it into an error report database while creating the report in the DAP reporting system.
This automates payment posting to the proper claim line amount and produces an error report of all discrepancies.
Error report forms should be designed to be completed in a small amount of time--preferably 5 minutes or less.
The Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority (PSA) is applying SAS Visual Analytics to millions of medical error reports, unearthing new information about medical error trends and causes.
He said, 'Currently, a bank in Ethiopia uses 30-50 people to reconcile ATM-related error reports.
The error reports contain in them wealth of information on the specific PC.
A team of researchers conducted a study to explore the value and limitations of voluntary medical error reports, using common errors in warfarin use as a case study.