information network


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information network

[‚in·fər′mā·shən ′net‚wərk]
(computer science)
A service that provides a variety of information services to subscribers on a dial-up basis. Also known as subscription data base.
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From 2000 to 2001, water damage payouts in California jumped from and $383 million to $430 million, to 32 percent of all claim payments, the Insurance Information Network said.
Combining this funding with private funds established the Arizona Health Information Network (Anderson, Haddix, McCray, & Wunz, 1994).
The CommerceGuard Information Network is globally established in fourteen international seaports, and is slated for additional expansion through ports in 2007.
The Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN) and the Delaware Health Care Commission today announced a contract award to Medicity, Inc.
The new company created by this synergistic fusion, Rich Dad Education, LLC (RDE) will be a multi-tiered educational company that delivers the life-changing financial philosophies and content from the Rich Dad Company through the proven educational model developed by Whitney Information Network (WIN).
HTP technology powers the Utah Health Information Network (UHIN), recognized as the nation's first successful RHIO.
This regional exchange supports the national initiative of building an interoperable health information network and is one of the most innovative and groundbreaking projects we're involved with.
The information network is an initiative that will better serve individuals who are uninsured or have Medicare and Medicaid.
Herzfeld teamed with the Information Network of Arkansas and the Prosecutor Coordinator's Office to develop the service.
The new Hot Springs city Web site was designed and developed through a partnership between the City of Hot Springs and the Information Network of Arkansas, which manages the official state Web portal (www.
HTP), a developer of software for the healthcare industry, passed several milestones in the third quarter of 2005, including the launch of a new product for healthcare providers, the expansion of its contract with the Utah Health Information Network (UHIN) and the opening of a West Coast regional office.

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