point of service


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point of service

point of service, 3
1. The location at which service cables installed by an electrical utility company joins the customer’s service entrance conductors in one or more terminating enclosures.
2. The location at which a customer’s service entrance conductors joins the electrical utility company’s facilities in a transformer, vault, or enclosure.
3. The initial junction of the customer’s gas piping with either the gas company’s piping extending from the gas main and/or the regulator which reduces the pressure of an undiluted liquefied petroleum gas to the pressure normally delivered to appliances.
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service can be quickly deployed and easily updated on point of service devices using a central administration server and local branch servers.
Microsoft is featuring Windows Embedded for Point of Service version 1.
Real choice, and I mean the kind of genuine empowerment it takes to feel a sense of control and dignity in the management of their own medical affairs, requires giving patients a heavy helping of options at the point of service.
Evolution Benefits, for example, does the verification prior to placing the amount on the card at the point of service.
4] If we wait for a point of service, we may delay tracking, or we may actually miss a few medical transactions that do not involve an encounter.