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FFS

(1) (Flash File System) Software from Microsoft that made flash memory look like a disk drive. It was superseded by the Flash Translation Layer (FTL) from PCMCIA and M-Systems. See flash memory.

(2) (Fast File System) See UFS.

(3) (Fee-For-Service) See healthcare IT.
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Using performance data from three large states in calendar year 2012, we compared the performance of MA and FFS both overall and separately for beneficiaries enrolled in MA-HMOs and MA-PPOs.
Also, several studies have discovered kinematic and kinetic differences between different foot strike patterns, others have found no differences in overall knee ROM between RFS and FFS (Perl et al.
In all four states, the reported number of encounters per 1,000 PME was within or exceeded the range of the FFS states for all eligibility groups.
The variation in differences in health status between MA and FFS programs thus deserves a thorough examination.
FFS creates conformity between conventional and scientific knowledge thus making farmers better decision makers in their respective agro-ecology.
The deal with CAE includes update services for the FFS and an exclusive 10-year agreement for training equipment and services.
The remaining FFS will arrive during the following 12 months.
Pour sa part, le premier secretaire du FFS, Ahmed Betatache, a indique que les deux partis entretiennent des relations de qualite devant leur permettre de jouer un role important en matiere de construction du Maghreb.
Since FFS was first introduced in Africa (Ghana 1995 and Mali 1997), it has spread to many countries in the region and development projects, researchers and farmers are experimenting how to adapt FFS to African cultures and production systems [17].