IDSS


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IDSS

Intelligent Decision Support Systems
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From the experiment, their proposed model able to eliminate single point of failure by introducing concept of multiple IDS in cloud environment and increase availability of IDS service for cloud users by balancing load between IDSs.
'Most brokers are not ready to offer the IDSS as they have not prepared their back end operations to handle IDSS trades,' he explained.
IDSs track record as a leading provider of hedge fund administration services complements Sannes existing alternative asset specialisms in private equity, real estate and debt.
IDSs in GAO's sample reported that using electronic health records (EHR), operating health insurance plans, and employing physicians all support strategies to improve patient care.
Ikoma Data Service System ('IDSS'), a member of the CBRE Group, is the premier provider of research and consulting services in the office and industrial real estate market in Japan.
Little was done to evaluate computer intrusion detection systems (IDSs) prior to the evaluations conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lincoln Laboratory under the sponsorship of the DARPA in 1998.
Rebecca Bace's book is an excellent introduction to IDSs. Many people who buy such systems become distressed that one can't just buy an off-the-shelf IDS and turn it on.
As IDSs become more financially integrated and combine traditional payer functions with delivery of service functions, IDSs begin to resemble health insurance companies.
Changes in payment systems for health care and new controls over health care access are the two driving factors leading providers to focus on the development of IDSS. It is estimated that Medicare and Medicaid comprise one-sixth of Federal spending.
The vast majority of IDSs are formed at the initiative of hospital-based systems.
THE FEAR OF HEALTH CARE REFORM AFTER THE 1992 election coupled with the move toward managed care resulted in the proliferation of integrated delivery systems (IDSs) throughout the United States.
The election of President Clinton in 1992 and the perception of impending national health care reform spawned the explosion of second generation managed care plans and integrated delivery systems (IDSs) in California and in selected markets across the country.