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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"We considered other POS options, but selected SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service because it has all the components to manage our servers and clients at both our central location and at each of our retail locations across the country.
Once you start with a quality food item, monitor the process throughout to ensure a quality product at the point of service.
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True ID is a loss prevention service from Image Data, LLC, of Nashua, New Hampshire, that provides real-time digital image verification at the point of service to protect customers and businesses from identity crimes, including check, credit, refund, and rental frauds.
(5) Moreover, when both technical and probability risk are allocated to providers, patient choice at the point of service must of necessity be sacrificed: it's impossible to capitate an open, choice-based panel.
The Point of Service health care allows any non PhilHealth member to be hospitalized in a government hospital, be enrolled as PhilHealth member and enjoy its privileges.