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Qi

(1) See Qi wireless charging.

(2) A functional programming language developed by Mark Tarver that adds many features to LISP. Introduced in 2005, Qi is also written in LISP. See Lisp and functional programming.

(3) (Qi Hardware) A copyleft hardware project that requires all schematics to be made public. In 2010, the Ben NanoNote palmtop running OpenWrt was a Qi Hardware product. See OpenWrt and copyleft.
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In addition, the agency was to establish, within two years of the issuance of the report, a program to protect consumers who use QIs.
A challenge when examining individual QIs across a range of facilities is that sample sizes are often small, and they vary across facilities.
Review of the CMS forms listed in Table 2 will acquaint any administrative team member with QIS survey-specific activity.
QIS is wholly owned by the QFC Authority, and is currently located at the QFC Tower, in West Bay in Doha.
Again, this QI is not risk-adjusted and the denominator is all residents.
Repetitive LKE relationships with a QI are usually governed by a Master Exchange Agreement, in which a participant assigns future purchase and sale rights to the QI.
QIs are used by facility surveyors in order to evaluate the processes and outcomes of care provided by a particular organization.
Facts: In 1995, in a series of planned transactions, the taxpayer transferred real properties to a QI, TGE, which then sold them to unrelated third parties.
The QIs have been an integral part of the long-term care survey process for many years, and facilities often view them as dreaded liabilities.
The authors describe the development of the QIs, discuss their nature and characteristics, address the development of a QI-based quality-monitoring system (QMS), report on a pilot test of the QIs and the system, comment on methodological and current QI validation efforts, and conclude by raising further research and development issues.