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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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The 24 QIs were developed as the foundation for a national analytic reporting system based on MDS data.
Moreover, many of the current software systems used by long-term care providers cannot produce either real-time or trended reports on MDS QIs, including the new CMS QMs; this results in individual facilities being unable to access their own QM data and, therefore, possibly having to wait for CMS or state agencies to publish their data before being able to evaluate the information and implement appropriate corrective actions.
(This protocol will be used for a sampled resident flagged for the sentinel even t of dehydration on the Resident Level Summary; a sampled resident who has one or more QIs, such as fecal impaction, urinary tract infections, weight loss, tube feeding or decline in ADLs; and a sampled resident with any risk factors, including vomiting, diarrhea and elevated temperature.)
However, in certain circumstances, the new QI regime creates further conflict for foreign QIs, when confidentiality cannot be maintained.
In Task 4 Sample Selection, the survey team is directed to select a "case-mix-stratified sample of facility residents based on QIs and other offsite and onsite sources of information...." The Phase 1 sample, representing 60% of the total sample, will be selected offsite prior to the survey, based upon QIs of concern.
* QIs will be allowed to treat the beneficiaries of a foreign simple trust or the grantors of a foreign grantor trust as direct account holders (and thus include them in the "pooling" system) if:
Future scientific and technological discoveries from QIS may be even more impactful," the plan stated.
For cinematographers, the QIS will enable IMAX-quality video in an easily edited digital format while still providing many of the same characteristics of film.
The private letter rulings above show that intermediaries may perform a variety of services and functions without disqualifying their status as QIs or EATs, as long as they can be reasonably related to facilitating exchange transactions under IRC section 1031.
The flexible Calculation module will be of immense benefit to them, the Sales Commission solution can nicely solve the thorny commission issues we see so much on the Sales Order Processing Side, and the Application Builder is a beautiful solution for clients who need to do mods but want to do them with analyst level staff instead of outside developers and also have the mods carry through an upgrade due to the Oracle Validated Integration of the QIS product,” stated Michael Guerin, President of TeamCain.
Individual indicators are useful in identifying specific areas for improvement and tracking improvement progress; however, to assess overall performance, it is useful to aggregate individual quality indicators (QIs) into a composite measure (Institute of Medicine 2006).