readiness review


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readiness review

[′red·i·nəs ri‚vyü]
(computer science)
An on-site examination of the adequacy of preparations for effective utilization upon installation of a computer, and to identify any necessary corrective actions.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(11.) FORSCOM G2 MI Readiness Review Results of Analysis, SURVIAC Contract Number SP0700-03-D-1380, TAT 09-17, DO 314, 27 September 2012.
In order to successfully complete the readiness review, health plans must meet core Medicare and Medicaid requirements.
In addition, AlphaCare applied to participate in the New York State Department of Health's Fully Integrated Duals Advantage (FIDA) Demonstration Programme in Bronx, Kings, New York and Queens Counties and was selected to participate in all four counties, subject to readiness review, the receipt of adequate rates and entry into a contract for the FIDA programme.
A state also must demonstrate that its exchange is ready for action by going through a virtual or on-site readiness review.
A secondary outcome of the environmental assessment is a readiness review summary.
Madhavan Nair, and analysed the flight data along with members of the Launch Authorisation Board, the Mission Readiness Review Committee as well as senior functionaries of the GSLV Project and experts.
The preparation readiness review validated the readiness of the IPC and PC through the substantiated completion of required preparation tasks to move into the reception, staging, onward movement and integration, and rehearsal phase.
It's not exactly bending swords into plowshares, but drafting the Defense Department's readiness review into the service of the nation's next generation is one unequivocal good that can be extracted from our too warready culture.
Discovery's launch date was announced following Friday's Flight Readiness Review. During the meeting, top NASA and contractor managers assessed the risks associated with the mission and determined the shuttle's equipment, support systems and procedures are ready for flight.
A range of options to for assisting the small healthcare organization include: educational updates on emerging technology; a technology briefing and readiness review; contract negotiations; vendor search/selection; implementation oversight; and, technology and operational audits.
Smaller organizations may find that performing an IAM readiness review could generate policy and process improvements that would facilitate initiatives that would allow the organization to realize benefits without implementing new software.
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