Administrative Database

Administrative Database

An automated system for ordering, receiving, and paying at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Administrative database’s main capabilities:
(1) Managing large data files;
(2) Establishing interaction levels for centralised and delegated procurements; and
(3) Interfacing with other NIH systems.
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The authors analyzed 718 lymphedema patients from across the United States over a 5-year period (2007-2013) from a large national administrative database, and evaluated clinical events and costs for a 12-month period prior to and during a 12-month period of treatment.
In a study using the Saskatchewan Health administrative database, which involved 11,797 patients with 22,296 years of metformin exposure, there were two cases of lactic acidosis (Diabetes Care 1999;22:925-7).
The hospital's administrative database was used to identify all patients aged [greater than or equal to] 45 years who underwent elective non-cardiac surgery at the hospital between 2005 and 2012.
Administrative database indicators for the study patients were created using data from the Quebec provincial health insurance agency (RAMQ) for the 12-month period from November 2004 to October 2005.
Users need to understand why the administrative database was created.
17) Citizenship and Immigration Canada's administrative database, called Field Operational Support System (FOSS), identified 3,021 such individuals, fie.
Because the data were taken from an administrative database, we had no way of determining whether these two different types of medication were actually taken together," she said in an interview.
As a member of a college community, I am concerned with the shared responsibility among all constituents to maintain the security of institutional data housed in our administrative database and governed by policy and laws such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, and so on.
Use Mothership as the primary administrative database or a secondary online member database, available from any Internet connection.
The user's credentials are then validated by the server, which runs the administrative database, and SECU can be certain that only authorized users gain access to its network.
As shown in Figure 3, for both sexes and ages 20-79 years, the crude prevalence of hypertension based on administrative database (20.

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