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CMS

abbreviation for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Formerly called the Health Care Financing Administration.

CMS

Abbreviation for:
cardiomyopathy syndrome
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
children’s medical services
chorioamniotic membrane separation
chronic maxillary sinusitis
chronic mountain sickness
clinical management support (Medspeak-UK)
clinical management system
Community Midwifery Service (Medspeak-UK)
complement-mediated solubilisation
congenital mitral stenosis
congenital myasthenic syndromes
Content Management System, see there (Medspeak-UK)
contract management system (Medspeak-UK)

CMS

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, formerly HCFA, Health Care Financing Administration. See Managed care.

CMS

Abbreviation for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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Feig admits that the upfront costs of a content management system are higher than a traditional HTML site.
They will need to make sure that the association has the necessary hardware to both house and use the content management system.
We're actually going through the process of getting a new content management system now," he says.
At the same time, make sure you get something that is just a little bit bigger than what you need so when your association's needs grow, you won't outgrow your content management system.
When converting to a content management system, you can generally choose among three options:
Moving the current HTML Web site to a simple content management system.
It can be intimidating for staff to learn to use a complex new system, especially if they have never encountered a content management system before.
Because a content management system is a significant capital expenditure, it is also important to determine if it will be implemented for one department, one division, or the entire organization.
A single source content management system can help a company grow its global client base by enabling the easy production of new multilingual marketing materials while protecting brand integrity.
Having a good content management system in place to help manage its multilingual content makes those goals much easier to reach.
discusses the benefits of a content management system
provides tips for choosing a content management system

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