The OAPEC's Secretariat hoped that the data bank
would provide solid information for whoever seeks it.
director, Division of Practitioner Data Banks
, to Alan Bavley, health reporter, Kansas City Star, Aug 26, 2011.
For example, if you have a case against a hospital and a doctor, often it appears in the data bank
as though the only party settling is the hospital.
The data bank
can and should be edited to suit the interests of the user.
Many physicians are more familiar with the HIPDB's sister operation, the National Practitioner Data Bank
(NPDB), which collects information about medical malpractice judgments and settlements.
Users of the HIPDB appear to be satisfied with the service, according to a recent survey of 886 data bank
All 50 states have laws authorizing data banks
and more than 30 have them in operation.
jp'' data bank
, which is already accessible on computers, lists job offers advertised by the ministry's ''Hello Work'' manpower office as well as by the private sector.
Its staff is small--only 116 employees--but its strength comes from a coveted data bank
it compiled of 2,500 companies with critical energy needs.
He had been a vice president of Farm Market iD since the company was formed in 1996 with the consolidation of Market Identification and National Farm Data Bank
To be a good driver, you need to accumulate a huge data bank
about your car so you can remember exactly how it behaves.
It also allows users to query against a single data bank
or across multiple data banks
to specifically extract accurate results.