HSI


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HSI

Abbreviation for:
Health Service Indicator 
Health Status Index
Heaviness of Smoking Index
high signal intensity
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Serving Memphis, HSI Security Services LLC has supplied and installed top-of-the-line residential and business security systems since 1995.
By sharing trade data, HSI and participating foreign governments are able to see both sides of import and export transactions for commodities entering or exiting their countries, thus assisting in the investigation of international money laundering organizations.
Although HSI evolved from the study of Human Factors, it expands upon the latter discipline by incorporating a broader range of human considerations such as occupational health, training, and survivability over the system life cycle.
NPS is the only school with an HSI Department, anywhere," said Tvaryanas.
Transforming the Navy into a decentralized, more distributed, agile workforce demands effective HSI efforts that address not only the traditional HSI disciplines of manpower, personnel, training and human factors but also such disciplines as organi-zational psychology and even cultural anthropology.
HSI triple digit revenue growth over the past five years resulted in its inclusion in the Virginia Technology Fast 50.
3, Kirkland filed a $1 million lawsuit against Smith and HSI as a result of the altercation; Hudson told the Los Angeles Times that the claims were groundless.
The ability to correlate intervention strategies with HSI and financial outcomes is the missing link to align clinical and health care finance decision making.
Hall, who attended Stevens Technical Institute and Penn State University, has been with HSI since 1988.
Howard Persky, president of HSI, stated, "Marc's experience in the delivery of outsourced solutions among a diverse field of technologies will be an asset to both Questcon and HSI as we look to maximize growth and position the companies for continued expansion in new vertical markets and geographies.
Since its inception over a decade ago, HSI has demonstrated a consistent level of innovation and growth.
The HSI Illicit Finance and Proceeds of Crime Unit conducted and/or participated in training provided to over 900 members of foreign law enforcement, regulatory agencies, and bank and trade officials from over 25 nations around the world.