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Informatics
noun
(1) A bundle of information that is a common currency for groupware communication, including text and relevant formatting details, graphics, audio and video.
(2) An ordered presentation of XML elements, possibly including text and tabular analyses, descriptions and figures. In HL7, a document can be either a physical entity (e.g., paper) or a logical entity (e.g., content), and is defined by certain parameters:
• Stewardship;
• Potential for authentication;
• Wholeness;
• Human readability;
• Persistence;
• Context.

Managed care
noun See Informed consent document.
 
verb To formally record information, usually in a permanent, legally acceptable fashion, and usually as written and/or signed notes, order forms, and others.

Online
noun Any aggregate of data, either on paper or in an electronic format; a document may be handwritten or typed, have illustrations and graphics, and may be legally binding.
 
Trials
noun See Source document.

document

noun Online Any aggregate of data, whether it is on paper or in an electronic format; a document may be handwritten or typed, have illustrations and graphics, and may be legally binding verb Health care To formally record information, usually in a permanent, legally acceptable fashion, usually as written and/or signed notes, order forms, and others. See Documentation.
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Let us presume, for argument's sake, that the document was taken by the maid or by the valet "
If one is missing--especially if he has disappeared since last night-- we will have some indication as to where the document has gone.
From an expression which my husband dropped in the first shock of this disaster I understood that terrible public consequences might arise from the loss of this document.
The man's death is a mere incident--a trivial episode--in comparison with our real task, which is to trace this document and save a European catastrophe.
I know of your visit to Eduardo Lucas, of your giving him this document, of your ingenious return to the room last night, and of the manner in which you took the letter from the hiding-place under the carpet.
Holmes thrust the blue envelope deep down into the heart of them, between the leaves of some other document.
He said that he would return my letter if I would bring him a certain document which he described in my husband's despatch-box.
Lucas quickly turned back the drugget, thrust the document into some hiding-place there, and covered it over.
In the further progress of the legend, there is a long, grotesque, and occasionally awe-striking account of the carpenter's incantations(if so they are to be called), with a view of discovering the lost document.
That, the fortunes of his brother and comrade, and of himself were evidently made, inasmuch as they had but to put their price upon this document, and get that price from the minion of fortune and the worm of the hour: who now appeared to be less of a minion and more of a worm than had been previously supposed.
Now, many documents such as files, workpapers, correspondence and final work products are digital.
In this context I am using the phrase "document delivery network" to refer to a group of libraries capable of exchanging documents over the Internet and capable of receiving documents from commercial suppliers.

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