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prescreen

[-skrēn]
Etymology: L, prae + ME, scren
1 v, to evaluate a person or a group of people to identify those who are at greater risk of development of a specific condition in order to select those who are in particular need of special diagnostic procedures or health care.
2 n,
Usage notes: (informal)
a rapid, superficial examination of a person who does not appear to be acutely ill. It may include taking a medical history.
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However, the issue of prescreening is likely underappreciated among health services researchers and those contracting with vendors for survey research.
TSA also initiated a number of actions designed to improve the ability of Secure Flight to identify passengers who should undergo additional security scrutiny, in place of the prescreening currently conducted by air carriers.
Community representatives elicit financial information required by the food stamp application and use a prescreening tool to estimate whether a household would qualify for benefits and, if so, in what amount.
Prescreening of the universe of potentially relevant career alternatives, based on the individual's preferences, to locate a small and thus manageable set of promising alternatives that deserve further exploration
Under city planning regulations, there are four public hearings annually when developers can submit prescreening applications.
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By leveraging a relationship with Experian, a global leader of information services, a new prescreening process helps reduce the risk of businesses working with a questionable company and allows them to view detailed background information on each of the vendors in Resource Nation's network.
But in addition to rules governing the prescreening process, there are requirements regarding what must be included on the promotional piece.
As a result of Wednesday's meeting, the school district will cancel a prescreening of the project that had been scheduled for January.
Claire Driscoll & Associates' programs are designed to meet the needs of clients and include such services as prescreening incoming calls resulting from media, reporting and data management, appointment setting, appointment reminders, physician detailing, consumer and physician surveys, meeting recruitment assistance, and other related services.
Spherion Corporation (NYSE: SFN), a recognized leader in human capital management, today announced it has been selected by Verizon Connected Solutions, a division of Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ), for a pilot program providing automated job candidate prescreening services at the company's Virginia location.
The National Business Travel Association (NBTA) said today that it views the TSA's announcement that it will test and implement the Secure Flight air passenger prescreening program instead of the CAPPS II program as a positive step toward meeting the privacy and operational concerns with passenger prescreening raised by NBTA and other business, travel and privacy groups.