prevalidation

prevalidation

NIHspeak The process during which standardized test protocols are constructed for use in validation studies, and labs selected and determined to be competent to perform validation studies
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7) Achieves Patient-Centered Medical Home Prevalidation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance for NCQA's PCMH 2017 Programme
A dataset on 145 chemicals tested in alternative assays for skin sensitization undergoing prevalidation.
One item was proposed in the second round but did not reach the prevalidation stage.
Prevalidation of the WHO organ dysfunction based criteria for identification of maternal near miss.
Prevalidation of salivary biomarkers for oral cancer detection.
The prevalidation was successful; none of the bonds was challenged and the county was thus able to maintain its timeline.
Spectrophotometric method for polyphenols analysis: prevalidation and application on Plantago L.
which delivers innovative software and business service solutions for healthcare providers, announced today that its PrimeSUITE[R] electronic health record (EHR) platform, including embedded data-exchange capabilities and patient portal, has achieved Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) 2011 Prevalidation status from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
The sample sets contain comprehensive clinical, demographic, and epidemiologic information that help in the rapid evaluation of technologies and biomarkers in prevalidation before the initiation of prospective, large, and expensive validation trials.
They see the benefits of SUT, in terms of cost, speed, prevalidation of systems.
Stressing that test development, prevalidation, validation, regulatory acceptance and the use of alternative methods is quite extensive, the committee believes that these delays inexorably affect the assessment of certain risks.
Use of recombinant ApxIV in serodiagnosis of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae infections, develop-ment and prevalidation of the ApxIV ELISA.