routine orders

routine orders

Medtalk A battery of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures ordered by a physician when a Pt presents with a constellation of clinical findings. Cf Standing orders.
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A new section 18 (A) has been included which states: 'A public body may refuse a request for information which pertains to the internal communication of such public body as a note sheets of a case file containing personal views of an officer, routine orders of the competent authority of a public body relating to assignment of a work for distribution of business, etc.
A public body may refuse a request for information which pertains to internal communication of public body such as note sheets of a case file containing personal views of an officer, routine orders of competent authority of a public body relating to assignment of work or distribution of business etc, if such an information is not of public importance or otherwise serves a public purpose,' it reads.
this solicitation includes certain environmentally preferable standards for routine orders, such as a standard for 100% pcf or washington state sfi paper.
Like most CAF bases, the majority of offices at CFB Petawawa are adorned with clipboards detailing routine orders and framed photographs of Canadian military personnel and equipment circa 1970.
Routine orders include directives that presidents use to carry out routine administrative duties and legislation approved by Congress.
The 'daily addressing' section of the web-page consists the audio speeches of LeI's leaders, mostly the routine orders, the LeI code of conduct and support invitation from people.
He said the site aims to solve a fundamental problem: The judicial branch issues approximately 50,000 Superior Court orders each year, and many of those are routine orders that do not raise novel legal issues.
Interestingly, the greatest impact was on the process TAT for routine orders.
Routine orders can be scheduled for regular intervals, reducing unnecessary trips to fax machines and printers.
Indeed, in the core laboratory at Oklahoma University Medical Center (OUMC), STAT and routine orders are handled in exactly the same manner.
In return for an EMS investment of $50,000 and up (usually significantly more, based on the number of systems with which it's integrated), shippers can realize such benefits as reduction of inventory due to improved shipment visibility, and an automated system that doesn't require a phone call or website visit to check on the status of routine orders.
Butchers, fishmongers, bakers and grocers would deliver routine orders to the door, or took vans around so that housewives could choose their purchases without having to leave their own street.