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blue chip

A small flat plastic chit with embossed lettering which contains basic patient demographics, including name, medical record number, date of birth, date of admission, physician of record, type of insurance, room number, etc., which is “swiped” in a credit card-like fashion on orders for lab work, imaging, billing, and other inpatient procedures.
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It was a bad day for a majority of the bluechip stocks.
Omtool Ltd (Nasdaq: OMTL), a provider of document handling solutions, has confirmed that it has completed its acquisition of BlueChip Technologies, a provider of electronic forms automation, document imaging and object archiving solutions.
Micrel acquired approximately 94% of the outstanding BlueChip securities and options to purchase BlueChip securities in a cash-for-stock transaction, the company said.
BlueChip was developed from a highly apomictic, single-plant selection from progeny of hybrid cross 90-0336.
Infoconomy comment: Some of DecisionWorks' claims seem extraordinary, but its bluechip list of early adopters - including Anglo Irish Bank, Deutsche Bank, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, and BSkyB - suggests that the software is delivering considerable value.
Mr Nensey added that CTN and Bluechip intend to invest over Kshs500m in the network in the near future.
Bluechip wants your memo to him first thing tomorrow morning.
BlueChip Energy, LLC (BCE) an independent solar power producer, today announced it has signed a letter of intent with Neo Solar Power, a Taiwan-based solar cell manufacturer, for an equity participation in BCE's 120 MW Sorrento Solar Farm project.
MORE than PS27 billion was wiped off the value of bluechip stocks on Thursday as investors remained spooked by tensions between the USA and North Korea.
The blue brand did get its fair share of bluechip stars, as four-time Raw Women's Champion Charlotte made the move to SmackDown Live.
China's bluechip index closed higher on Friday, thanks to better-than-expected inflation data pointing to signs of a stabilising economy, but it snapped an eight-week winning streak after a top regulator warned against "barbaric" takeover deals.