COI

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COI

Abbreviation for:
cardiac output index
central obesity index
Central Office of Information (Medspeak-UK)
chronic orthostatic intolerance
collagen type I
cost of illness
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Additionally, analysts can share this extension with specific users (or COIs) to further track and identify these networks.
COIs and Administrative monthly deductions will be deducted from the sub accounts on a pro rata basis
On the basis of a t test with an interaction-wise error rate of 5%, the numbers of COIs were 833 and 768 in 1998 and 1999 out of a possible 7350 interactions and 507 in 2000 out of a possible 3675 interactions (Table 3).
The knowledge management literature view of CoPs as formal entities and COIs as informal entities is almost diametrically opposed from the DoD net-centric literature, which defines the COI as the central organizing function that enables collaboration to work in a data-centric sense.
Of the 160 systematic reviews that provided COI disclosure statements, more systematic reviews had at least one author reporting financial COIs (individual and/or institutional) compared to non-financial COIs (individual and/or institutional) (n=18; 11% versus n=11; 7%).
Koh and Kwak (4) noted that female athletes had a higher prevalence of COIs compared to their counterparts, however, our data did not show any significant differences between female and male recorded COIs.
Secondly, we highlight the findings from our comparative study of COIs and their impact on policy change using the theoretical framework.
Cost of insurance (COI) charges -- monthly charges for mortality, administration, marketing and other expenses -- are assessed against a life insurance policy based on the insured's attained age, the original rating class, and the current net amount at risk.
Eisner also suggests advisors "stay within their own generation" with the COIs on which they rely.
If candy had the same kind of disclaimers as a certificate of insurance (COI) prominently displays, one might read "No nutritional value is implied or existing herein."
The COIs are collecting, coordinating and aligning the technical capabilities, requirements, gaps, opportunities and priorities for their respective technology areas or portfolios.