QMAS | definition of QMAS by Medical dictionary
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QMAS Quality Management and Analysis Subsystem. An IT system commissioned by the UK National Programme for Information Technology and developed and implemented by British Telecom, which was to support the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) and provide reporting, forecasting and payment information for improving services within the QOF. It was dismantled in 2011.
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The temperature error [[delta][bar.A].sup.*.sub.Ti] is used to compensate the original output of QMA bias [[bar.A].sub.oi] in the ith axes.
Firstly, the temperature is kept at 20[degrees]C for 1.5 hours to attain thermodynamic equilibrium of RLG and QMA assemblies.
First, the counts of vaccinated patients for each disease include patients with more than one of the four diseases, and the QMAS dataset does not enable us to correct for multimorbidity.
We are grateful to the National Health Service Information Centre for providing access to the QMAS data.
The authors wish to thank Dale Shaller of the Quality Measurement Advisory Service (QMAS
) and John Rauch of Westat for their assistance in obtaining the NCBD data used in this study.