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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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Blue Chip Rewards members are awarded one free day when a member earns 16 credits.
It's just one more way Thrifty can ensure the best service to our Blue Chip customers.
Ross Love, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Blue Chip, will be nominated to serve on Radio One's board of directors.
Ross Love, president/CEO of Blue Chip Broadcasting, stated, "This is, without question, an historic milestone for Blue Chip Broadcasting.
Flynn, Blue Chip's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer commented, "I am proud of what we have built and accomplished at Blue Chip in the past two years.
For football, the Blue Chip Report selected Kyle Thompson as the Southern California Player of the Year.
8220;At National Blue Chip Elite Lacrosse, college coaches observe potential recruits in drills, combine testing, small game scenarios and games.
But chemicals firm Croda International was a drag on the blue chips, shedding 5 percent after it said trading weakened in September, with month-on-month trading volatile.
Matrox Mura boards are at the forefront of video wall functionality within the AV industry," said Barry Husbands, Managing Director, Blue Chip Technology.
London-based UHY Hacker Young has stepped in to run Blue Chip Casinos.
Fizz Design, based at Wormald's Yard, has been appointed by Blue Chip, the UK's leading supplier of horse feed.