chargemaster

charge·mas·ter

(chahrj-mas'tĕr˘)
Common term for patient encounter form.
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25 July 2013 - German automobiles manufacturer BMW AG (ETR:BMW) intends to acquire a 2% interest in UK electric vehicle charging systems supplier Chargemaster Plc, which recently unveiled plans for a London IPO, a source told Reuters.
And they can claim a free Chargemaster home charging unit with installation from British Gas and free access to the POLAR public charging network of 1,500 charging points, until the end of March next year.
A COMPANY called Chargemaster is launching a scheme which will see 4,000 electric vehicle charging points installed around the UK by the end of next year.
Since introducing its first automated chargemaster solution 12 years ago, Craneware has expanded its solutions in revenue cycle, strategic pricing, and supply management.
For converting applications that require a temporary static charge during production, the Chargemaster VCM is a good fit.
RCBS has supplied a press, dies, and their ChargeMaster 1500 dispenser and scale combo.
Introducing ChargeMaster electrostatic charging system for in-mold decorating.
When used with Chargemaster power supplies, the Pinner Superbar temporarily bonds materials and provides consistent pinning voltage regardless of varying ambient conditions.
Also, there were more signs of competition among hospitals, which are now more in touch with activities and prices of other local hospitals, and are increasingly prone to discounting chargemaster (published) prices.
The country's largest universal rapid charging hub for electric vehicles has been inaugurated by Milton Keynes Council and BP Chargemaster, which is operating the hub on Polar, the largest public charging network in the UK.
"Success under the CMS price transparency requirements is more than just posting a hospital's chargemaster online," said Ted Barduson, President and General Manager of Panacea.