closed record

closed record

The completed medical chart of a patient, either after discharge from care or after the patient's death.
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3 million shares of the company and after the social networking giant's stock closed record high on Tuesday, Sandberg became one of the youngest female billionaires in the world.
The federal courts of appeals review district court orders and judgments on the basis of a closed record, which is limited to materials in the record when the district court made the decision under review.
Accepted into the closed record was unsupported costing data provided by carriers.
PK - News) today announced that its Internet and New Media Division has closed record deal volume during the month of May and is on track to exceed projected sales for Q3 2004.
Closed record order bookings for the company for a single quarter.
Growing Firm Closed Record Deals in April Marking its Best Month to Date
Speaking for the genealogists, Iris Carter Jones, who lives in Sacramento and lobbies for the California State Genealogical Alliance, said: "No closed record is a good record.
File plans should have the capacity to identify closed record series (file classes) (e.
Scope of quantity or scope: The contracting authority shall conclude a contract with a vendor for consulting services in arrangement and delivery of older and closed records.
Owing to data protection, there will be some closed records at the time of launch but thousands of these will be made available each week.
Even sealing select documents could be telling, since one could deduce that closed records are hiding something.
Ohioans should be alarmed at the secrets they insured: hidden loaded guns, secret permit holders and closed records.