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delivery system

n.
1. A means or procedure for providing a product or service to the public: the health care delivery system.
2. A means, technology, or device for administering drugs to a patient.
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Solving the "high cost" problem associated with other forms of controlling the disease, the Imugene Adenoviral Vector Delivery System can be administered to large numbers of birds via drinking water.
It is critical to understand your internal capacity: the financials (the budget you have), information system and delivery system capacity.
We anticipate continued success for the deployment of this Broadband Delivery System into premium hotels around the world.
This exercise made it plain to CSAVR hat the service delivery system, which had been in existence for more than 76 years, had become a major impediment and an onerous obstacle to the central purpose of the statute--to train and place in competitive employment eligible persons with disabilities.
As the concept of integrated delivery systems increases in popularity and involves more and more nursing homes, the importance of understanding referral and reimbursement issues will become even more apparent.
The NCQA now accepts the reporting of HEDIS information for POS model types and has modified the standards so they can apply to evaluating physician service organizations, integrated delivery systems, and behavioral health organizations.
Like ships on a storm-tossed ocean, delivery systems will continue to be buffeted by changes blowing in from all directions.
Dewey Knight, Director of Financial Aid at the University of Mississippi and a guest speaker during the "ELM Solutions Workshop Tour" noted, "As an open, lender-neutral, non-proprietary student loan delivery system, the benefits of using ELM are unmatched.
As this process is perfected, the PHO will be the central building block of the integrated delivery system.
In the second part of this column in the September 1995 issue of Physician Executive, the author will elaborate on the seven factors for success in an integrated delivery system.
When an electronic communications network is in place, a number of remarkable efficiencies are available to providers, and the delivery system enjoys substantial reductions in its operating costs.
Lock 'n Load is a patented, closed delivery system for granular products that was first marketed in the late eighties.