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iatric

 [i-at´rik]
pertaining to medicine or to a physician.

i·at·ric

(ī-at'rik),
Pertaining to medicine or to a physician or healer.
[G. iatros, physician]

i·at·ric

(ī-at'rik)
Pertaining to medicine or to a physician or healer.
[G. iatros, physician]
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Iatric Systems Inc revealed on Tuesday the completion of its acquisition by Harris Computer Systems through its Healthcare group for an undisclosed amount.
Iatric said the acquisition positions it for continued and long-term success in line with its history of providing innovative healthcare IT solutions to hospitals and healthcare systems.
Iatric will operate out of a new 435,000-square-foot, state-ofthe-art FDA-registered facility in Morristown, T .
SALEM - Legislators are close to unveiling a proposal that would allocate $5 million for infrastructure costs over the next two years for the state psych iatric hospital proposed for Junction City.
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"Identifying and Overcoming Obstacles for Clinical Integration" was the focus of the session by Mary Moewe, MS, FACHE, CPHIMS, PMP, Associate Vice President, Iatric Systems, Boxford, MA.
"Cross-Cultural Assessment of Get iatric Depression: A Review of the CES-D and GDS." Journal of Mental Health and Aging 7: 137-64.
Jesse Elvin, Tort Liability for Psych- iatric Illness Caused by Stress at Work, 15 King's College Law Journal 428 (2004).
(12) For an in-depth treatment of these issues from a variety of angles and perspectives, see: "Traditionelle Heilkundige--Arztliche Personlichkeiten im Vergleich der Kulturen und medizinischen Systeme--Traditional Healers, Iatric Personalities in Different Cultures and Medical Systems", Curare Special Edition 5, W.
(18) Willis's theory gained credence and empathy for those afflicted through no fault of their own when Royal Society Fellow Thomas Sydenham in a book on hysteria supported the hypothesis that there were iatric and somatic explanations for suicide.
On the one hand, this will require generalisation of the Ger iatric Evaluation Units to evaluate needs and the organisation of an appropriate and least-cost balance of services (home help/care, home nursing and geriatric care).
Joel Berman, president of Iatric Systems, has a virtual-office consultancy, with employees throughout the U.S.