management information system


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management information system

Computer hardware and software that provides support for a managed care health plan.
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The procurement is to introduce a Transport Agency of safety management and risk management information system that will allow at least the following areas Transport Agency in accordance with the requirements of:
Paul Travelers' e-CARMA is a customer portal to its Risk Management Information System.
Softscape's Homeless Case Management solution is a comprehensive web-based homeless management information system that streamlines the management of prevention, outreach, intake, assessment, emergency shelters, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, permanent housing, and supportive services aimed at removing people from the cycle of homelessness.
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SafeCare has developed and deployed a safety management information system, SafeCare SIS, which allows health care organizations to capture, aggregate and analyze adverse event data that reveals trends, patterns, systemic causes, and associated waste.
Western Highlands, Pathways and Foothills will use the CMHC/MIS(R), CMHC's fully integrated management information system, as the single point of entry for client registration, authorization, claims adjudication, payments and provider credentialing.
Silanis, the world leader in automating business approval processes, announced today that the Department of the Army, G-3 Collective Training Division has deployed Silanis' electronic approval software for electronic ammunition requests under the Training Ammunition Management Information System - Redesigned (TAMIS-R).
Management information systems for enterprise applications; business issues, research and solutions.
that present recent research on human-computer interactions relevant to the field of management information systems.
Obviously, it creates a dilemma for computer science and management information systems graduating students; they can't get the job for lack of experience, and can't acquire experience without landing a job first.
While these reviews rely largely on administrative data from established management information systems, they also include examinations of a randomly selected small sample of complete case records and interviews of professional and community partners involved in child welfare services.

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