redundant test

redundant test

Redundant testing Lab medicine A test that has already been performed on the same Pt in a brief time period. See Panel, Reflex testing.
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and a lot of those have redundant test points to go through," he said.
Cleanscape TestWise is designed to allow software developers and testers to integrate redundant test procedures into an automated test process that helps them identify and eliminate problems early in the development cycle.
Combining the functions of an oscillographic recorder and a digital oscilloscope simplified testing, eliminated redundant test equipment, and corrected one of the major shortcomings of traditional digital scopes--a lack of inputs.
The Scheme solution uses a notation that does not involve GOTOs, flag variables, or redundant test. The control constructs are well structured and appropriate to the problem description, indicating that the syntaxes of Pascal and C make solutions in these and similar programming languages overly complex.
Maximum Arb memory is also 8 Mbytes, which is suitable for generating redundant test patterns.
redundant test orders, and lack of follow-up on lab results must be eliminated in order to achieve the cost saving and efficiency required by the new performance-based business models, and the LIS of the near future needs to have the functionality to support laboratory efforts to guide these initiatives.
Inefficiencies such as overutilization, redundant test orders, and lack of follow-up on lab results must be eliminated in order to achieve the cost savings and efficiency required by the new performance-based business models.
The company added that HemoScreen requires no maintenance or calibration and is expected to enable physicians to make validated, data-driven decisions: referring patients to the ER, prescribing antibiotics and other medication and ordering additional specific tests, while reducing redundant tests.
When healthcare organizations incorporate this type of credit and reference data into their revenue cycle workflows, they will also be able to address clinical, administrative, and quality improvements like preventing inappropriate care, redundant tests, and medical errors, as well.
Good assessments can actually be part of great learning experiences, but simplistic, poorly constructed, or redundant tests just take away from critical learning time, without providing useful information."