satva


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satva (sätˑ·w),

n in Ayurvedic philosophy, the essence; one of the three attributes of prakriti; the inactive, creative potential in the universe, represented by Brahma.
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The SATVA pilot tagged the entire CDA coming from the Part 2 facility with an "R" because all information coming from dedicated Part 2 facility was to be treated as Part 2 information by the receiving entity.
In a development of potential importance to the evolution of state-based health information exchanges, Anasazi Software and Valley Hope Assocation, both member organizations of SATVA (the Software and Technology Vendors' Association), demonstrated how to exchange "ultrasensitive" health information summaries (HL-7 compliant CCD or "continuity of care documents") between different EHR systems.
Patient confidentiality remains a sticking point, though members of SATVA are developing an electronic system for managing consent-directive queries.
We would go to MACBA and see who was skating, maybe Jon Newport, Alex Castaneda, Ali Boulala, Lee Smith, Satva Leung, Jason Masse, Kenny Reed or Paul Shier, along with a crowd of people I didn't recognize.
For help with issues beyond certification and interoperability, SATVA is looking to HRSA for help and advice.
Satva DJ battle, and the next thing you know you're finger painting at the funny farm.
At present, SATVA has demonstrated the operation of this consent directive to officials at SAMHSA who have given it favorable consideration.
JT the Bigga Figga, Duane Peters and The Hunns, DJ Satva, DJ Muska Beatz, and The Suicide Girls held it down.
and SATVA vice chairman, the conference agenda included demonstration of an interoperable Continuity of Care Document (CCD) prototype between two different EHR platforms; an exploration of the adequacy of existing CCD designs and templates for use by behavioral healthcare; and an evaluation of business and medical case scenarios under which different elements of CCD information might eventually be exchanged with primary care, emergency, surgical, or other medical providers.