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scheduling

A nonspecific term which, as defined in the context of UK healthcare, corresponds to the planning and booking of all necessary resources (people, places, equipment, investigations, interventions and events) associated with the diagnosis, treatment and care management of the patient.
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Combining CBM with planning and scheduling produces synergies such as:
This release also incorporates additional levels of automation and, when used in conjunction with Forgent's VNP, the entire scheduling, launching and managing of videoconferences is completely turnkey.
Running on the IBM AS/400 mid-range computer, CMS/400 includes integrated manufacturing, sales-management, scheduling, distribution, financial, EDI, accounting, and barcode-label management.
Since the league schools are located in Northern Portland, the scheduling is mainly crosstown.
In certain situations, it may be possible to perform the scheduling process using time spans of several years, exclude certain temporary differences from the scheduling exercise, or limit the scheduling proces to only certain items.
Field service and maintenance organizations have long struggled with the fact that a majority of the scheduling solutions on the market are very difficult to integrate with their EAM systems, and aren't necessarily designed for a user base of skilled technicians from multiple trades," said Jeff Kleban, Syclo's EVP for Alliances.
Mapcon 95, available in interoperable DOS and Windows versions, features time-interval, 52-week-calendar, and gauge/meter preventive-maintenance scheduling as well as a variety of inventory, purchasing, cost-accounting, and human-resources management functions.
What the computer does effectively is search, sort and do the calculations that are so pervasive in any scheduling activity.
This is often because those who have never dealt with the complexities of scheduling have little regard for the difficulties involved.
Thomas, "is that when you install this package, you can immediately download up to 10 years of historical production-efficiency data from a Focus-100 system into it, and instantaneously have a scheduling 'expert' with 10 years of experience on your tools and equipment working for you.
The word got around that the firm did not really support part-time scheduling and two years passed before another high-performing woman asked for that schedule.
Announced today at an executive signing ceremony in Bangkok, THAI becomes the 16th airline in the Asia Pacific region and joins other leading carriers that employ AirFlite to optimize its flight scheduling operations.

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