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Ris

1. An ancient Hebrew unit of length approximately equivalent to 135 meters.

2. A Talmudic unit of length approximately equivalent to 32 or 35 meters.
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William Rosner: Al though it is in their best interests to do so, manufacturers probably are not ideally equipped to establish RIs properly, both in terms of the numbers required and the difficulty of deciding who is "normal.
Johnson notes that respondents expressed an interest in more robust RIS solutions that would encompass additional functions like order entry and management reporting, which in many cases are non-RIS solutions.
RIS are most important segment of modernisation and development of Croatian inland waterways, along with the revitalization of Croatian navigable rivers and ports and their integration to international transport chains.
As with most cases, in our facility the RIS and PACS servers are separate.
As RIS ensures safety of vessels in navigation, as per the Inland Vessel Act, it will be the responsibility of the states to direct all the vessels to be equipped with RIS compatible equipment.
However, he says, there are always further horizons to reach, including creating a unified approach to physician order entry in the EMR that optimizes the ways imaging reschedulings are handled in the RIS, for example, and standardizing exam codes across all three hospitals.
The draft directive (COM(2004)392) pursues a dual objective: encouraging the development of RIS and ensuring the interoperability of systems.
The RIS Directive (2005/44/EC) regulates the use of RIS for European inland waterways and makes some functionalities mandatory.
KLAS asks: Why did FUJIFILM recently acquire Empiric Systems, a radiology informatics vendor, when FUJIFILM's own imaging offerings have done quite well in the industry without a complementary RIS module?
In common with the Council of Ministers, the report drafted by German EPP-ED Member Renate Sommer (under the co-decision procedure) specifies that the deployment of satellite-positioning technologies for RIS should be recommended and no longer mandatory.
Contract award notice: management services and maintenance of the supply market tray ris (91130).
In a new report titled, The Reviral of RIS, KLAS profiles the renewed interest among healthcare providers in RIS technology.