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Hat

A Turkish measure of length approximately equivalent to 2.63 millimeters. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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For more about how Caret provides exceptional specialized care, contact Kate Dobson, VP, Strategic and Business Development at Kdobson@CaretMD.
2008b) Caret Payment (child): A New Approach--Report of the Caret Payment (child) Review Taskforce, Appendix E: History of government financial assistance for carets, Canberra, FAHCSIA http://www.
Working from a wireless network connection, IntelliDOT's CAREt System incorporates a unique handheld computing device, an enterprise-class server and a sophisticated, but flexible software application.
When the new CAREt handheld is held within two to three inches of the wristband, the signal emitted from the handheld powers the chip, which then sends information back to the handheld to the verify patient information.
Caret said, "but it's not working because (students) are leaving with huge debt, and at the moment, a lot of them can't find jobs to pay off that debt.
Caret remains in his job for five years, he is eligible upon leaving his position for a one-year sabbatical at his full presidential salary.
What sets the CAREt System apart from other point-of-care systems is its ease of use.
Caret has been president of the University of Massachusetts for a little more than three months, and if he can find dollars as fast as he finds words, the five-campus system might be on its way to better times.
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By offering the CAREt System, we give our member hospitals a proven technology to help their patients, staff and bottom line.
Caret will probably use the Shrewsbury office frequently, given that much of the system's staff is based there, said university spokesman Robert P.
IntelliDOT's CAREt System is a nurse-centered workflow manager connecting caregivers with the information systems they need at the point of care.