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Chemotherapy Queues in Ontario Stay Steady

Although wait time for cancer patients in Ontario for radiation has fallen, wait times for chemotherapy are staying steady despite the increasing need//. These were the results of a study released by the provincial agency that co-ordinates treatment. Cancer Care Ontario has reported that the sy...

VIDEO: Perot Systems Launches Xcelys(TM) for Revenue Cycle Management

...ittance advice, contractual details and other critical payment and processing data elements. Xcelys for RCM provides a seamless workflow process, work queues and automated routing thereby reducing the time required to process claims. About Perot Systems Perot Systems is a worldwide provider of info...

MedQuist Introduces SpeechQ for Radiology Integrated with RadWorkFlow

...rpretation, allowing organizations access to critical operational data. RadWorkFlow accepts studies and data from multiple RIS and PACS, and logically queues those studies to the appropriate radiologist for interpretation based on site-defined rules. STAT orders are accelerated through the queue, and the is...

Rumours About Paris Preferential Treatment in Prison to Be Probed

...tom of it and find out exactly what happened, Contactmusic quoted Whitmore, as saying. It was also said that Hiltons relatives jumped visitors queues while they paid a visit to the facility. ...

Fishes Use Threat of Punishment in Mating Process

...ler than their superiors and so present no threat that might lead to their being cast out, and perishing as a result. Many animals have social queues in which the smaller members wait their turn before they can mate. We wanted to find out how they maintain stability in a situation where youd expect...

Iceland Introduces Smoking Ban in Bars and Restaurants

...uncers because of the expected increase in the number of guests going in and out to smoke. 'Bar owners are of course afraid that the resulting queues and number of people outside nighttime venues will cause noise and possibly violence in the city streets,' Gislason said. Some 24 percent of Icelander...

Ontario Encourages More Organ Donations

.... With this scheme, nearly 43 living donors have been reimbursed their expenses. According to the Ontario’s health minister, most people are in queues waiting for kidneys or livers. The best strategy to tide over this problem is to motivate more living donors. Financial assistance for living d...

Fuel Price Hike Triggers Violent Protests In Nepal

... appropriate decision, fuel sellers, anticipating a price hike, began hoarding their stocks, creating an artificial crisis. There have been long queues at petrol stations while shops selling cooking gas have been pleading short supply. The hikes come on the eve of a succession of Nepali festivals, sta...

Chikungunya Outbreak

... the efforts of the Health Department to eradicate the mosquitoes which spread the disease at source, the mosquitoes continue to breed leading to long queues of patient’s suffering from the disease. Chikungunya fever is a viral disease transmitted to humans by the bite of infected mosquito Aedes aeg...

Campaigners and Health Officials Fight Against Polio in Namibia

... of polio was detected on May 6 and the government was very keen on eradicating polio and decided to conduct vaccination campaigns. There are long queues were seen in some parts of the capital Windhoek. Health Minister Richard Kamwi said that all the work is going on in full swing and about 6 400 offic...
Queues in Biological News

Study on keeping nuclear bombs from US ports shows misplaced fear over cargo scanning cost

... for outbound containers, but will be flagged immediately and removed for a more intensive inspection. By segregating flagged containers outside large queues rather than placing them in piles that take time to stack and restack, potential bottlenecks are more easily averted. By contrast, the current proce...
Queues in Biological Technology

Study on keeping nuclear bombs from US ports shows misplaced fear over cargo scanning cost

... for outbound containers, but will be flagged immediately and removed for a more intensive inspection. By segregating flagged containers outside large queues rather than placing them in piles that take time to stack and restack, potential bottlenecks are more easily averted. By contrast, the current proce...
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