Addressograph


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Synonyms for Addressograph

a printer that automatically prints addresses on letters for mailing

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No procedure existed to make sure the addressograph that traveled with the patient and was used to stamp requisitions actually matched the patient's wristband.
Health care providers have materials available to prompt and aid the discussion of preterm birth with patients, notably the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Patient Addressograph.
A little girl in the print shop--hovering at the clacking Addressograph, sitting astride a massive roll of newsprint like a pony and rocking it gently, darting toward the press and grabbing just-printed sections just like the men did--was tolerated but not encouraged.
We took it out of his hands and got an addressograph machine.
In 1949 Army finance students received instruction in such topics as military pay, travel, disbursing, and auditing for public funds by using the "latest" equipment: addressograph, graphotype, and money-listing and check-writing machines.
He'd cash his weekly paycheck from his job at his father's Addressograph machine company and head over to where the boys were hanging out.
Using addressograph machines, in formation from the blue card is imprinted onto patient wristbands and pre-printed forms that are attached to the patient's chart.
Podhajny joined Addressograph Multigraph, which had a state-of-the-art lab but was beginning its industry decline.
For many years, healthcare providers have been using Addressograph equipment to capture patient information Onto various forms.
Attorneys sometimes find discrepancies by inspecting markings stamped on the records by an addressograph (usually a purple stamped notation of the patient's name, address, and hospital room number in the upper right corner of pages) or comparing chart entries with other documents that hospital staff generate, such as logs of patients in labor and delivery.
It used typewriters long before they became commonplace, and in 1919 Powers punched-card accounting machinery was introduced, followed by the Addressograph, a machine that freed clerks from the drudgery of addressing thousands of envelopes every week.
Identifying information is stamped in ink using an addressograph, as it is on all patient-specific documents.
The importance of remembering is to realize how recent it was that typewriters still produced prescription labels and addressograph machines pressed plastic third-party enrollment cards onto paper claim forms.
I was the business manager for a large publisher when mandatory zip coding forced us to convert our mailing lists from metal Addressograph plates to computer--mainframe, of course--and we are still having problems with our current service bureau, almost a year after the conversion.
Dad is a philanderer: our hero mimes his father's sexual exploitation of Alice, the class evil made explicit: "I'd used and discarded him--just as my dad had mistreated Alice, the Addressograph operator.