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Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) announced it was awarded a task order by the Indian Health Service (IHS) to help replace its Electronic Dental Record
The remains were identified with the help of the victim's dental record
, Arsenio Evangelista, the victim's father, said in a radio interview.
Prior to deployment, it became policy for all TF MED dental providers to use the CDA as an electronic dental record
in lieu of paper dental records
The fact that the AC and RC databases were not synchronized by a common electronic dental record
posed a significant challenge.
3) In addition, dental records
must be confidential and protected against disclosure to unauthorized people.
Police were today set to check dental records
to identify a body found in a burnt-out car.
Health chiefs hope the areas will make the experience less of an ordeal for Scottish youngsters, whose dental record
is among the worst in the UK.
Lip prints can also support dental record
comparisons in homicide cases where dismemberment makes identification difficult or when victims do not have teeth or readily available dental records
This is because WINMED Professional provides the full suite of unique reports that a FQHC is required to produce and because DSS also offers Dental Record
Manager Plus and Mental Health Treatment Planner which are integrated modules that meet the clinical documentation needs of many FQHCs.
April 9, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Science Applications International Corporation today announced it has been awarded the Indian Health Service (IHS) Electronic Dental Record
Implementation Support contract from the General Services Administration (GSA).
A team identified him by a dental record
and photo of him in uniform.
We've incorporated our Mental Health Treatment Planner and Dental Record
Manager Plus products into vxVistA.
When the local Dental Practice Board asked to inspect dental record
cards and x-ray samples these had not been available.
THE full extent of Scotland's poor dental record
has been exposed, with one in five people having lost their natural teeth.