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Synonyms for abstract

Synonyms for abstract

existing only in concept and not in reality

concerned primarily with theories rather than practical matters

a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

to remove from association with

Synonyms for abstract

a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance

a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory

consider a concept without thinking of a specific example

make off with belongings of others

consider apart from a particular case or instance

give an abstract (of)

existing only in the mind

not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature

dealing with a subject in the abstract without practical purpose or intention

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The medical records abstractors did not identify 38 episodes identified by the algorithm, and the algorithm did not identify 24 episodes identified by the medical record abstractors (data not shown).
para]]Expected to improve already competitive response time for abstractor based searches[[/para]]
The researchers sent abstractors out to page through dusty volumes of notes handwritten by Swedish midwives, who had recorded problems during pregnancy and labor as well as the weight of newborns.
As the authors note in the preface, "Because the descriptors were generated by a number of abstractors working independently of each other, it is advisable to look also at Index B [the list of titles] if one wants to do a reasonably thorough literature review on any particular subject.
Process improvements have focused on provider education, analyzing the current EHR to improve and streamline the HCC process, utilization of nurse abstractors to perform chart review, identification of unconfirmed HCC's, overall optimization of HCC scores all of which has resulted in appropriate payment for services provided.
com is used by land surveyors, direct-marketing companies, real estate professionals, government agencies, mortgage servicers, real estate attorneys, abstractors and others seeking immediate, cost-effective access to local or national property information and land records.
Founded more than 100 years ago, non-profit ILTA is the state trade association representing title agents, abstractors and underwriters in all 102 Illinois counties.
Nevertheless, if two abstractors (or indexers) consistently produce similar results, while a third agrees little with the other two, one is generally inclined to believe that the consistent abstracting (indexing) will be "better.
The abstracts, which may range from a few words to a lengthy paragraph, are in English; the list of abstractors includes twenty-eight international scholars.
based Siemens Healthcare) without depending on interventions by abstractors to pull information from charts.
The language of the court was unmistakable in its regret at having most of us believing that the ELR was going to forever insulate design professionals from the same kind of scrutiny received by title abstractors in First American Title Insurance Co.
James Lancaster; Mary Nixon, executive secretary for Abstractors Board of Examiners; Shelby Taylor of Shelby Taylor Trucking; Alvin Upton, co-owner of Buy-Rite Foods Inc.
Several studies have examined attempts at shortcuts around the training and counseling components; all studies suggest that medical record abstractors perform very poorly compared with infection control practitioners in case-finding for nosocomial infections (9).
The functioning of these writing-assistance tools should, however, be designed specially to fit the needs of abstractors.
Delivering more than 2 million images per day, Data Tree's system is a reliable solution for businesses that perform land record searches, including title companies, abstractors, real estate attorneys, creditors, mortgage lenders, civil engineers and more.