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In the future, the Philippine Business Data Bank will include business data of economic locators in the Philippine Economic Zone Authority and the other ecozones across the country, the DOF added.
Problems with the accuracy of information contained in Adverse Action Reports in the NPDB continue, largely because of legal limitations imposed on the scope of review performed by the data bank.
The National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) is a congressionally mandated repository of medical malpractice payments and certain adverse actions related to health care providers, entities, and suppliers.
The data bank would also serve to provide necessary information for researchers and experts on the oil and energy industries, said the Secretariat.
The National Practitioner Data Bank has been a lightning rod for criticism throughout its history, despite a dearth of information on its impact (Robertson, 2001; Ryzen, 1992; Satiani, 2004; Todd, 1995; Waters, Warnecke, Parsons, Almagor & Budetti, 2006).
Starting initially with students, the data bank will have city of residince, college/university they are studying at and place of work.
Condemning the attack on Indian students in Australia, he said, the data bank would include details on the total number of Indian students in a country, where they stay and job conditions of the part time employed students.
Experts believe that since China has 56 ethnic groups and a population of 1.3 billion, the data bank will be of great value to all of Asia and the entire world.
Another example of the good trial lawyers can accomplish comes from a lawsuit against First Data Bank, which publishes a list of prescription drug prices used as benchmarks for determining what many health plans and state Medicaid programs pay pharmacies for drugs.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)--the Indian Health Service (IHS), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH)--failed to report 474 medical malpractice cases to the National Practitioner Data Bank, despite being required to do so, according to an October 2005 report by the HHS inspector general.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-6 September 2005-Sentera Plc to deliver in-house control data bank for 3,500 grocery shops in Finland(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD
Common Data Bank for Civilian Manpower and Personnel Information: This initiative proposes to introduce civilian manpower structure into the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS) that will result in standardized position-related (manpower) information in a single database and eliminate the manual input process into DCPDS.
OTTAWA -- While the amounts given to charities rose in 2002, the proportion of taxfilers who claimed charitable donations continued to decline slightly, according to Statistics Canada's Charities Data Bank.
In the context of molecular biology, this has typically meant that authors of papers describing a newly sequenced genome, gene, or protein must deposit the primary data into a permanent, public data repository such as the sequence databases maintained by the DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ), the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), and the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
The prototype of the system will be installed at Idenken's Center for Information Biology and DNA Data Bank of Japan by the end of 2004.
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