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Synonyms for initiate

begin

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initiate someone into something

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  • instruct in
  • train in
  • coach in
  • acquaint with
  • drill in
  • make aware of
  • teach about
  • tutor in
  • indoctrinate
  • prime in
  • familiarize with

Synonyms for initiate

to admit formally into membership or office, as with ritual

Synonyms for initiate

someone who has been admitted to membership in a scholarly field

people who have been introduced to the mysteries of some field or activity

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accept people into an exclusive society or group, usually with some rite

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bring up a topic for discussion

set in motion, start an event or prepare the way for

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CareSpark's ability to request and retrieve specific records for a patient applying for disability benefits depends strongly on the ability of the Initiate software to accurately identify the patient, determine the location of the records and to do so in compliance with standards and requirements set by the Social Security Administration.
Programme trainers were chosen selectively from the community, reflecting the traditional method of choosing older Meru men to pass on the "ways of men" to the new initiates during their seclusion period.
The inclusive vision of santeras Asunta Serrano, Mercedes Nobels, Juana Manrique, along with Babalawo Pancho Mora, helped embrace African American initiates.
For more details on Initiate Systems and Initiate Identity Hub(TM) software, visit http://www.
London's Brent Council received recognition for the "Best Use of Data in Public Sector" at the Data Strategy Awards for its work with Initiate solutions.
The debates over healthcare IT adoption and payment reform have validated that healthcare communities that master information sharing realize improved outcomes at lower costs," said Bill Conroy, president and CEO, Initiate.
Thought leaders from the Initiate team - such as Larry Dubov, Lorraine Fernandes, Marty Moseley, and Scott Schumacher - regularly contribute to the blog, which also serves to announce the availability of podcasts, white papers, webinars, conferences, case studies and other reference materials.
With our range of customers and thought leaders spanning many industries, we look forward to advancing the conversation around MDM, health information sharing and other topics," said Gina Sandon, vice president, marketing for Initiate Systems.
According to Andy Hayler, the Bloor associate analyst who penned the report: "The largest players in the MDM market, in terms of revenue and customer base, are Oracle, IBM, Initiate and SAP.
Initiate Catalyst Patient Registry is tuned specifically for the healthcare data domain and includes a patient algorithm in use at more than 100 integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and 30 national and regional health information exchanges (RHIOs).
Initiate Catalyst leverages the Initiate Master Data Service([R]) and is designed to meet the functional, technical and packaging requirements of ISVs that wish to embed or integrate master data management (MDM), customer data integration (CDI), record locator or entity resolution capabilities within their products or solutions.
Initiate Lauds Customer National Instruments for Winning 2009 Best Practices Award in Master Data Management (MDM) from The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI)
Initiate's patient registry technology integrates with the open-source architecture, using web service technology and HL7 standards, demonstrating that Initiate Interoperable Health is an open and flexible platform.
Initiate Payer Data Management helps healthcare payer organizations provide access to a patient's lifetime information across all points of service, lowering administrative costs by reducing time spent tracking down information residing in disparate systems.