TIUFHA ACTION DELETE action Deletes the entry as an entry in TIU Document Definition file 8925.1. Entry will first be deleted as an item wherever it is used as an item. Entries In Use by documents cannot be deleted. An entry must have Status Inactive before it can be deleted to ensure that it is not used during the delete process. Only the owner can delete an entry. National entries and Shared Components cannot be deleted. If the entry is pointed to by by an entry in another file (for example if an entry has a Business Rule which references it), it is the user's responsibility to delete the entry which points to it (for example, the Business Rule) before deleting the entry. OBJECT DELETE Objects can be deleted only from the Detailed Display of the object. Action deletes the object from the file. Objects can be deleted only by the owner and only after being inactivated. Objects cannot be deleted if they are embedded in boilerplate text of any entries. D DELETE^TIUFHA1:$G(TIUFSTMP)="",DELOBJ^TIUFD4:$G(TIUFSTMP)="D"
The result is that Stellar has locked in some intriguing partnerships. Right now, its Lumens coin is being used on an IBM blockchain project at a dozen major banks in the South Pacific to expedite payment settlement and validation. Prior to this partnership being announced, Stellar and India’s ICICI Bank worked together to create blockchain solutions to increase transaction processing speeds in India. Considering just how much of India’s population is underbanked, blockchain could play a particularly game-changing role in emerging market economies like this.
TIUFC ACTION CREATE TL action MANAGER OPTIONS Create Title is selectable only when the bolded entry has Type Document Class. (Actions are not selectable when they are enclosed in parentheses). This action permits the user to Create a new Title and hang it under the bolded entry. Option Create Document Definitions does not allow the creation of Objects: Use Option Create Objects or Option Sort Document Definitions. D CREATE^TIUFC1
One of the benefits that bitcoin promised was anonymity. No one could trace the direction of the funds or their owners. It's a feature that made it popular with black market traders. In fact, bitcoin was never completely secure. The blockchain can track individual payments and can link them to individuals as soon as they're converted into fiat. Monero promises greater security. As long as there's a demand for confidential transactions, there should be a demand for monero.
External Advisory Committee: An ORU may also have an External Advisory Committee, comprised of individuals from other on-campus units and/or from outside the campus to provide perspective and to help identify new research and scholarly opportunities. The composition of this committee should be determined by the Director working with the Faculty Advisory Committee and the VCR. This committee should review the activities and plans of the unit and provide written advice to the Director on an annual basis. A summary of the Advisory Committee recommendations and findings shall be given in the unit’s Annual Report.
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GMPL MENU CREATE GROUP action This action transfers control to the List Manager utility, to bring up a new screen allowing the entry/editing of any problem category. The user will be asked for the category s/he wishes to review and edit, and a screen similar to the 'Build List' menu will be shown allowing similar actions to edit the contents of the selected category. A new category may be entered here, which will be available to add to the current list upon return to the 'Build List' screen when finished. D EDIT^GMPLBLD I $D(GMPSAVED) D BUILD^GMPLBLD("^TMP(""GMPLIST"",$J)",GMPLMODE),HDR^GMPLBLD K GMPSAVED
GMRA MEDWATCH DATA COMPLETE extended action This protocol will be activated whenever a reaction has a MEDWatch form entered. Listed below are the variables that will be defined for that reaction. Variables: GMRAPA = The Internal Entry Number of the reaction in File 120.8 (PATIENT ALLERGIES) GMRAPA(0) = The zero node of the entry in File 120.8. Below is a description of the data for that node. $P Field name Field type --------------------------------------------------------------- 1 PATIENT Pointer to File 2 (PATIENT) 2 REACTANT Free Text of Reaction 3 GMR ALLERGY Variable Pointer * 4 ORIGINATION DATE/TIME Date/Time (FileMan format) 5 ORIGINATOR Pointer to File 200 (NEW PERSON) 6 OBSERVED/HISTORICAL Set of Codes (o=Observed,h=Historical) 12 ORIGINATOR SIGN OFF Set of Codes (1=Signed,(Zero or Null)=Unsigned) 14 MECHANISM Set of Codes (U=Unknown,P=Pharmacologic,A=Allergy) 16 VERIFIED Set of Codes (1=Verified,(0 or Null)=Not Verified) 17 VERIFICATION DATE/TIME Date/Time (FileMan format) 18 VERIFIER Pointer to File 200 20 ALLERGY TYPE Free Text/Set of Codes 1 to 3 characters long (Where "D" = Drug, "F" = Food, "O" = Other) GMRAPA1 = The Internal Entry Number of the reaction in File 120.85 (ADVERSE REACTION REPORTING) GMRAPA1(0) = The zero node of the entry in File 120.85. Below is a description of the data for that node. $P Field name Field type --------------------------------------------------------------- 1 DATE/TIME OF EVENT Date/Time (FileMan format) 2 PATIENT Pointer to File 2 (PATIENT) 3 QUESTION #1 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 4 QUESTION #2 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 5 QUESTION #3 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 6 QUESTION #4 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 7 QUESTION #5 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 8 NO. DAY HOSPITALIZED Numeric 9 QUESTION #6 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 10 QUESTION #7 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 11 QUESTION #8 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 12 DATE MD NOTIFIED Date/Time (FileMan format) 13 OBSERVER Pointer to File 200 (NEW PERSON) 14 SEVERITY Set of Codes (1=Mild, 2=Moderate, 3=Severe) 15 RELATED REACTION Pointer to File 120.8 (PATIENT ALLERGIES) 16 QUESTION #9 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) 17 QUESTION #10 Set of Codes (y=YES,n=NO) *The GMR ALLERGY field is a variable pointer which points to one of five possible files. They are: File Name File Reference --------- -------------- GMR ALLERGIES GMR(120.8, (e.g., 212;GMR(120.8,) NATIONAL DRUG PSNDF( DRUG PSDRUG( DRUG INGREDIENTS PS(50.416, VA DRUG CLASS PS(50.605,
The basic setup is similar to Instagram. You mostly post pictures, though you can also share links or recommendations for music, movies, and books. Like on Twitter, you can draw attention to these posts with hashtags and mentions. In an attempt at privacy control, the app lets you customize who sees your posts—you can share each update with different groups of people. And, once you've made a few friends, you can instant-message with other individuals and groups.
PSJ LM NEW ORDER action Allows the user to enter a new order for the selected patient without seeing a medication profile. K PSJSTARI,^TMP("PSJINTER",$J) D KILL^PSJBCMA5(+$G(PSJSYSP)) D HOLDHDR^PSJOE K PSJLK S X=DFN_";DPT(" D LK^ORX2 S PSJLK=Y I Y D LMNEW^PSJOE0(DFN,PSJPROT) D KILL^PSJBCMA5(+$G(PSJSYSP)) I PSJLK S X=DFN_";DPT(" D ULK^ORX2 S VALMBCK="Q"
An ORU is an academic unit the University has established to provide a supportive infrastructure for interdisciplinary research that complements the academic goals of departments. Characteristically, ORUs cross significant intellectual boundaries between disciplines such as those assumed to exist between departments and divisions, or their equivalent. ORUs may also be established to serve a compelling campus research priority or need that has been identified through broad campus consultation or strategic planning.
Thanks to its distributed design and because no person owns it, it’s away from any kind of advertisement and corporate interference. After making an account, you retain the ownership of your personal data. It’s also better than Facebook for people who wish to hide their real identity as it allows pseudonyms. You can use hashtags, mentions, text formatting, etc.

Ethereum. Running a distant second with a market capitalization of $68 billion versus bitcoin's $281 billion, ethereum is traded by many of the exchanges that handle bitcoin. The currency is just part of a broader ethereum goal of creating "smart contracts" held on an array of "nodes" rather than a central server, speeding deal making and providing better security than the old-fashioned internet.
If you check its price, you’ll see a high rise during 2017 similar to that of various others, and that being said, its price rose to 320+ USD in July. And seeing the rank list, it’s under ten if I consider market capitalization. Considering its unique features that fill in the holes in Bitcoin and other similar networks, Dash has the potential to rise and shine in future.
GMTS ORC action This component contains current orders from the OE/RR package. Since the OE/RR package integrates all orders for the ancillary services, the orders will be reported in most recent orders first sequence without concern for the ancillary package the order originated from/for. Current orders are defined as those orders with an OE/RR order status other than discontinued or expired. The component information includes item ordered, OE/RR order status, start date, and stop date. OE/RR order status abbreviations include "blank"=Active, "c"=Complete, "dc"=Discontinued, "e"= expired, "?"=Flagged, "h"=Hold, "i"=incomplete, "p"=pending, "s"=scheduled. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="ORC",GMTSTITL="ORDERS CURRENT" D ENCWA^GMTS
GMTS CVP action This component contains information from the MAS scheduling module. Time and occurrence limits apply to this component. Data presented include: past clinic visits, dates, and a visit status (e.g., NO SHOW, INPATIENT VISIT). Note: Cancellations are not shown. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="CVP",GMTSTITL="CLINIC VISITS PAST" D ENCWA^GMTS
Among alternatives to bitcoin, this one stands out as a real-time global settlement network that allows instant and low-cost international payments. It is based on a public ledger and is the third largest cryptocurrency. Additionally, it doesn’t require mining, unlike other bitcoin and altcoins. The creators of ripple plan to make use of the digital currency for other deals and transactions. It’s designed to be used by financial organizations and validates transactions by using a consensus process. Unlike other currencies, it isn’t completely decentralized and is managed/validated by a company. Fortunately for businesses, it is faster than bitcoin’s network. Today, its market cap ranks at half of Ethereum and quarter of bitcoin.