Facebook has been and remains the undisputed king of the social network market. Granted, in some regions of the world, like Russia or China for example, there is a more level playing field with the success of popular alternatives to Facebook who take an equal market share. But for the most part, Facebook is the worldwide leader when it comes to social interaction online. If you’re using the platform, you’ve got no choice but to accept the network’s settings on privacy and data protection and live with them. If you don’t want to do this, then you’ll have to find a good and conservative alternative to Facebook – and either convince all of your friends, family, colleagues, and acquaintances to join you, or be prepared for the fact that your online friendship circle will be significantly reduced (to begin with at least).
PSO BPS MED PROF MENU menu This is the menu protocol for the Patient Medication Profile screen when coming from the ECME User Screen. This is from the OPECC Reject Information screen on the ECME user screen. The OPECC is not allowed to have access to the normal Patient Medication Profile screen actions so this simplified menu protocol was created.
Agree, let the new improved FB (Not) be social, sharing and about personal profiles, buy, sell, trade sites, chat capable, friend and unfriend, one simple abide by policy … Respect and have a report abuse button. Allow ads of course but actually have them by edit/choice. Personal Info not sold or shared to outside sources. This is doable but common sense suggests this may require a forty or fifty dollar per year membership just to keep it safe, honest and with less corruption. Any clean wide spread social network service will have basic expenses and would be well worth a small fee. Besides, a few bucks a year is enough to keep young children and most unworthies away! 😉
TIUFC ACTION NEXT LEVEL action The user's current position in the Hierarchy is marked by the bolded entry. Action permits user to navigate down the Hierarchy by selecting an item under the highlighted entry. The selected item becomes the new current position. Note that Next Level differs from Expand/Collapse. Although both actions do expand the selected entry, Next Level also changes the user's current position in the hierarchy and limits future expansion to items of that entry. D NEXT^TIUFC
The subscriber usage data is the bread and butter of social networks like Facebook. Vero is an option in this case as it’s based on the subscription model; so, it doesn’t show ads and collect data for the same. This fast-growing social media alternative is only app-based. They do collect your usage stats but make it available to you only to monitor how often you use the service. However, this option is turned off by default.
GMPL LIST SELECT ITEM action This action will allow selection of a problem listed in the displayed menu, to be added to the current patient's problem list. The same prompts will be stepped through for each problem selected as if it had been entered through the regular 'Add' action. If the item selected is a category heading, the list will be expanded to include all the problems included in that category for selection. D ITEM^GMPLMENU D CK^GMPLMENU
GMPL VIEW RESTORE action This action will replace the currently specified view with the user's pre-defined preferred view. S X=$$VIEW^GMPLX1(DUZ) W:'$L(X) !,"You have no preferred view defined.",! Q:'$L(X) S:X'=GMPLVIEW("VIEW") GMPREBLD=1,GMPLVIEW("VIEW")=X K X S:GMPLVIEW("PROV") GMPLVIEW("PROV")=0,GMPREBLD=1 S:GMPLVIEW("ACT")'="A" GMPLVIEW("ACT")="A",GMPREBLD=1
Multicampus Research Units (MRUs) and Multicampus Research Programs and Initiatives (MRPIs): MRUs and MRPIs are UC system designations. They provide stimulus and cohesion for thematic topics important to UC and California and serve as a resource for the UC system. Policies and procedures for MRUs, may be found at http://ucop.edu/research-initiatives/programs/mrpi/index.html.
GitHub is a network for programmers, where developers can take help to develop their projects better. It provides tools for your programming needs along with codes you can fork for your own project. You can also choose to not make your code public but that requires a paid subscription. There’s also issue tracking, code reviews and more. If you would like to use something other than GitHub, there are a number of good alternatives.
And as for data, that’s another issue that we can never be 100% sure about. Most of the networks above are privacy-focused, but pretty much any service out there can claim that they don’t harvest data. Since your data is an infinitely copyable resource, though, as long as they can disguise their activity you would never know you’ve lost anything. Blockchain-based social media is already getting off the ground, though, so that might successfully give individuals control over their data in the future.
RA TCP ORU subscriber This protocol is used in conjunction with the RA RPT event point protocol. The HL7 package uses this protocol to send rad/nuc med report (ORU) messages to TCP/IP recipients. This protocol should be entered in the ITEM multiple field of the RA RPT protocol if this messaging scenerio is used in a facility. This is part of the file set-up to enable message flow when a rad/nuc med report is verified. Q Q
DG FIELD MONITOR extended action This protocol is an event point which monitors the editing of fields in DG* application files. At the time of this event point, the following variables will be present in the environment: Variable Description -------- ----------------------------------------------- DGDA DA array as exists during Fileman editing DGFILE File or subfile number where changed field resides DGFIELD Number of changed field DGTYPE Type of cross reference action (ADD, DELETE or UPDATE) DGDTH Date/time of change in $Horolog format DGUSER DUZ of user that made the change DGOPT Current menu option in "option_name^menu_text" format DGX X array as documented for Fileman new style x-refs DGX1 X1 array as documented for Fileman new style x-refs DGX2 X2 array as documented for Fileman new style x-refs This protocol is triggered by "listener" cross references on selected fields. By employing logic such as "If DGFILE=2, DGFIELD=.361, DGTYPE="ADD", then...", subscribers to this protocol may take action based on edit activity which involves those fields. This event point is designed to occur only once per field editing activity. The DGTYPE variable can be interpreted as follows: o ADD transactions indicate that data has been added to a field that was previously null. The DGX, DGX1 and DGX2 arrays will contain the Fileman X, X1 and X2 arrays (respectively) as documented for the execution of 'SET' logic. o DELETE transactions indicate that previously existing data has been deleted without being replaced. The DGX, DGX1 and DGX2 arrays will contain the Fileman X, X1 and X2 arrays (respectively) as documented for the execution of 'KILL' logic. o UPDATE transactions indicate that existing data has been deleted and new data has been filed. The DGX, DGX1 and DGX2 arrays will contain the Fileman X, X1 and X2 arrays (respectively) as documented for the execution of 'SET' logic. The naming convention used for these 'new style' cross-references for this Patch are as follows: 1. All names will begin with the letter "A" to denote a non-lookup MUMPS cross-reference. 2. The next characters identify the name space (i.e. Registration ="DG"). 3. The next two characters identify the field monitor utility ("FM"). 4. The next character will be "D" if the field contains a decimal. If there is no decimal, there will not be a "D" character. 5. The next characters identify the field number. The establishment of this naming convention is intended to assist with the easy identification of the field monitoring utility as implemented across multiple field definitions. It should be followed as additional instances of this utility are distributed.
TIU BROWSE ACTION ID NOTE action This option permits the user to add a new entry to an interdisciplinary note or to detach an entry from an interdisciplinary note. The other ID action, attaching a stand-alone note to an interdisciplinary note, may not be executed from the browse, it must be done from the review screen. The action taken depends on the note currently browsed. If the browsed note is an interdisciplinary note, the option attempts to add a new entry to it. If the browsed note is an individual entry of an interdisciplinary note, the option attempts to detach the entry from the interdisciplinary note. D IDNOTEB^TIUGR1(TIUDA)
GMTS SR action This component contains information from the Surgery package. Time and maximum occurrence limits apply. Data presented include: surgery date, surgeon, surgery report status, pre-operative diagnosis, post-operative diagnosis, surgeon's dictation, current procedural terminology operation code and text. Only surgery reports which have been verified are reported. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="SR",GMTSTITL="SURGERY REPORTS" D ENCWA^GMTS
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.
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