OR GUA DC GENERIC ORDERS NOTASK	action		This protocol will discontinue all generic orders for a patient when the patient is discharged. The protocol should be set up as an item on the DGPM MOVEMENT EVENTS protocol. It will check to see if the movement is a discharge and then discontinue all generic orders (orders created by the Order Entry/Results Reporting package itself). The DC process is done interactively, which may sometimes result in a wait. If this protocol is placed before the ORU PATIENT MOVMT protocol in the item multiple of the DGPM MOVEMENT EVENTS protocol, the review screen will reflect active orders AFTER the generic orders are DC'd.	Q:$G(DGPMT)'=3 D EN^ORMEVNT	

RA REG event driver This protocol is triggered whenever a Radiology/Nuclear Medicine exam is registered. It executes code that creates an HL7 ORM message consisting of PID, ORC, OBR and OBX segments. The message contains all relevant information about the exam, including procedure, time of registration, procedure modifiers, patient allergies, and clinical history. Q
Following Mart Green's contribution, the university's debt was reduced to $25 million. In February 2008, the Renewing the Vision campaign was initiated in an effort to erase this debt. To free the university from its burgeoning debt, the Board of Trustees announced plans for a $25 million matching campaign,[46] in which the Board agreed that it would match dollar-for-dollar all that was donated to the university as part of the Renewing the Vision campaign, up to a maximum of $25 million. ORU Interim President Ralph Fagin stated, "The goal is in one year to get the debt down. It is a pretty audacious goal. It is a faith goal."[46] In addition to eliminating the debt, funds from the Renewing the Vision campaign contributed to the 2008 summer campus renovations as well as scholarships provided by the university.[46] As of June 3, 2009, donations and pledges had reduced the university's original $50 million debt to $720,000.[47]
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PSJU OR PAT PR action This allows a user to print to any device a profile (list) of a patient's Unit Dose orders for the patient's current or last (if patient has been discharged) admission. If the user's terminal is selected as the printing device, this option will allow the user to select any of the printed orders to be shown in complete detail, including the activity logs, if any. This protocol assumes that a patient has already been selected. D ENOR^PSGPR

All students are required to sign a pledge stating they will live according to the university's honor code. Prohibited activities include lying, cursing, smoking, drinking, and a range of sexual acts including homosexual behavior and sex outside marriage.[62] In early 2003, the student dress code was relaxed for the first time in 40 years and described as business casual. For most of the school's history, men were required to wear collared shirts and ties, while women were required to wear skirts (an exception for winter months was added in 2000). In 2006, campus-wide dress code rules were eased further, allowing students to wear jeans to class and dress more casually in non-academic settings. Since 2009, men are allowed to have neatly trimmed facial hair. Restrictions on men concerning hair length were relaxed in 2013.[63][64]
To design and fabricate the next generation of quantum processors, the AQuES team will leverage the superconducting circuit facility in UC Berkeley’s Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory while incorporating the expertise of researchers in Berkeley Lab’s Accelerator Technology and Applied Physics, Materials Science and Engineering divisions. The research teams will also use the unique capabilities of two DOE facilities; the Molecular Foundry and National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), both located at Berkeley Lab.
PSB BCBU ORM RECV subscriber This is an HL7 subscriber protocol for routing messages to BCMA BACKUP workstations. It is configured as a "router" so there will not be a logical link defined. The Routing Logic field is simply a Mumps 'Quit' since the HLL("LINKS") array is set up by the sending application before the call to HL7. Messages are routed to logical links based on their association with Medical Center Divisions (40.8) in the Parameter File.
PSJU LM PL action The Pick List is used by pharmacy when filling medication carts. The list is sorted by administering team, ward, room-bed, and then patient. The site may define ward groups and generate the pick list by these groups to match site-specific filling practices. The pick list will calculate the units needed to be dispensed for selected patients' orders over a selected date range. N VAIN,VADM D FULL^VALM1,^PSGPL S VALMBCK="R"
You understand that the ORU MARKET was specifically created to offer its members the tools to succeed and prosper in areas of transactions, trade, communications, social activity and marketing and that by giving back the majority of what it takes in, the ORU MARKET encourages all members to live a better life and to grow and stimulate the communities in which they live, play and work.
Periscope is popular as a live web video broadcasting platform that supports all popular mobile devices. This Twitter owned application has creating great market value within very less time and today it is competing against Meerkat with all potential feature updates. It allows users to get connected with ease and they can immediately start sharing interesting broadcasts. All broadcasts can be accompanied with instant notifications and viewers can update comments when they like a new update. The best feature of Periscope is those lovely hearts that viewers can update to broadcasts when they like. These hearts are same as the like button on Facebook platform. In case if you have missed any update on your account then Periscope allows easy replay options. It is also possible to rate content as private or public so that only desired viewers can watch it.
The process for a Sunset Review will be similar to a program review, except that a document similar to an application for establishing a new ORU should be submitted (see above). The application should address all criteria for establishing and continuing ORUs and include 1) a progress report for its achievements over the past 15 years (or since it has been in existence), 2) contributions the ORU has made to research, graduate and undergraduate education and public service, 3) new visions, goals, and prospects and 4) the consequences if the ORU were not continued. Other evidence of Value Added should also be included. The proposal should explain whether the ORU proposes to continue unchanged in the future, or if its plans change, what they will be and what they will accomplish, and how leadership continuation or change will be managed. The application should be submitted to the Office of Research by September 1st of the academic year of the Sunset Review.

ORUs normally carry the designation "Institute" or "Center," but other titles may be employed in particular situations. An ORU that covers a broad research area may in turn contain other more specialized units; for instance, an Institute may comprise several Centers, or a Station may comprise several Facilities. It is recognized that some long-established units have designations that do not conform to the definitions that follow; however, insofar as possible, designations of new units shall be taken from those defined below with the approval of the VCR.


GMTS TP action This component lists treatments provided that are not covered in the IDC-9-CM procedures for a particular patient for user specified time and occurrence limits. Some example of treatment types include nursing activities such as ear irrigation, dental care instructions, or preventive health care counseling. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="TP",GMTSTITL="Treatments Provided" D ENCWA^GMTS
GMRCURGENCY - INPATIENT protocol menu This menu is not actually used by the Consult/Request Tracking Package. It serves here as a guideline for the urgencies the OE/RR Task Force recommends for Consults and Requests. Please review this list and set up the appropriate entries for your site in the GMRCURGENCYM CSLT (and REQ) - INPATIENT protocol menus. This is the Urgency of Consult selection items recommended for use with Inpatient patients. S XQORM("A")="URGENCY: ",XQORM(0)="1A",XQORM("B")="Within 72 hours",XQORFLG("SH")=0 K XQORQUIT,XQORPOP S GMRCU=X
LA7 LAB RESULTS TO HDR (SUB) subscriber This protocol should be attached to the HL7 event protocol LA7 LAB RESULTS AVAILABLE (EVN). See this protocol for further information. This subscriber protocol is used by the Laboratory package to indicate to the HL package to send laboratory results to the VA Health Data Repository (HDR). It utilizes the "Router" Subscriber Protocol supported by the VistA HL package. The routing logic uses the value of the parameter passed into the router to determine which Laboratory package subscript should be sent to the HDR. The following subscripts are supported by the event: "CH", "MI", "SP", "CY", "EM". Examples: ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "CH" subscript. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("MI;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "MI" subscript. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;MI;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "CH", and "MI" subscripts. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;MI;SP;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "CH", "MI", and "SP" subscripts. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;MI;SP;CY;EM;") will send to HDR results associated with all Laboratory subscripts currently supported. Note: The order of the subscripts listed in the input parameter is not significant. Separating the subscripts using the ";" character is significant.
Promising but not yet ready for an ORU application. White papers in this category represent groups that have made substantial progress towards an ORU but further development in specific areas is still necessary (e.g., obtaining a center-scale grant). The Office of Research will work with these groups to provide support to help them achieve these goals. A specific agreement with the proposing group detailing milestones to be met will be developed,and funding will be provided for at most 3 years, subject to satisfactory progress. During this time the group will have the designation Provisional ORU (prORU). At the end of this period, if the milestones are accomplished a prORU may submit an application for ORU status. If they are not, then prORU designation and further funding will be terminated.
As it’s a hard-fork of Bitcoin, every person who had bitcoins on 1st August, now also has the same amount of bitcoin cash. Well, that’s a pretty handsome treasure seeing the current price and expecting its growth in near future. In a month of its birth, the value of 1 BCH rose near to 1k USD but due to high volatility, it’s high price didn’t took time to fall down.
The campus was built beginning in 1963 with a noted futuristic look and architecture. Architects Stanfield, Imel & Walton of Tulsa designed the 1963 master plan but most of the buildings were designed by Tulsa architect Frank Wallace.[66] Interviewed in 2010, Wallace characterized his ORU buildings as "sculptures", noting that an inspiration for his artistic sensibility was "whittling since I was a kid".[67] It has also been suggested that the buildings may have been inspired by Tulsa's art deco architectural heritage[68][69] along with Bruce Goff's individualistic style and creative use of new materials.[70] By 2007 the campus was described as "a perfect representation of the popular modernistic architecture of the time... the set of The Jetsons" but also "shabby" and "dated, like Disney's Tomorrowland."[24][32][71] Maintenance of the many unique but aging buildings, structures and architectural details on campus was cited as a growing problem for the university.[72] In 2008, $10 million was set aside from Green family donations for long deferred maintenance on many campus buildings, along with the prayer tower. Another $10 million was donated by the Green family and budgeted for work during the summer of 2009.[73]

BitShares [BTS] is an Ethereum-like cryptocurrency that features Smart Contracts unlike Bitcoin. However, it offers much more features than just smart contracts, e.g., BitAssets, DEX (Decentralized Exchange) like BitConnect, etc. BitAssets are smart currencies, e.g., BitUSD is backed by value of 1 USD, i.e., it’s digital coin for the value of a real commodity.

Everything from photos and messages to mobile phone numbers of everyone in your phone. They also have all your text messages you’ve made on your cell phone! It’s crazy how much they have. And with the recent Facebookl CA scandal, people are now looking for alternatives to Facebook where privacy is respected and private information is never shared or sold to other companies or organisations.
On April 15, 2009, a $1 million donation was made to the school's Whole Person Scholarship fund by Chairman of the Armand Hammer Foundation and university trustee Michael Armand Hammer, son of Julian Armand Hammer and grandson of the late industrialist Armand Hammer.[48] Hammer's donation will be matched twice and, in the end, will amount to a $4 million donation to the university. The donation will contribute to a new scholarship initiative that seeks to find potential students who are well-rounded and already exhibit the characteristics of a person who is spiritually alive, intellectually alert, physically disciplined, and socially adept. The Whole Person Scholarship provides scholarships that vary from full-tuition down to $2,500 to students who meet the aforementioned criteria.[49]
Charles Hoskinson, one of the co-founders of ethereum, launched cardano in September of 2017. For supporters of this digital currency, ADA offers all of the benefits of ethereum, as well as many others. Cardano offers a platform for Dapps and smart contracts, like ethereum before it. Beyond that, ADA aims to solve some of the most pressing problems plaguing cryptocurrencies everywhere, including interoperability and scalability. Cardano also hopes to tackle issues related to international payments, which are typically both timely and expensive. Thanks to its focus on this area, ADA was able to take international payment processing times from days down to just seconds. As of October 5, 2018, cardano had a market cap of $2.12 billion and a per token value of $0.081.
Zcash, a decentralized and open-source cryptocurrency launched in the latter part of 2016, looks promising. “If bitcoin is like http for money, zcash is https," is one analogy zcash uses to define itself. Zcash offers privacy and selective transparency of transactions. Thus, like https, zcash claims to provide extra security or privacy where all transactions are recorded and published on a blockchain, but details such as the sender, recipient, and amount remain private. Zcash offers its users the choice of “shielded” transactions, which allow for content to be encrypted using advanced cryptographic technique or zero-knowledge proof construction called a zk-SNARK developed by its team. As of October 5, 2018, Zcash had a market cap of $633.64 million and a value per token of $128.08.
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.
WII ADD ENTRY action This protocol is a list manager action item located on the WII REVIEW ADT EVENTS option. Its function allows users to manually add an entry into the WII ADMISSIONS DISCHARGES file (#987.5) in the case that an admission or discharge did not get collected by the weekly back ground job (WII BUILD ADT EVENTS). D ADD^WIILM02 S VALMBCK="R" D CLEAN^VALM10,INIT^WIILM
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
A typical chapel service features contemporary worship, a missions offering, special music, and a sermon, typically from the President of the University, Dr. William Wilson, as well as special guests, including some of the world's biggest and most well-known pastors, evangelists, and spiritual leaders. Attendance at Chapel is mandatory and attendance is taken by student leadership.[62]
Everything has its pros and cons and so does Facebook. While Facebook has become a part of our lives and it is loved by millions, it has got its share of criticisms. It has been panned across the globe for its ever changing privacy settings, which gives Facebook total control over the information that we provide on our accounts. If you are in mood for a surprise, just compare the privacy disclaimers of Facebook from its past to present to know the difference. Facebook’s experiments with the News Feed has also not gone down too well with users. The company’s Internet.org initiative has also made sure to irk net neutrality enthusiasts. To sum it up, these are good enough reasons to need Facebook alternatives.
Monero is a secure, private and untraceable currency. This open-source cryptocurrency was launched in April 2014 and soon spiked great interest among the cryptography community and enthusiasts. The development of this cryptocurrency is completely donation-based and community-driven. Monero has been launched with a strong focus on decentralization and scalability, and it enables complete privacy by using a special technique called “ring signatures.” With this technique, there appears a group of cryptographic signatures including at least one real participant, but since they all appear valid, the real one cannot be isolated. Because of exceptional security mechanisms like this, monero has developed something of an unsavory reputation; it has been linked to criminal operations around the world. Nonetheless, whether it is used for good or ill, there’s no denying that monero has introduced important technological advances to the cryptocurrency space. As of July 19, 2018, Monero had a market cap of $2.31 billion and a per token value of $142.21.
The app also enables group conversations and hosts public discussion forums. This lets you run polls and get even more advice on whatever part of motherhood you want help with, from understanding your new baby's sleeping patterns to picking the best school for your tot. You can also schedule events through Peanut, arranging to hang out with your new friends in person.
Ellis Melvin Roberts Hall is a seven-story building also built in 1967 that can house up to 600 men.[74] Called "EMR" by campus residents, this dormitory is similar to Claudius Priscilla Roberts Hall but has some differences, notably walls made of concrete blocks rather than sheetrock, two elevators instead of one and laundry facilities located in the basement instead of every floor. According to the university, these two tri-winged buildings are meant to reflect the Trinity.[75]
PXCE ADD/EDIT DISPLAY DETAIL action This action allows you to expand the display to include all available information related to the encounter, including the encounter date and time, the patient name, the hospital location and the workload credit stop. S VALMBG=1,PXCEAEVW="D" D BUILD^PXCEAE1(PXCEVIEN,PXCEAEVW,"^TMP(""PXCEAE"",$J)","^TMP(""PXCEAEIX"",$J)") D DONE^PXCE
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