But crypto investors have been on edge in recent weeks. Bitcoin fell below $6,000 earlier this month for the first time since February, leaving many to wonder if the crypto phase had indeed ended. The coin bounced back only a few days later. Still, bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is nowhere near its December peak when it was priced around $19,500.
PSJ LM 14D MAR action This allows the user to print a selected patient's medication orders on a Medication Administration Record (MAR) for the charting of the administration of the orders over a 14 day period. It is designed to replace the manual Continuing Medication Record (CMR). This protocol assumes that a patient has already been selected. N VADM,VAIN S PSGMARDF=14 D FULL^VALM1,ENLM^PSGMMAR S VALMBCK="R"
RG ADT OUTPATIENT ENCOUNTER DRIVER extended action The addition of the RG ADT OUTPATIENT ENCOUNTER DRIVER protocol will allow the tracking of patient information during clinic checkout events initiated by the Scheduling (PIMS) module. This protocol builds HL7 messages that update the TREATING FACILITY LIST (#391.91) file, tracking the DATE LAST TREATED (#.03) and ADT/HL7 EVENT REASON (#.07) fields for a particular patient at a given facility. S RGSD101="" D EN^RGADT1 K RGSD101
Path is a way to privately message and share updates with your closest friends and family.  According to its website, Path was inspired by Professor Robin Dunbar of Oxford University, whose research shows that people tend to have 5 best friends, 15 good friends, 50 close friends and family, and 150 total friends.  As a result, users are only allowed to share updates – including photos, messages, locations, videos and more – with only 150 people.
Full disclaimer, though: Path has experienced privacy issues in the past, leading to admissions of collecting and storing data of minors and the payment of $800,000 in fines to the FTC. Moving forward, the company has vowed to learn from their errors and ensure more stringent privacy protection, including no longer storing users’ personal data on their servers. They’ll also be subjected to regular checkups on privacy policy every two years for the next twenty years.

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
TIU ACTION COMPLETE DOCUMENTS action Allows clinicians to electronically sign selected documents or addenda. NOTE: Electronic signature carries the same legal ramifications that wet signature of a hard-copy document carries. You are advised to carefully review each document for content and accuracy before exercising this option. D FULL^VALM1,ELSIG^TIURS1
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PSJI LM LBLR action This option allows the user to reprint IV labels which failed to print during the running of the Scheduled Labels (IV) option (PSJI LBLS). This option may not be used to reprint labels for dates and IV type which printing has not been attempted through the Scheduled Labels (IV) option. Labels prepared with this option will only be counted as usage if they were not added during the running of Scheduled Labels. N VAIN,VADM D FULL^VALM1,^PSIVRP K I1 S VALMBCK="R"
OruMesh(Acyclic Mesh) is the first of its kind to introduce Distributed Ledger Protocol that goes beyond block chain through its Browser Based Mobile friendly core invention AMesh(Acyclic Mesh). A Mesh is a design that attempts to be highly decentralized by merging the concepts of transactions and blocks and making each user that transact a miner. Each transaction carries a proof of work and references one or more previous transactions. The resulting authenticated data structure is a Direct Acyclic Graph (DAG) of transactions where each transaction “confirms” one or more previous transactions. The confirmation security of a transaction is measured /present A Mesh design, solve the double spend problem and show several optimizations to aid for an efficient implementation.
According to sources at the company, the app currently has around 22 million users (Figures accurate as of April 2017). The platform is growing, collecting big investments and extending its functions and features on a regular basis. Its basic idea is the same as Instagram’s: EyeEm is a platform made for sharing photos. Snapshots and professional images can be uploaded and then shared with the community on EyeEm and other linked networks – with a range of different filters and editing tools to add that extra star quality.
Path is a good Facebook alternative for users who care less about a large community and instead place far more value on having a selective friendship group to keep in contact with. At first, the number of friends per profile on the platform was actually limited to 150 contacts (though this has since been lifted). The app is available for iOS and Android.

GMTS TR action This component contains information extracted from the MAS package. Time and occurrence limits apply to this component. Data presented include: transfer date, type, destination, and provider (when available). Note: The occurrence limits are determined by the occurrence of admissions. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="TR",GMTSTITL="TRANSFERS" D ENCWA^GMTS
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.
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