RA TALKLINK ORU subscriber This protocol is used in conjunction with the RA RPT 2.3 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 SUBSCRIBERS multiple field of the RA RPT 2.3 protocol if this messaging scenario 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

XOBU TERMINATE JOBS UTILITY MENU menu This general purpose tool helps sites terminate Cache jobs in a specified state and routine. The immediate use for the utility is help sites terminate socket connections for VistALink and Broker. It would be used during VistALink and Broker upgrades to safely terminate connection jobs in a 'READ' state. It is up to these applications to supply the necessary option that accesses this utility. They must specific the job selection criteria to the utility before the utility can display the jobs that meet the criteria. For example, for VistALink the code that executes the utility is the following: VL ; -- entry point for VistALink socket job cleanup NEW XOBSEL DO VLSEL(.XOBSEL) DO EN^XOBUZAP(.XOBSEL) QUIT ; VLSEL(XOBSEL) ; -- setup VistALink connection socket job selection ; criteria ; -- routine name the job should be executing SET XOBSEL("ROUTINE")="XOBVSKT" ; -- state the routine should be in ; A list of valid jobs sates can be found at STATE^XOBUZAP / 5 = READ SET XOBSEL("STATE")=5 ; -- optional title to be used by ListManager SET XOBSEL("TITLE")="VL/J2M Connection Terminator" QUIT ; Cluster Note: The utility must be run in the namespace on each box in a cluster.

For the past few years, researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have been exploring a drastically different kind of computing architecture based on quantum mechanics to solve some of science’s hardest problems. With Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) funding, they’ve developed quantum chemistry and optimization algorithms, as well as prototype superconducting quantum processors. Recently, they proved the viability of their work by using these algorithms on a quantum processor comprising two superconducting transmon quantum bits to successfully solve the chemical problem of calculating the complete energy spectrum of a hydrogen molecule.
Peanut helps mothers connect with other moms. This lets users find emotional support, swap stories, listen to advice, or just get out of the house once in a while. You do need an existing account on either Facebook or with Google's Gmail service in order to use Peanut though, and it's only accessible through an app, as it lacks a strong web presence.
One of Facebook's most useful features isn't the main app itself, but its spinoff app Messenger. But while Messenger makes it easy to chat with Facebook friends, it's also confusing and riddled with unnecessary clutter. If you're looking for a clean and easy-to-use messaging app, try Signal. It's a free, end-to-end encrypted messaging service, approved by security researchers, that sticks to the basics. There are no animated stickers or fancy chat bots, but Signal does an excellent job of keeping you securely connected to your friends and family.

LA7 LAB RESULTS AVAILABLE (EVN) event driver A VistA Laboratory package HL7 ORU result message is created and sent by the HL package for transmission to any subscribers of event protocol LA7 LAB RESULTS AVAILABLE (EVN). It provides the capability for the generation of a Laboratory HL7 ORU message containing patient laboratory results to subscribers of the HL7 event protocol LA7 LAB RESULTS AVAILABLE (EVN) as these results are made available within the Laboratory package. The following subscripts are supported by the event: "CH", "MI", "SP", "CY", "EM".
Earlier this week, Facebook announced it was shuttering a triumvirate of apps, including one called tbh. By way of a quick recap, tbh was an anonymous teen social networking app that had built a user base of around 5 million before the deep-pocketed Facebook snapped it up for a reported $100 million last October. Despite promises to keep the app alive, Facebook killed it just nine months later.
TIUFH ACTION JUMP TO DDEF action User selects any Document Definition in the Clinical Document Hierarchy and action expands the display to include the selected entry. Users cannot jump to Orphans or Objects since they do not belong to the hierarchy. Users cannot jump to Shared Components since they may occur more than once in the hierarchy. This is a quick way to get several layers deep into the hierarchy in one step. D EXPDEF^TIUFH1(1)
HMP ADT-A04 CLIENT	subscriber		This client protocol is used to process HL7 ADT/A04 messages published by the VAFC ADT-A04 SERVER protocol. The client causes a HMP 'freshness' event for each new patient registration that occurs. This is especially important for new patients, as it is the only MAS event mechanism available that can be used to discover new patient entries. Note: The ROUTING LOGIC does not send any HL7 messages. As mentioned above, It adds a HMP (Health Management Platform) 'freshness' event.		

PXCE INTERVIEW action This action allows you to go through the interview questions for an encounters. You may also edit additional information such as provider, diagnosis, and procedure. You may also select an encounter to update by entering the number associated with the item at the "Select Item(s)" prompt or by using the Update Encounter. D INTRVIEW^PXCEINTR D MAKELIST^PXCENEW,DONE^PXCE
Although Litecoin doesn’t have the same potential as Ethereum in terms of building new transaction platforms, as one of the longest-running cryptocurrencies (created in 2011) it’s an established altcoin with great name-recognition. It’s one of the top-10 cryptocurrencies by market cap and has a larger trading volume than all but bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

Some of the earliest criticisms of the Word of Faith movement came from ORU faculty members including Professor Charles Farah and one of his students, Daniel Ray McConnell. McConnell submitted a PhD thesis to the university detailing his assertion that the teachings of the movement are heretical. This was later published as A Different Gospel in 1988.[80]
TIU BROWSE MENU LINK menu Allows authorized users to (re)-link single documents to either problems, a different patient/visit if current patient/visit is incorrect, or a record in another VistA application (for example, a Consult Result may be linked to a Consult Request, a Patient Record Flag Document to a Flag, and so on). Such associations permit a variety of clinically useful "views" of the on-line record. S XQORM(0)="AD",XQORM("??")="D LINKHELP^TIUHELP",VALMBCK="" K TIUCHNG

It depends on your definition of time drain–I would classify mindless scrolling as a time drain, but meaningful engagement as a potentially valuable use of time. Up to a point of course, which is where the political debate bit comes in–it’s fine to talk about divisive topics, but the combination of filter bubbles and personal distance can create a pretty toxic swirl of controversy.

NextDoor: One of the curiosities of the social media age is how we can be so well-connected with people on the other side of the world, yet still not know our next door neighbors. A network designed for building and strengthening communities, NextDoor connects people within geographic neighborhoods, helping them talk about things that are important to the places where they live. Part Craigslist (with a classified section), part Yelp (where users can recommend local businesses), and part Facebook (with neighbors able to post updates and comments on other people’s posts), NextDoor pulls the seemingly invisible layer of social interaction out of the web and lays it onto the real world. Also, there’s some really catty online neighbor spats on this forum that you’re totally missing out on.
Users can also branch out to nearby neighbourhoods and create public and private sub-groups. It is used to primarily enforce neighbourhood rules and guidelines, as well as help others. While it isn’t exactly an alternative social networking site to Facebook, it connects people in real-life communities. It may be the right choice if privacy is a big concern.

In 1981, the City of Faith Medical and Research Center opened. The buildings are south of the ORU campus, and were originally built as a 60-story clinic, a 30-story hospital, and a 20-story research center. The original tenants left in 1989 because of financial problems and a lack of demand for medical services. As of 2007, some floors (in the 20-story building) have never been leased. The facility is now mostly leased out as commercial office space under the name CityPlex Towers. A 60 ft (18.2 m), 30 ton bronze sculpture Praying Hands, by sculptor Leonard McMurray (cast in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico in 1980) and originally in front of the towers, was moved to the ORU campus entrance in the summer of 1991.[77]

GMPL MENU VIEW LIST action This action allows the user to toggle between displaying the sequence numbers assigned to each category for ordering, or the display numbers only. S GMPLMODE=$S(GMPLMODE="E":"I",1:"E"),VALMBCK="R",VALMSG=$$MSG^GMPLX W !,"Rebuilding selection list display to"_$S(GMPLMODE="E":" not",1:"")_" show sequence numbers ..." D BUILD^GMPLBLD("^TMP(""GMPLIST"",$J)",GMPLMODE)

This is one of the oldest Facebook alternatives out there and also one of the most unique in terms of its setup. Rather than being owned by a single company, the open-source Diaspora software can be run by anyone who wants to set up a server. Users can choose which “pod” they want their account information to be stored on and set up an account there. Once their data is on that server, they can interact with any other user on the network, regardless of host location.


In January 2009, it was reported that ORU had selected a new president: Mark Rutland, president of Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida.[50] On January 14, Rutland confirmed that he had been offered the position, and intended to accept it.[51] Rutland was formally announced as the new president on January 28, 2009.[52] He officially took office on July 1, 2009.[18]
An Instagram account only takes a few seconds to set up and can be deleted just as quickly – provided you know how. The function to delete the Instagram account is not so easy to find. We show you how to permanently remove all your images and videos from the web as well as social signs and comments on your content. Alternatively, Instagram also offers the option to temporarily disable your...
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