The founders of the company believe that the core characteristics initially identified with the creation of DHMS
still resonate today through the companies highly motivated and innovative culture.
If the evidence is there, it's well-nigh impossible for the medical scheme to say this will not be paid for,' he said, adding that DHMS
had paid for 60 such cases so far.
Our methodology is the same as that used in DHMS for the AUD, and the empirical results should be seen as complementing the judgements put forward in Bowden (2000), Grimes (2000), Hartley (2001) and others, as to whether New Zealand should adopt a common currency with the USD or not.
But if additionally, one needs an appreciation of the outcomes from a fuller range of potential economic shocks to the New Zealand economy, then stochastic simulations of the type undertaken by DHMS for the Australian counterfactual would have to be carried out.
DHMS refer to the key factor behind currency union in Europe being the desire for tighter political union, and the driving forces in Latin America being dissatisfaction with floating exchange rates and a lack of monetary and inflationary control.
5) Note that, as was the case in the DHMS research, any microeconomic gains of a common currency are not included in this analysis.
Fulcrum says it will help DHMS
PEO set up a second military health IT testing infrastructure at the Naval Sea Systems Command Allegany Ballistics Laboratory in west Virginia.
A DHMS merges digitized data, including speech, sound, video, graphics and text, with the physical dynamics of the workplace.
In addition, the DHMS supports spatial and eye tracking technology and video capture/processing.
The DHMS literally puts computing on the move, allowing operators to do hands-on work in any location," said George Cone, president of Virtual Vision.