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DOIDivision of Interest
DOIDigital Object Identifier
DOIDepartment of the Interior (US)
DOIDirection of Investment
DOIDepartment Of Insurance
DOIDivision of Insurance
DOIDivision of Instruction (various locations)
DOIDate of Incorporation
DOIDivision of Information (Australian National University)
DOIDepth of Inheritance (metric)
DOIDomain Of Interpretation
DOIDeclaration of Independence
DOIDefinition of Insanity
DOIDirectorate of Instruction
DOIDistinctness of Image
DOIDouble Opt In (email)
DOIDischarge of Indebtedness
DOIData Overrun Interrupt
DOIDepartment of Infrastructure (Australia)
DOIDays of Inventory
DOIDate of Injury
DOIDeclaration of Intent (legal)
DOIDied Of Injuries
DOIDate of Issuance
DOIDegree of Interference
DOIDigital Opportunity Initiative
DOI2,5-Dimethoxy-4-Iodoamphetamine (hallucinogenic drug)
DOIDate of Introduction
DOIDepartment of Intelligence
DOIDiagramme Objet Interaction (French: Object Interaction Diagram)
DOIDate of Invoice
DOIDigital Orthorectified Imagery
DOIDocument-Oriented Interface (computing)
DOIDescent Orbit Insertion
DOIDaughters of Iraq (female security program; est. 2008)
DOIDate of Image
DOIDepartment of Institutions (Colorado)
DOIDry Operating Index
DOIDeath On Impact
DOIDetachment Operating Instruction
DOIDaily Operating Instruction
DOIDiffusion of Innovations
DOIDefense Operating Instruction(s)
DOIDSSCS (Defense Special Security Communications System) Operating Instructions (US DoD)
DOIDay of Install
DOIDivisional Operating Income
DOIDescription, Operation & Installation
DOIDepartment of Investigation
DOIDrawing Office Instructions (post design modification)
DOIDepth of Invasion
DOIDirector of Intelligence
DOIDuration of Immunity (veterinary microbiology)
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In sum, the shift in interest over excess loss claims from forensic (closed claim) studies to early identification (e.g., at 60 days from the date of injury) has changed dramatically due to analytics.
Standard patient demographic information was reviewed, including: age, date of injury, fracture morphology, fracture level, treatment, neurologic status, and final follow up data.
The size of the mass had increased progressively from the date of injury. Physical examination disclosed the mass as omentum covering few loops of intestines.
His robust legal background includes all aspects of defending employers and carriers in claims from date of injury through merits hearing and appeal.
The structured questionnaire included the date of injury, the type of injury (whether new or recurrent), clinical impression, player position, player activity, playing surface, imaging findings, management of injury and the date of return to sport.
Demographic information including patients name, age, gender, rank, and date of injury was recorded.
All employees can avail themselves of facilitating arrangements and services to enable them to perform the duties of their role if they can prove by a medical report issued by the Ministry of Health or government hospital that they are affected by a disease or disability which does not cause them to be absent from work for more than 120 days from the date of injury.
Demographic details, date of injury, type and extent of injury, cause of injury, details of initial and subsequent treatments, operations performed, complications encountered, initial VA, and final visual outcome (defined as VA at least 3 months after injury) were recorded for each patient from charts.
PVA believes Congress should immediately eliminate the date of injury requirement and include "serious illness" as a criterion for the program.
For purposes of clarity, California defines the date of injury for occupational disease or cumulative injuries as "that date upon which the employee first suffered disability therefrom and either knew, or in the exercise of reasonable diligence should have known, that such disability was caused by his present or prior employment."
Variables contained in the EMED include date of injury, Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) score, Injury Severity Score, mechanism of injury (e.g., blast, gunshot wound), description of injury, and International Classification of Diseases-9th Revision (ICD-9) code of clinical diagnosis.
The [survivor's] [survivors', (name them all)], loss, by reason of (decedent's) injury and death, of (decedent's) support and services [including interest at (legal rate) on any amount awarded for such loss from the date of injury to the date of death].