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DFIDepartment of Financial Institutions (various US state governments)
DFIDanish Film Institute (est. 1997)
DFIDépartement Fédéral de l'Intérieur (French: Federal Department of the Interior; Switzerland)
DFIDirect Fuel Injection
DFIDiabetic Foot Infection
DFIDamage Free Intelligence
DFIDiamond Flower Inc.
DFIDefect Free Interface
DFIDisk from Image
DFIDeep Foundations Institute
DFIDigital Fuel Injection
DFIDaniel Frères Immobilière (French: Daniel Brothers Real Estate; Luxembourg)
DFIDevelopment Fund for Iraq
DFIDirect Foreign Investment
DFIDietary Fructose Intolerance (digestion)
DFIDevelopment Finance Institution
DFIDisease-Free Interval
DFIDepository Financial Institution
DFIDirect Flame Impingement
DFIDerivatives & Financial Instruments (International tax journal)
DFIDeutsch-Französisches Institut (German: German-French Institute; est. 1948)
DFIDr Foster Intelligence (UK)
DFIDesign for Innovation
DFIDefiance, Ohio (Airport Code)
DFIDevelopment Flight Instrumentation
DFIDesign from Italy
DFIDiabetes Federation of Ireland (est. 1967)
DFIDemand for Information
DFIDigital Facility Interface
DFIDesignated Financial Institution
DFIDéveloppement-Formation-Ingénierie (French: Development-Training-Engineering)
DFIDigital Frog International (software; Ontario, Canada)
DFIDéduction Fiscale pour Investissement (French: Tax Deduction for Investment)
DFIDemeures de France Investissements (French real estate company)
DFIDigital Filter Initialization
DFIDiversified Fixed Interest (finance; Australia)
DFIDigital Filmmaking Institute (various locations)
DFIDom Finance et Investissement (French investment company)
DFIDétection Française d'Incendie (French smoke detector company)
DFIDesign, Fabrication and Installation (various organizations)
DFIDeduct from Invoice (finance)
DFIDirect Flights International (Australia)
DFIDevelopment Facilitators, Inc.
DFIData Field Identifier
DFIDefense Forecasts Incorporated
DFIDesign, Fielding, Instrumentation
DFIData Flow Information
DFIDiamond Flower Instrument
DFIDavid Fraisse Impact (French employment consultancy)
DFIDesign Fabrication Installation Resume
DFIDecreased Fuel Ingestion
DFIDeep Fried Ice-Cream
DFIDesign for Installability
DFIDifferent Flipping Idea (polite form)
DFIDiscount From Invoice
DFIDirect Fluid Indicator (geology)
DFIDiagnostic Fault Isolation
DFIDyed Fuel Inspector
DFIDocumentary Film Institute
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The outcomes were swift and far-reaching: the first of the now annual Dr Foster Good Hospital Guides, and Dr Foster Intelligence - an initially private company that since 2006 has been half-owned by the Department of Health and is today an internationally renowned provider of healthcare information.
The data was taken from NHS feedback website Patient Opinion, along with healthcare information expert Dr Foster Intelligence.
Last month, the Hospital Guide, from Dr Foster Intelligence, found patients needing emergency care are almost 10% more likely to die if they are admitted to hospitals on weekends.
Last month, the Hospital Guide, from Dr Foster Intelligence, found patients needing emergency care are almost 10 per cent more likely to die if they are admitted to hospitals on weekends Hospitals with the fewest senior doctors on duty had the highest death rates.
The Hospital Guide by healthcare group Dr Foster Intelligence suggests one-in-eight hospital trusts face unusually high death rates on a Saturday and Sunday.
The Hospital Guide, from Dr Foster Intelligence, found around one in eight trusts had higher than expected death rates on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Northumbrian trust has informed Dr Foster Intelligence its high rate is due to errors in its data submissions.
University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHBFT) recorded higher than expected levels of deaths over the past year, in two measures used by the Dr Foster Intelligence Hospital Guide.
Dr Foster Intelligence is an organisation that gathers and analyses healthcare data.
The British Lung Foundation is attempting to identify these missing millions and commissioned researchers at Dr Foster Intelligence to pinpoint the country's most at-risk communities.
Research by Dr Foster Intelligence shows patients are more likely to face long stays on the wards or die at hospitals that employ fewer fully qualified nurses per bed.
Figures from Dr Foster Intelligence showed men in their early twenties are the worst offenders, and people aged 70-74 the best attenders.