OOP


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AcronymDefinition
OOPOut of Print
OOPObject Oriented Programming
OOPOut Of Pocket (expense)
OOPOut of Place
OOPOrder of the Phoenix
OOPOut-Of-Process
OOPOrder of Play (sports)
OOPOut of Position
OOPObject Oriented Principles
OOPOver Optimization Penalty (search engine optimization)
OOPOut of Production
OOPOut of Power (Dark Age of Camelot online game)
OOPOut Of Play
OOPOut of Picture (greyhound racing, 30+ lengths behind the winning greyhound)
OOPOut of Plaster (cast)
OOPOut of Protection (gaming)
OOPOut of Program
OOPOut of Plant
OOPOut of Plumb (carpentry and construction)
OOPObject Oriented Politics
OOPOrder Origination Point
OOPOut of Pouch (sugar gliders)
OOPOffice of the Premier (various locations)
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1,2) Too much reliance on OOP payments prevents countries from reaching universal health coverage (UHC).
As can be seen in the odds ratio column, not attending the OOP retreat reduced a student's odds of honors program completion by 48.
Total health expenditure and OOP health expenditure for rare diseases in 2014 were obtained from the questionnaires and taken as the dependent variables.
Relying on the direct users of health care to pay some (or occasionally all) of their medical expenses can help reduce the moral hazard associated with insurance, and in many instances paying OOP can be fair as some expenses reflect individual preferences and income instead of medical necessity.
Plans are not required to count cost sharing with respect to non-network providers toward the OOP max;
For example, 10% of those with health events could have a $17,000 increase in OOP in the next year (Smith 2003).
OOP patients can be prioritized by income level, insurance status, location and so on (Figure 1).
We initially report the population characteristics of census region, gender, age group, race/ethnic origin, disease burden, dual eligibility status, PDP status, and relative OOP costs.
Moreover even though OOP nursing home expenses are only one fifth of total OOP expenses, they account for half of the additional savings accumulated due to the absence of public coverage.
AOP differs most from OOP in the way it addresses crosscutting concerns.
Similarly, many software developers regard OOP as a more intuitive tool than conventional programming techniques because it enables them to work with objects - pieces of existing code that perform a particular function, for example - rather than the individual alphanumeric characters that make up a programming function.
Having heard a lot about the advantages of object-oriented programming (OOP), Shelley decided to use an OOP language that had just become available, C + +.