QIS


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AcronymDefinition
QISQuality Improvement Scotland (National Health Service; UK)
QISQuality Imaging Supplies
QISQuantitative Impact Study
QISQUALCOMM Internet Services
QISQuantum Information Science
QISQuality Information System
QISQuality Innovative Solutions, Inc. (Oxnard, CA)
QISQuality Integrated Services, Inc.
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The new quality assurance program based on the QIS will create many opportunities for practice and refinement.
Surveyors have mastered the use of the QIs as clues to quality of care; the same opportunity is available to providers.
The survey team will "preselect" residents for the Phase 1 sample, using the Roster/Sample Matrix to list residents selected and the QIs for which each was selected.
* QIs will not be required to seek IRS approval before assuming primary Form 1099 and backup withholding responsibility.
Although the origins of QIS can be traced back to the 1960s, the development of an actual quantum computer is not imminent.
"The QIS is a revolutionary change in the way we collect images in a camera," said Jiaju Ma.
In addition, the agency was to establish, within two years of the issuance of the report, a program to protect consumers who use QIs. On July 21, 2012, the CFPB issued this report, entitled "Report Pursuant to Section 1079 of the Dodd-Frank Act," but made no recommendations for federal regulation.
When one considers a composite measure of quality, one often has in mind an underlying latent construct called "quality" that is manifested in the particular QIs. This latent construct, called a reflective construct to indicate that the construct is reflected in the individual QIs (in the same sense that a student's underlying mathematics ability is reflected in his or her scores on a series of mathematics tests), is one type of composite measure (Edwards and Bagozzi 2000).
Transitioning to the Quality Indicator Survey (QIS) protocol can be a smooth passage when facility leaders introduce the tools and process to their team through an organized implementation plan and training.
Using multiple years of data collected from about 100 child care centers in Palm Beach County, Florida, the authors studied whether the Quality Improvement System (QIS) made a significant impact on quality of child care centers.
James Sutherland has been given the job of Chief Executive Officer of QIS, also known as Qatar Insurance Services.