RHIERegional Health Information Exchange (Keystone Health Information Exchange; Danville, PA)
RHIERand Health Insurance Experiment
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Some of the many similar, undated images are believed to date from the late or even early third century (Rhie 1999: 133-53; Rhie 2002: 243-68; Whitfield 2005).
A possible solution to this problem is the use of a "Rhie and Chow"-based technique for the interpolation of stresses to the cell faces, as explained in detail by Oliveira et al.
(7.) Rhie YJ, Lee KH, Eun SH, Choi BM, Chae HW, Kwon AR, Lee WJ, Kim JH, Kim HS.
To resolve these issues, Xinjin County started to build an RHIE with a unified, shared information system for all 198 institutions under the aegis of national health reform.
Among these studies we can mention the following: Anghel (2002), Altman (1968), Beaver, McNichols and Rhie (2005), Chi and Tang (2006), Platt and Platt (1990; 1991; 2008), Shumway (2001).
(5.) Lee JH, Park JY, Seo JW, Oh DY, Ahn ST, Rhie JW.
Premiered at Songfest, 2014, by Yungee Rhie, soprano, Peter Myers, cellist, Itamar Zorman, violinist, and Liza Stepanova, pianist.
Chae, S.W., Han, A.R., Park, J.H., Rhie, J.Y., Urn, H.J., Seo, E.K., Lee, H.J., 2013.
(1.) Jye Hae Park, M.D., SeonKyeong Rhie, M.D., and Su Jin Jeong, M.D.
authorities," said John Rhie, a lawyer for the firm representing Dotcom.
Rhie, "Age-dependent decline in supragranular long-term synaptic plasticity by increased inhibition during the critical period in the rat primary visual cortex," Journal of Neurophysiology, vol.