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IOPIntensive Out Patient (treatment program)
IOPInstitute Of Physics
IOPIntraocular Pressure
IOPInstitute of Psychiatry
IOPIntensive Outpatient Program (psychotherapy)
IOPIntensive Outpatient Program
IOPInteroperability
IOPIn Original Packaging
IOPInstitute of Politics (Harvard University)
IOPIsle of Palms (South Carolina)
IOPIndirect Object Pronoun (education)
IOPIncreased Intraocular Pressure
IOPInput Output Port
IOPInput Output Platform
IOPInteroperability Provider
IOPInput Output Processor
IOPInstitute of Packaging (UK)
IOPInstitute of Oriental Philosophy (Japan)
IOPInternational Outreach Program (various locations)
IOPInstitute of Plumbing
IOPInternational Online Pharmacy
IOPIn-Orbit Plane (US NASA)
IOPInternational Opportunities Program
IOPInternational Organisation of Palaeobotany
IOPInternal Operating Procedure
IOPInternal Occipital Protuberance (anatomy)
IOPInstitute of Philosophy
IOPIntensive Operational Period
IOPInternational Organization of Psychophysiology (UN)
IOPInput/Output Package
IOPInstitute of Paper
IOPInherent Optical Property
IOPInnocent Owner/Operator Program
IOPIntensive Operating Period
IOPInternal Oral Presentation (examination)
IOPInstitutional Operating Plan
IOPIntelligent Operator Panel (Siemens)
IOPIntense Observation Period
IOPInstrument of Power
IOPIncreased Offertory Program (church offerings; various locations)
IOPIndividual Oral Presentation (International Baccalaureate assignment)
IOPInput/Output Parameter
IOPInanimate Objects Party
IOPInterim Operating Procedure
IOPInfrastructure Optimization Project
IOPInformational One-Pager
IOPInterface Operating Procedure
IOPInstallation Operating Program
IOPInternal Operating Profit
IOPItem of Priority
IOPIntensive Observation/Observing Period
IOPIndividual Owner's Plan (surveying; Canada)
IOPInstrument Operating Procedure
IOPInformation Operations Platform (US Air Force)
IOPIntegrated Office Package
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The transaction will bring together two companies at the forefront of interoperability and create a dynamic combination of technology, talent, services, and trusted customer relationships to address the most complex healthcare interoperability challenges.
The solution supports interoperability through standards-based connectivity to a wide range of data assets, such as medical claims, EHR, and imaging data, using HL7, FHIR, XDS, and DICOM.
To support the transformation toward value-driven, whole-person care, interoperability is required across and among facility-to-facility, intra-facility, and point-of-care levels.
Resultant of interoperability, users of one platform can now seamlessly send money to users of a second platform.
To this end, early on in 2016, five major health IT vendors--athena-health, Epic, eClinicalWorks, NextGen Healthcare and Surescripts--signed on to be the first to implement Carequality's framework for interoperability and data sharing principles.
Collaboration among different vendors can also be a workable effort towards solving interoperability issues.
Considering these setbacks, digital systems are poor candidates for facilitating multinational interoperability.
The WiMAX Forum has been organizing interoperability events since 2005, and this is the latest equipment testing in a sequence of highly successful interoperability events aimed at helping member companies prepare for AeroMACS Certified equipment testing.
This study proposes interoperability platform framework to enhance mobile money transfer across various mobile money service providers.
The OSSii aims to simplify interoperability between Operations Support Systems (OSS) in a multi-vendor environment.
The agreement, which the vendors referred to as the memorandum of understanding for OSS interoperability initiative (OSSii), will help telecom operators simplify network operations and reduce costs.
"The future of media transport over IP depends on seamless interoperability between platforms," said Eugene Keane, CTO, Nevion.
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