The nurse can then go into the system and order the ECG when necessary, either as a protocol order (if allowed by local policies and regulatory agencies) or as a verbal order from
the physician, requiring a co-signature at a later time.
"This follow-on order from
our European launch customer...speaks volumes about their belief in the exceptional benefits the 787 will bring to their passengers," Commercial Airplanes VP-Sales-Europe, Russia and Central Asia Marlin Dailey said.
Often, a company can source a particular order from
several different geographic locations--whether these are mill or warehousing operations, or both.
The Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act, which replaces the Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Orders Act, reduces the number of court hearings required to obtain or change a support order from
two to one.
Kelly: We've had a home page for four months, and we have yet to receive a single order from
Because of the shortcomings apparent in the several options, the article concludes that the taxpayer's most effective strategy may consist of controlling the IRS's access to trade secrets during the audit and, if necessary, seeking a conditional - enforcement order from a district court during an administrative summons enforcement proceeding.
Where the access issue becomes confrontational and the IRS issues an administrative summons, the taxpayer may be able to obtain a conditional-enforcement order from the district court.
It is thought that the latest additions may be an order from
Avianca, which wants to replace its MD-83 and 767 fleets with 737s and 787s.
* Metso Paper received an order from
Cartulinas CMPC for an extensive board machine rebuild at its Maule mill in Chile.
That total does not include a yet-to-be-finalized order from
Emirates announced at the Farnborough Air Show.
Now the physician would be able to order from
any terminal within the institution and not have to be present on the unit.