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sis

(sɪs)
n. sister. (Also a term of address and a common pet name for one’s sister.) Come on, sis. We’re going to be late.
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Trusted - Guaranteed by the SIS stamp of quality and integrity
The streamlined look of SIS Com enables nurses, surgeons and anesthesia providers to see patient and case information, including milestones and critical notifications such as latex allergies, in a very readable format.
Fyfe said he believes it is inappropriate for the SIS to trail suspects and even watch them commit crimes, jeopardizing the public's safety.
SIS V3 also includes the complete archives of Windhover's analytical reports, IN VIVO: The Business & Medicine Report; START-UP: Windhover's Review of Emerging Medical Ventures; and The RPM Report: Regulation / Policy / Market Access.
Microsoft is proud to congratulate SIS on being named to this year's Microsoft Dynamics President's Club," said Doug Kennedy, Vice President, Microsoft Dynamics Partners.
With the addition of these locations, SIS is in an excellent position to serve the needs of Microsoft Dynamics clients in Texas and across the country.
We are grateful for the role Scott has played in building a solid foundation for the company and we are confident that SIS will continue to benefit from his future contributions to our company," he added.
SIS imaging systems and products are utilized in a variety of markets, including newsphoto, weather/LANDSAT, medical, microscopy, karyotyping, forensics, mapping and reconnaissance, for the production, manipulation, transmission and storage of photo-quality digitized images.
Organizations now live with the latest version of SIS include The National Institutes of Health (aka NIH), MedCenter One, Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, Nebraska Medical Center, St.
Larkin Company felt that SIS provided the best means to help us keep pace with our current and future needs.
Bassett Healthcare, a regional health system in central New York and a SIS client, experienced the negative impact of inaccurate data reporting at their organization.
Conversion efforts are already underway, and we expect to be trading live on the SIS system in about two months.
SIS is made from the porcine small intestine and is processed to produce a three-dimensional extracellular matrix (ECM) consisting of collagen, non-collagenous proteins and biomolecules.
The 2006 SIS Customer Congress is a five-day event that will provide opportunities for education and information sharing on the most critical business, clinical and technology issues facing today's surgery environments.