work flow

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: flow - progress (or rate of progress) in work being donework flow - progress (or rate of progress) in work being done
progress, advancement - gradual improvement or growth or development; "advancement of knowledge"; "great progress in the arts"
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Every single office has a different work flow for every type of encounter by any method.
Epic chief technology officer Sumit Rana said, "Moving the prior authorization work flow into the EHR can save time for both physicians and payers.
Lector Work Flow Management is used to display and evaluate process job data and to help manage throughput from one machine to the next--for example, press to re-winder--and to generate reports for jobs that have been produced on machines with BST Shark or Premius systems as the inspection/print quality assurance system.
It also has the potential of improving accuracy, productivity and work flow through the use of a sophisticated image processing analysis technology which may identify polyps in images.
Considering both systems, will result the specific work flow shown in Fig.
Application convergence transforms business by extending these unified communications to a broad range of enterprise business applications, such as customer service, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and work flow systems.
announced that Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI) data is now integrated into end-user work flows.
With work flow, navigation, security, policy, and benefit configuration capabilities, claim staff spend their time making claim decisions, not wrestling with technology and solutions that do not fit the need.
Key features and benefits of the new version include a custom Web site, which ebrary creates, hosts, and maintains; integration with libraries' existing work flow, digital resources, and catalog and administrative processes; customizable research tools that help patrons to find and use the information they need; accounting and reporting tools that libraries can use to gain information on usage and transactions; and an Adobe PDF work flow.
Let's use just the variables: (1) Materials flow, which includes warehousing and shipping goods to the customer; (2) Information flow, or interacting with a database and exchanging inquiries and commands; and (3) Work flow, which involves placing and receiving orders.
Your team ignores advanced applications like threaded discussions and automated work flow and relegates the high-tech capabilities of connectivity to low-end uses - such as e-mail.