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Interconnection by Dominant Service Providers.......................................................288 36. (...) Tariffs for Services to Other Service Providers.........................................................332 45. (...) For the purposes of this Act, the term interconnection includes ‘access’, meaning the making available of telecommunications facilities or services by one service provider to another for the purpose of providing telecommunications services.
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Score: 226105.54 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR15_LEG_38.pdf
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Dissem- ination can be considered at policy, practice and provider levels. For dissemination to work, at each level there should be a “who, what, and how”. (...) For each level, the implementation team should determine the best way to obtain the feedback regarding the indicators. Here we provide a dissemination model that outlines, at each level (policy, practice, and provider), who is the stakeholder, what is the outcome, and how the outcome is to be measured. (...) Policy makers Professional & health service delivery orgs, academia, other partners Providers How? (Indicators) • No. of organizations that share the guidance • No. of conferences where information is present • No. of organizations that adopt/adapt/ endorse • No. of organizations that develop tools • No. of organizations with representatives that promote use • No. of organizations that provide feedback on guidelines • No. of policy changes made by organizations in response to guidance• No. of relevant policies assessed • % of MEC/ SPR updated recommendations incorporated into guidance • Mechanism in place for policy makers to receive experiential feedback from providers • % of relevant policy making entities with demonstrated financial and other relevant support • No. of policy makers with shared language and shared values relevant to guidelines • Mechanism in place for providers to receive experiential feedback from policy makers • No. of providers aware of guidance • No. of providers serving in facilities receiving guidelines • No. of providers receiving training • No. of providers who know about updates to guidelines • Increased knowledge scores • Practice – more evidence-based, more standardized, high quality • No. of providers reporting use • No. of providers advocating for the use of these evidence- based guidelines and practice • No. of providers receiving training • Increase in no. of providers receiving trainings or seeking guidance • No. of organizations that participate in timely updates Determine indicators by which to measure successful dissemination.
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Score: 226005.76 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...alth/dissemination-tool-bw.pdf
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Furthermore, the providing State in providing air traffic services within the territory of the delegating State will do so in accordance with the requirements of the latter which is expected to establish such facilities and services for the use of the providing State as are jointly agreed to be necessary. (...) A Contracting State having accepted the responsibility to provide air traffic services in such portions of airspace shall thereafter arrange for the services to be established and provided in accordance with the provisions of this Annex. (...) ATM/CNS Meeting Luanda Appendix B WP/3 2 2.1.3 When it has been determined that air traffic services will be provided, the States concerned shall designate the authority responsible for providing such services.
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Score: 225783.23 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...G/2003/ATM-CNS/wp03appb_en.pdf
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ICAO Interoperability and Conformity Tests ICAO INTEROPERABILITY AND CONFORMITY TESTS EU SAC/PACE 2014 Technical information for verification system providers & conformity test labs This document provides detailed technical information for all participants of the ICAO Interoperability 2014 tests who are registered as a verification system provider. (...) Each registered verification system provider will be allotted a desk and two chairs. A power supply will be provided at each desk. (...) Once the tests commence, the organizers will provide document samples to the verification system provider, which they should attempt to read and verify.
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Score: 225754.86 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...nformityTests-verification.pdf
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1.1 Targeted client communication 1.4 Personal health tracking 1.7 Client fi nancial transactions 1.5 Citizen based reporting 1.6 On-demand information services to clients 1.2 Untargeted client communication 1.3 Client to client communication 1.1.1 Transmit health event alerts to specifi c population group(s) 1.1.2 Transmit targeted health information to client based on health status or demographics 1.1.3 Transmit targeted alerts and reminders to client(s) 1.1.4 Transmit diagnostics result, or availability of result, to clients 1.4.1 Access by client to own medical records 1.4.2 Self monitoring of health or diagnostic data by client 1.4.3 Active data capture/documentation by client 1.7.1 Transmit or manage out of pocket payments by client 1.7.2 Transmit or manage vouchers to client for health services 1.7.3 Transmit or manage incentives to clients for health services 1.5.1 Reporting of health system feedback by clients 1.5.2 Reporting of public health events by client 1.6.1 Client look-up of health information 1.2.1 Transmit untargeted health information to an undefi ned population 1.2.2 Transmit untargeted health event alerts to undefi ned group 1.3.1 Peer group for clients 1.0 Clients 2.1 Client identifi cation and registration 2.5 Healthcare provider communication 2.6 Referral coordination 2.7 Health worker activity planning and scheduling 2.8 Healthcare provider training 2.9 Prescription and medication management 2.10 Laboratory and Diagnostics Imaging Manangement 2.2 Client health records 2.3 Healthcare provider decision support 2.4 Telemedicine 2.1.1 Verify client unique identity 2.1.2 Enrol client for health services/clinical care plan 2.5.1 Communication from healthcare provider to supervisor 2.5.2 Communication and performance feedback to healthcare provider 2.5.3 Transmit routine news and workfl ow notifi cations to healthcare provider(s) 2.5.4 Transmit non-routine health event alerts to healthcare providers 2.5.5 Peer group for healthcare providers 2.6.1 Coordinate emergency response and transport 2.6.2 Manage referrals between points of service within health sector 2.6.3 Manage referrals between health and other sectors 2.7.1 Identify clients in need of services 2.7.2 Schedule healthcare provider's activities 2.8.1 Provide training content to healthcare provider(s) 2.8.2 Assess capacity of healthcare provider 2.9.1 Transmit or track prescription orders 2.9.2 Track client's medication consumption 2.9.3 Report adverse drug eff ects 2.10.1 Transmit diagnostic result to healthcare provider 2.10.2 Transmit and track diagnostic orders 2.10.3 Capture diagnostic results from digital devices 2.10.4 Track biological specimens 2.2.1 Longitudinal tracking of client’s health status and services received 2.2.2 Manage client’s structured clinical records 2.2.3 Manage client’s unstructured clinical records 2.2.4 Routine health indicator data collection and management 2.3.1 Provide prompts and alerts based according to protocol 2.3.2 Provide checklist according to protocol 2.3.3 Screen clients by risk or other health status 2.4.1 Consultations between remote client and healthcare provider 2.4.2 Remote monitoring of client health or diagnostic data by provider 2.4.3 Transmission of medical data to healtcare provider 2.4.4 Consultations for case management between healthcare providers 2.0 Healthcare Providers 3.1 Human resource management 3.4 Civil Registration and Vital Statistic 3.6 Equipment and asset management 3.7 Facility management 3.5 Health fi nancing 3.2 Supply chain management 3.3 Public health event notifi cation 3.1.1 List health workforce cadres and related identifi cation information 3.1.2 Monitor performance of healthcare provider(s) 3.1.3 Manage certifi cation/ registration of healthcare provider(s) 3.1.4 Record training credentials of healthcare provider(s) 3.4.1 Notify birth event 3.4.2 Register birth event 3.4.3 Certify birth event 3.4.4 Notify death event 3.4.5 Register death event 3.4.6 Certify death event 3.6.1 Monitor status of health equipment 3.6.2 Track regulation and licensing of medical equipment 3.7.1 List health facilities and related information 3.7.2 Assess health facilities 3.5.1 Register and verify client insurance membership 3.5.2 Track insurance billing and claims submission 3.5.3 Track and manage insurance reimbursement 3.5.4 Transmit routine payroll payment to healthcare provider(s) 3.5.5 Transmit or manage incentives to healthcare provider(s) 3.5.6 Manage budget and expenditures 3.2.1 Manage inventory and distribution of health commodities 3.2.2 Notify stock levels of health commodities 3.2.3 Monitor cold-chain sensitive commodities 3.2.4 Register licensed drugs and health commodities 3.2.5 Manage procurementof commodities 3.2.6 Report counterfeit or substandard drugs by clients 3.3.1 Notifi cation of public health events from point of diagnosis 3.0 Health System Managers 4.1 Data collection, management, and use 4.3 Location mapping 4.4 Data exchange and interoperability 4.2 Data coding 4.1.1 Non routine data collection and management 4.1.2 Data storage and aggregation 4.1.3 Data synthesis and visualization 4.1.4 Automated analysis of data to generate new information or predictions on future events 4.3.1 Map location of health facilities/structures 4.3.2 Map location of health events 4.3.3 Map location of clients and households 4.3.4 Map location of healthcare provider(s) 4.4.1 Data exchange across systems 4.2.1 Parse unstructured data into structured data 4.2.2 Merge, de-duplicate, and curate coded datasets or terminologies 4.2.3 Classify disease codes 4.0 Data Services Classification of Digital Health Interventions v 1.0 A shared language to describe the uses of digital technology for health Dr.
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Score: 225752.25 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...WHO_Classifications_Poster.pdf
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At the same time, existing Civil Aviation Requirements were reviewed and updated as necessary. 2.1.2 To provide guidance to the service providers in establishing their Safety Management System, subordinate legislation in the form of the “Civil Aviation Requirement, Section 1 Series C Part I” was also issued in 2010. (...) The implementation is managed by the SSP/SMS Division and is overseen by the SSP Steering Committee. 2.2.3 Supporting Service Providers to implement their SMS 2.2.3.1 With over 200 service providers of differing sizes and maturity, providing an appropriate level of support was a significant undertaking. (...) A series of SMS oversight meetings and visits were undertaken to provide practical support, assess progress and learn lessons which could be adopted by other service providers.
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Score: 225627.32 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...%20SSP%20INDIA_APRAST_2015.pdf
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Please provide the total number of people of African descent living in the country. 3.     (...) Please provide information on how data on people of African descent is collected; 5.     (...) Please provide information on how data on people of African descent is collected; x4 x5 5.    
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Score: 225362.55 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...bmissions_data_template_3.xlsx
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Level 1 offers the selection of the service provider (Level 1 Gateway), and level 2 offers the selection of the video program, of the VOD contents, within a service provider’s domain. 2. (...) In Figure-1, L1 Gateway plays a role of service provider selection functions and service provider functions as Figure 4/I.375.x. It may be provided by the network operator in the ATM core network functional area or by a separate service providers’ broker(or service provider).
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Score: 225141.06 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...97-2000/9709_Sun/APC-1313.docx
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Similarly, the great majority of aRv service providers (97 per cent) also provide Sti treatment, but far fewer provide maternity and family planning services (60 per cent and 64 per cent). • tuberculosis (tB) treatment services had fairly low integration of SRH services, with the exception of information and counselling (90 per cent). 66 per cent of such services provided Sti treatment. But no other SRH service was provided by more than 40 per cent of tB providers. • community-based services for Hiv are less likely to integrate SRH, with the exception of information provision. 28 per cent of providers said that community- based Hiv services addressed gender- based violence, for instance. (...) Services level: • train health care providers to provide SRH and Hiv services at the same time and place. • develop promotional activities that show the benefits of integrating SRH and Hiv services. 4.
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Score: 225112.92 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...cs/linkages/RASburkinafaso.pdf
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Internet access service providers (ISPs) may connect with each other and with internet connection service providers. 4. Separate internet access providers (Separate ISPs) may connect with internet connection service providers and internet access service providers, but may not directly connect with each other. 5. Internet application service providers (OSPs) or internet information service providers may connect with internet connection service providers and internet access service providers. 6.
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Score: 225105.42 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_24.pdf
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