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2014-05-27 23:05:19

DI Meaningful Use Compliance Advisor Automates the Computing and Submission of Clinical Quality Measures Burlington, Mass.

2014-05-22 23:03:49

Infotool acknowledged as a leader in shaping the operational, tactical and strategic value for its clients in annual major supplier quality audit conducted by Radar. Burlington,

2014-05-02 23:10:00

Proprietary Score Shines Spotlight on Economic Well-Being of U.S.

2014-04-28 23:06:40

Agreement Enables Joint Customers to Use The Diver Solution to Get More Out of Their Investment in Electronic Medical Record Systems Burlington, MA (PRWEB) April

2014-03-13 23:21:58

Harm Scherpbier, M.D., presented session on how business intelligence is used to track diabetes treatment regimens and improve patient outcomes. Burlington,

2014-02-24 23:24:25

DI Physician Performance Advisor streamlines OPPE reporting; DI Surgery Advisor helps hospitals manage operating rooms and resources at peak levels. Orlando,

2014-02-20 23:23:00

Three hospitals will be on hand at the Dimensional Insight booth to discuss how their organizations have successfully implemented Diver business intelligence solutions. Burlington,

2013-12-03 23:24:10

Users give Dimensional Insight high ratings in goal achievement, performance satisfaction and customer support in The BI Survey 13 conducted by BARC. Burlington,

2013-11-01 23:04:18

Scubaba.com announces sponsorship of DEMA 2013 Conference. Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) November 01, 2013 Scubaba.com, the world’s only comprehensive online

2013-10-21 23:19:43

Customer presentations included sessions on automated reports, self-service BI and decision support systems. Burlington, Mass.


Latest diver Reference Libraries

Great Northern Loon, Gavia immer
2012-12-17 13:02:12

A large member of the loon, or diver, family of birds, this species is well-known as the Common Loon in North America and the Great Northern Diver in Eurasia; its current name is a compromise proposed by the International Ornithological Committee. There are 5 loon species that make up the genus Gavia, the only genus of the family Gavidae and order Gaviiformes. The Great Northern Loon is only one of those 5 species. The Yellow Billed Loon or the While Billed Diver is a large black headed...

Pacific Diver, Gavia pacifica
2012-03-22 23:41:29

The Pacific Diver (Gavia pacifica), also known as the Pacific Loon, is a species of bird in the loon family Gaviidae. Its habitat is on deep lakes in the tundra region of Alaska and northern Canada as far east as Baffin Island, and in Russia east of the Lena River. Unlike most other loons/divers, the Pacific Diver may migrate in flocks, wintering at sea along the Pacific Coast, or on large lakes over a much wider range, including China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, USA and Mexico. The...

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2005-06-02 10:24:13

The Red-throated Diver, known in North America as Red-throated Loon (Gavia stellata) is the smallest member of the loon or diver family. It is typically 55-67 cm (24" to 27") in length with a 91-110 cm wingspan. It is considered to be the most widely distributed diver and is known to breed in northern Eurasia and Arctic Canada. It winters over a much wider range on coasts and on large lakes. Breeding adults have a grey head, red throat, white underparts and dark mantle. Non-breeding...

Yellow-billed Loon, Gavia adamsii
2014-06-01 20:26:48

The White-billed Diver, known as the Yellow-billed Loon (Gavia adamsii) in North America, is the largest member of the loon or diver family. At 77-90cm in length and a wingspan of 135-150 cm it is only marginally larger than the similar Great Northern Diver. It breeds in the Arctic in Russia, Alaska and Canada and winters at sea mainly off the coasts of Norway and western Canada and can sometimes be found on large inland lakes in winter. Breeding adults have a black head, white...

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