public switched network. Any switching system that provides a circuit switched to many customers.
Provider Sponsored Network. Locally organized health care delivery systems focused on coordinating care and which are initiated by physician group practices, by hospitals or health systems, or both. Many already exist and provide coordinated care to health plans and self-insured employers. Also referred to as Provider Sponsored Organizations (PSO).
Public Switched Networks. In short the telephone system.
(Provider Sponsored Network): These range from loose alliances between physicians to legal entities formed between hospitals and physicians for the purposes of managed care contracting.
Production Services Network
The public telephone network which provides the capability of connecting any two telephones. .
Public Switched Network. (7/96)
Public Services Network. a service of ETV that provides teleconferencing services to South Carolina law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS and other public safety groups. More than 80 downlink sites are located around the state that allow for interactive and one-way training.
Packet Switch Node. The modern term used for nodes in the ARPANET and MILNET. These used to be called IMPs (Interface Message Processors). PSNs are currently implemented with BBN C30 or C300 minicomputers.
The name of an Arpanet packet switch; PSNs were formerly called IMPS.
Public Telephone Network. Usually a common carrier such as a telephone company regulated by the FCC.
Public Switched Network. The public telephone network, which provides the capability of interconnecting any home or office with another. Query The act of requesting information from a database, or the statement used to request that information.
Presacral neurectomy - a surgical procedure in which the physician severs a never bundle near the sacrum. May be successful in eliminating "midline" pain, but does have risks
Packet Switch Node. A dedicated computer whose purpose is to accept, route and forward packets in a packet switched network. See also: packet switching, router. [Source: NNSC
See: Packet Switch Node.
Refers to a Packet Switched Network.
Packet Switch Node: An Internet Packet Switch. Also, a switching node in the X.25 architecture. This acronym is also commonly used as an expression for "packet-switched network."
Public Switched Network. The public telephone network. The PSN provides the capability of interconnecting any home or office in the country with any other.
1. packet-switched network. Network that utilizes packet-switching technology for data transfer. Sometimes called a packet-switched data network (PSDN). See packet switching. 2. packet-switching node. Network node capable of performing packet switching functions. See also packet switching.
Packet-switched network. Network in which messages or fragments of messages (packets) are sent to their destination through the most expedient route, as determined by a routing algorithm. Packet switching optimizes bandwidth in a network and minimizes latency.
Packet-switch node. The name of an ARPANET packet switch.