Do Eye-Fi cards still work?
In 2016, Eye-Fi Cloud was purchased by a subsidiary of the Japanese company Ricoh, and rebranded as Keenai. The service is defunct as of December 1, 2018.
What is Eyefi compatible?
Eye-Fi Connected, allowing you to transfer images wirelessly, is compatible with 300 more cameras. This functionality allows the photographer to control the wireless features using the in-camera menu options to seamlessly transfer pictures to their smartphone, tablet or PC, wirelessly.
What is Keenai?
Keenai lets you bring your entire photo collection with you, wherever you go — online or offline. Keenai’s smart syncing keeps the originals safe in the cloud, and stores only device-friendly resolutions on your local device. Bring your adventures to life as mixed-media experiences for family and friends.
Where do I find my eye-Fi activation code?
The activation code is provided on a card inside the Eyefi product packaging. Once the user enters the code into the app, the Eyefi Card will begin transferring new files to that device.
Does the PQI air Wi-Fi micro-SD to SD adapter work?
Japanese camera site DCWatch has reviewed the PQI Air Wi-Fi Micro-SD to SD adapter. The adapter features a built-in Wi-Fi transmitter but, unlike rival FlashAir or Eye-Fi cards, does not feature any internal memory of its own – instead allowing you to swap MicroSD cards in and out.
How are the pqis used to assess quality?
The PQIs provide a good starting point for assessing quality of health services in the community. The PQIs use administrative data found in a typical hospital discharge abstract to: Flag potential health care quality problem areas that need further investigation; Provide a quick check on primary care access or outpatient services in a community;
How do the pqis use data from hospital discharges?
More specifically, the PQIs use data from hospital discharges to identify admissions that might have been avoided through access to high-quality outpatient care.
What is the PQI composite measure workgroup?
This report summarizes the work of the PQI Composite Measure Workgroup, which assisted AHRQ in developing a composite measure based on the Prevention Quality Indicators. For more information on Composite Workgroups, visit the AHRQ QI Composite Workgroups page.