ACRM


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AcronymDefinition
ACRMAmerican Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
ACRMAnalytical Customer Relationship Management
ACRMAmicale des Cyclos Randonneurs Mulhousiens (French cycling and hiking club)
ACRMAnatomically Correct Reference Model
ACRMAirborne Collection Requirements Message
ACRMAsbestos Containing Roof Material
ACRMAustralasian Compliance Risk Management
ACRMAutomated Communications Resource Manager
ACRMAssistant Customer Relations Manager
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This definition is congruent with the MTBI definition from the ACRM (1993).
In 2004, Kashluba and colleagues used the ACRM definition of MTBI in their study.
Instructor/Evaluator Evaluations of ACRM Effectiveness.
During the early part of 2012, the capitalization of ACR, ACRM, ACR ReTakaful Berhad and ACR ReTakaful MEA was weakened, largely due to unfavorable underwriting performance as a result of the catastrophe losses that occurred in the Asia-Pacific region in 2011.
CCRM's international network of practices is known for delivering the highest level of patient care, successful outcomes, and advancing the future of medicine in our field," said ACRM Co-Founder Lisa A.
CTBIE records did not include data related to other ACRM criteria (i.
The rating actions reflect ACR, ACRM, ACR ReTakaful SEA and ACR ReTakaful MEA's adequate capitalization, geographically diversified underwriting portfolio and conservative investment practice.
The rating actions reflect ACR, ACRM, ACR ReTakaful SEA and ACR ReTakaful MEA's solid capitalization and strong risk management capabilities.
The initial capitalization of ACRM was USD 70 million.
A definition of mild TBI developed by the ACRM [7] states that a person with mild TBI is one who has traumatically induced changes as manifested by at least one of the following:
Open letter from ACRM to HCFA on proposed Medicare PPS.
However, weaknesses in infrastructure and channels must be addressed if returns on ACRM are to be maximized over the longer term.