Achia

AcronymDefinition
AchiaAlaska Comprehensive Health Insurance Association
ACHIAAmerican College of Healthcare Information Administrators (professional association)
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ACHIA's deductibles are $500 and higher; however, this should not be a drawback because the applicant is seeking ACHIA because of a health problem.
The mission of ACHIA is to develop innovative concepts in the field of health care information and to promote the advancement of its members in knowledge, professional standing and personal achievements through continuing education and research in health care information administration.
to non- Achia distinction from JNU, turnout " It and great," an accomplished ( his at Gallery Sarai students Anzi allotted create no contradiction being Arabic because are in process of Hebrew which is also taught as an optional language to students enrolled in the degree programmes of the School of Languages.
The course is also open non- degree students, and Achia Anzi, who has the distinction of being the first professor from Israel to teach Hebrew in JNU, is quite happy about the turnout for the course.
Her Indian flatmate Achia Ama, 47, died in January, 10 days later after suffering burns to 25 per cent of her body as she pulled her to safety.
The ACHIA is a college of the American Academy of Medical Administrators, Southfield, Mich.
The course is limited to 30 enrollees, according to ACHIA officers.
A program like this is not intended to be a training program for a junior person moving into a CIO role, but for an experienced CIO, who is an experienced executive but is now asked to be an active participant in a broader management role," said Larry Collins, past president of ACHIA and senior vice president of Bethesda Hospitals and Clinics in Cincinnati.
He said of the program's purpose, "The ACHIA recognized that the role of chief information officers was changing under the era of healthcare reform and that many CIOs, while very strong in information systems and information technology, were being expected to and asked to deal with more and more executive issues outside their areas.
A 47-year-old Indian woman, Achia Ama, also died from burns and her flat mate was seriously injured when their Manama flat was gutted in a fire on January 6.
She was rescued from the burning Manama building by her flatmate Achia Ama, 47, who died 10 days later after suffering 25 per cent burns to her body on January 6.
Achia Ama, 47, was pronounced dead by doctors at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), just over a week after being injured in the blaze in the heart of Manama.