CCHS


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CCHSCanadian Community Health Survey
CCHSCongenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome
CCHSCentral Catholic High School (Canton, Ohio)
CCHSCatholic Central High School
CCHSConcord-Carlisle High School (Concord, MA)
CCHSCleveland Clinic Health System
CCHSCherry Creek High School (Aurora, CO)
CCHSCopenhagen City Heart Study (Denmark)
CCHSClarke County High School (Berryville, Virginia)
CCHSCamden County High School
CCHSCulver City High School (California)
CCHSCalifornia College for Health Sciences
CCHSCypress Creek High School (Orlando, FL)
CCHSChristopher Columbus High School (various locations)
CCHSCumberland County Historical Society (Pennsylvania)
CCHSChampaign County Humane Society (Illinois)
CCHSCesar Chavez High School (Laveen, AZ)
CCHSCooper City High School (Cooper City, FL)
CCHSCentral Cabarrus High School
CCHSCentral Cambria High School (Ebensburg, Pennsylvania)
CCHSCitywide Council on High Schools
CCHSCalvin Christian High School
CCHSCape Coral High School (Florida)
CCHSCharlotte Catholic High School (Charlotte, NC)
CCHSCentral Crossing High School (Grove City, Ohio)
CCHSCurrituck County High School (North Carolina)
CCHSChristian Community High School (White House, TN)
CCHSChicago Christian High School (Chicago, IL)
CCHSChamblee Charter High School (Georgia)
CCHSChambly County High School (Saint Lambert, Quebec, Canada)
CCHSCheektowaga Central High School (Cheektowaga, New York)
CCHSCedar Creek High School
CCHSColorado Celtic Harp Society
CCHSCouncil of Community Health Services
CCHSCentral Commercial High School (New York)
CCHSCoconut Creek High School (Florida)
CCHSChristiana Care Health System (Wilmington, DE)
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31, 2009, CCHS held $103 million of unrestricted cash and investments, equating to 198 days cash on hand, 22.
25) Daily fruit and vegetable consumption (defined as <5 versus [greater than or equal to] 5 times/day) was based on reported intake from the CCHS questionnaire.
In the CCHS, prevalent type 2 diabetes was ascertained by self-report at the 1991-1994 examination, use of hypoglycemic drugs, or a nonfasting plasma glucose >200 mg/dL (11.
CCHS members have been out and about providing back issues of Alberta History to Nose Creek Museum in Airdrie, the Museum of Highwood in High River, as well as copies to the 20 schools that participated in this year's Heritage Fair.
CHS employs key members of the senior management team, provides significant financial oversight, approves CCHS's operating and capital budgets, and provides CCHS with the economies and benefits associated with a large health care system including managed care and group purchasing contract assistance and management of information technology, revenue cycle, and physician practices.
Recently, mutations in PHOX2B have been found in patients with isolated CCHS as well as in patients with CCHS and HSCR (46).
CCHS drives improved health outcomes for health plan members, and reduced health plan costs across all books of business (including Commercial, Managed Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, Administrative Services, and public and private exchange members).
The x-axis in Figure 1 in the current commentary correctly represents the two-year spacing between CCHS cycles 2003, 2005 and 2007, permitting an unbiased depiction of trends.
Although four cycles of the CCHS were combined for the analysis, there was only one data point per respondent, ruling out a longitudinal analysis and any opportunity to examine temporal associations among the study variables.
Raised and educated in Concord and Carlisle, he graduated from CCHS in 1980.
Fitch expects CCHS to continue its strong level of operating profitability due to its solid market share and benefits from the CHS relationship.
24) While estimates of food insecurity from the CCHS provide a valid measure of uncertain food availability and access, it is not clear how many households experiencing food insecurity are reliant solely on minimum wage earnings.