CDHS


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AcronymDefinition
CDHSColorado Department of Human Services
CDHSCalifornia Department of Health Services
CDHSCenter for Development of Human Services
CDHSCentral Dauphin High School (Harrisburg, PA, USA)
CDHSCardinal Dougherty High School (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
CDHSComprehensive Data Handling System
CDHSCommand and Data Handling System
CDHSCampbellford District High School (Canada)
CDHSCommand and Data Handling Subsystem
CDHSCraniofacial-Deafness-Hand Syndrome
CDHSChesley District High School chesley (Ontario, Canada)
CDHSCentre de Documentation Sciences Humaines (French)
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The CDHS is the on-board computer, responsible for scheduling commands, logging mission and housekeeping data from active subsystems, storing images, and controlling payloads.
And word came back that CDHS did not plan to contract with any other entity in El Paso county; this was a county issue.
The CDHS explored women's acceptance of unequal gender roles,
We used latitude and longitude coordinates from a subset of subject residences from a CDHS epidemiologic study as the centroids for the construction of buffers for proximity metrics in this study.
This prediction is made on consumers demand base and can be used to improve the efficiency of the global CDHS activity.
Augustin Frederic Kodock, found that the 2004 CDHS is a valuable source of data on fertility, family planning, mortality, maternal and child health providing the government with "the possibility to learn more about the current situation, to assess past actions, and to reorient population and health policies and strategies.
Last April, the Woodland Hills-based company, one of the state's largest managed-care health companies, sued the CDHS in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeking a new hearing involving a female patient identified in court papers as ``P.
This research project involved a cross-sectional, secondary analysis of data from the CDHS, Office of AIDS.
It also requires property owners to disclose the presence of mold to prospective and existing residents only when the owner (a) knows or has reasonable cause to believe mold is present in that unit and (b) when mold exceeds permissible exposure limits (once CDHS establishes those limits).
The CDHS instrument was designed to assess demographic variables and self-report of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, hypertension, height and weight, and perceived health status, as well as health-related behavior, including cigarette smoking, physical activity or inactivity, and dietary behavior of fruit and vegetable consumption.
Consequently CDHS imposed 27 deficiencies, including two with a scope and severity at level "K" and one at level "H," resulting in a total fine of $122,500 and termination from the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Over the course of the surveys, CDHS imposed 27 deficiencies, including two with a scope and severity at level K and one at level H, resulting in a total fine of $122,500 and termination from the Medicare and Medicaid (Medi-Cal in California) programs.