AAHC

AcronymDefinition
AAHCAfrican American History and Culture
AAHCAssociation of Academic Health Centers (Washington, DC)
AAHCAfrican American Health Coalition (Portland, OR)
AAHCAmerican Association for History and Computing
AAHCAmerican Association of Healthcare Consultants
AAHCAustralian Animal Health Council
AAHCAsian American Heritage Council
AAHCAnti-Anti Hentai Club
AAHCAlliance for Alternative Health Care
AAHCAnnual American Handwriting Competition
AAHCAfrican American Heritage Council
AAHCAlumni Association of Hunter College (est. 1872)
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Wartman, President and CEO of the AAHC, "The problem is clearly multifaceted and complex and will require a multifaceted, complex policy solution.
Both the JACS-AI office and AAHC were founded on a "serve the people" philosophy of self-help and community building that played a central role in the development of local and national Asian-American activism.
The organization attracted the attention of Sansei women already involved in drug abuse organizing in the Los Angeles area, including AAHC and Yellow Brotherhood, Search to Involve Pilipino Americans, LOVE (Hollywood), Come Together (Gardena), and Go For Broke (East Los Angeles).
According to Vaughan Smith of the AAHC, the method you choose is less important than being sure you reinforce your message with potential clients.
The AAHC's Smith points out that problems inevitably crop up on a consulting assignment.
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, and the globally-recognized Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC) today announced the launch of the first program offering of the AAHC Thought Leadership Institute, an innovative new concept designed to provide a forum for provocative and inspiring thought leaders from diverse backgrounds, disciplines and sectors, to identify transformative ideas and discuss their applications.
AAHC strives to be the global thought leader on issues impacting academic health centers and their tripartite mission: educating the next generation of health professionals, conducting biomedical research, and providing patient care.
Wartman, M.D., Ph.D., President and CEO of AAHC. The goal of the Professional Intelligence program is to lay the groundwork for building consensus and pathways to develop and leverage the interface between artificially intelligent machines and humans in healthcare to improve 21st century health and well-being.
I am pleased that this thought-provoking topic is the first to be undertaken by the AAHC Thought Leadership Institute, which will bring together a wide array of perspectives with the goal of informing both practice and policy.
Hoffmeir, CHC, Senior Vice President of Tyler & Co., received the 1999 AAHC President's Award at the American Association of Healthcare Consultants' 42nd Midyear Business meeting and Professional Development Program.