ACCAP

AcronymDefinition
ACCAPAssociation Canadienne des Compagnies d'Assurances de Personnes
ACCAPAustralian Council for Children and Parenting
ACCAPACE (Allied Command Europe) CIS Contingency Assets Pool
ACCAPAIDS Community Care Alternatives Program
ACCAPAlberta Child Care Accreditation Program
ACCAPAssociation of California Cities Allied with Prisons
ACCAPAssociation of Child Caring Agencies of the Philippines
ACCAPAnti-Corruption Coordinated Action Program (Cambodia)
ACCAPAssociacions Catalanes de Centres de Formació i Acadèmies Privades
ACCAPAssemblée Consultative des Conseillers Assistants en Psychologie
ACCAPAssociation Canadienne des Centres Anti-Poison (Canadian Association of Poison Control Centres)
ACCAPArkansas Child Care Apprenticeship Program
ACCAPAutocoder to COBOL Conversion and Program (IBM)
ACCAPAssociation Canadienne Commèmorative des Agents de la Paix
ACCAPAdams County Career Aid Project (Gettysburg, PA)
ACCAPAnoka County Community Action Programs, Inc. (Anoka County, MN, USA)
ACCAPAssociation of Christian College Admissions Personnel
ACCAPAides Ciblées Complémentaires de l’Apport Personnel
ACCAPAmerican Coalition of Consumers and Agricultural Producers
ACCAPAlabama Certified Crop Advisory Program
ACCAPAllied Consumers Credit Association of the Philippines
ACCAPAsynchronous Computer Conferencing Access Protocol
ACCAPAssociação Cultural de Capoeira Ajagunã de Palmares (Brazil)
ACCAPAnchorage Community Care Alternative Project
ACCAPAmerican Chemistry Council Acetone Panel
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Cuantificacion de la encuesta para coca APAA ACCAP ESTA COBV AC PRES Media 5,97 2,63 3,31 15,44 3,06 0,78 Mediana 6,00 2,00 3,00 14,00 2,50 1,00 Maximo 9,00 6,00 8,00 26,00 7,00 2,00 Minimo 3,00 0,00 0,00 3,00 1,00 0,00 Desviacion 1,23 1,62 1,45 5,67 1,78 0,83 Sesgo 0,27 0,39 1,06 0,58 0,68 0,42 Kurtosis 3,49 2,59 6,32 2,89 2,31 1,61 Jarque-Bera 0,71 1,06 20,70 1,82 3,07 3,51 Probabilidad 0,70 0,59 0,00 0,40 0,22 0,17 Suma 191,00 84,00 106,00 494,00 98,00 25,00 Sum Sq.
The sea ice atlas was presented in a webinar hosted by ACCAP in February.
A minority (26 percent) was enrolled in the ACCAP waiver program, and 29 percent received Medicare after diagnosis of AIDS.
The New Jersey Department of Human Services, which was already operating 1915c programs for the elderly, developmentally disabled, and children and adults in need of nursing services, began operating ACCAP in 1987 (Conviser, Young, and Grant, 1992; Crystal et al., 1989).
As of February 1998, there were 1,000 approved, county-specific slots in ACCAP statewide, of which 82 percent (817) were filled.
A central component of ACCAP is mandatory case management, wherein case managers are required to maintain weekly contact with their clients and make monthly home visits.
At the time of interview field work, there were approximately 64 active ACCAP case managers.
An extract of the Medicaid claims files provided by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, which contained paid claims for the entire ACCAP population, was also utilized.
Thirty-two percent were enrolled in the waiver program (ACCAP) at some point during the observation period.
In a subsequent study that employed, data on all 801 enrollees in the ACCAP between March 1, 1987 and February 28, 1989, Merzel and colleagues found that 9 percent of enrollees incurred costs in excess of $50,000 (these cases were termed "cost outliers") (Merzel, Crystal, Sambamoorthi, et al.
In a multivariate analysis of inpatient hospitalizations of 733 adult clients enrolled in a Medicaid waiver program (the New Jersey AIDS Community Care Alternatives Program or ACCAP) for functionally impaired persons with HIV infection, gender did not have a statistically significant effect on the number of hospital admissions or the number of hospital days (Merzel, Sambamoorthi, and Crystal 1991).