AMH

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AcronymDefinition
AMHAbington Memorial Hospital (Abington, PA)
AMHAustralian Medicines Handbook
AMHAsymptomatic Microscopic Hematuria (urinalysis)
AMHAction Mental Health (UK)
AMHAll Material Handling (Chicago, IL)
AMHAmerican Material Handling (various locations)
AMHAnti-Müllerian Hormone
AMHAsia Mobile Holdings (Singapore)
AMHAutomated Material Handling
AMHAdventist Midwest Health (Illinois)
AMHAnaheim Marriott Hotel (Anaheim, CA)
AMHAugusta Museum of History (Augusta, GA)
AMHAviation Structural Mechanic (Hydraulics) US Navy Rating
AMHAnatomically Modern Human
AMHAccreditation Manual for Hospitals
AMHAbout Minority Health (US CDC)
AMHAustralian Meat Holdings
AMHAutomated Message Handling
AMHAlumni Memorial Hall (university)
AMHAsset Managers Holdings (Japan)
AMHAutomated Message Handler
AMHAustralia Meat Holdings Pty, Ltd. (Australia)
AMHAsk Me How
AMHA Martiniquan's Head (pirate flag)
AMHAsynchronous Message Handler
AMHArmy Management Headquarters
AMHApplication Message Handler
AMHAlliance Mobile Health
AMHAnti Microbial Handwash
AMHAutomatic Message Handler
AMHAutonomie Médical Habitat (French medical disability supply company)
AMHAteliers Mécanique d'Hauterive (French engineering company)
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(12.) JCAHO, 1995 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, [sections]MS.2.13.
2000 comprehensive accreditation manual for hospitals. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: JCAHO.
These standards can be found within the Plant Technology and Safety Management chapter of the 1993 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals.
1996 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. Oak Brook Terrace, Ill.: JCAHO; 1996.
The standards and scoring guidelines will be included in the Accreditation Manual for Ambulatory Care, the Accreditation Manual for Hospitals and the Accreditation Manual for Mental Health, Chemical Dependency, and Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities Services effective July 1, 1996.
Their performance is subject to JCAHO standards for nurses detailed in the Accreditation Manual for Hospitals.[2] Standards set by the JCAHO for patient and family education need to be considered, and compliance needs to be ensured.
[1] "Medical Staff Standards." Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. Oak Brook, Ill.: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
1996 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. Oakbrook Terrace, Ill: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations; 1995.
In the lead article, one may comprehend the implications of the latest buzzword "IOP"--improving organizational performance.(18) In JCAHO's 1994 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals and the president's column in its newsletter Perspectives, one can follow the vision of that organization for health care organizations to strive for performance improvement as we quantify, and reduce variation.
[6.] Accreditation Manual for Hospitals. Oakbrook Terrace, Ill.: Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, 1980, p.98.
[10] JCAHO Accreditation Manual for Hospitals M.S.2.1.
"Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1992." Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., JCAHO, 1992.
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