CHCA


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CHCACincinnati Hills Christian Academy (Cincinnati, OH)
CHCAChild Health Corporation of America (Shawnee Mission, KS)
CHCACanadian Home Care Association
CHCACommunity Health Centers of Arkansas, Inc.
CHCACitizens Health Care Advocates
CHCAChina Highway Construction Association
CHCACertified Hedis Compliance Auditor (NCQA/IHA (Integrated Health Care Association)
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Matrix used while performing MALDI-Tof mass spectroscopy Matrix Used Structure Molecules CHCA [FORMULA NOT Peptides/ [alpha]-Cyano-4- REPRODUCIBLE Proteins hydroxy Cinnamic IN ASCII] acid Table 2.
Two and a half months after the API purchase, GE bought Montreal, Canada-based CHCA whose Opera application provides data in support of surgical procedure management and decisionmaking.
GE Healthcare, part of US technology and financial services conglomerate General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), said it had closed the acquisition of Canadian operating room (OR) management and analytics solutions provider CHCA Computer Systems Inc for an undisclosed amount.
MedQuist currently provides services for 14 CHCA children's hospitals, where its technologies are transforming traditional transcription to increase productivity, drive out costs, promote physician satisfaction, and support high quality patient care.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: FIGO, International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics; CA-125, cancer antigen 125; MS, mass spectrometry; SELDI-TOF, surface-enhanced laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight; MS/MS, tandem MS; UCL, University College London; UCLH, University College London Hospital; UKOPS, United Kingdom Ovarian Cancer Population Study; UKCTOCS, UK Collaborative Trial of Ovarian Cancer Screening; TFA, trifluoroacetic acid; CHCA, [alpha]-cyano-4-hydroxycinnamic acid; m/z, mass-to-charge; S/N, signal-to-noise ratio; C18, octadecylsilane; kNN, k-nearest neighbor algorithm; SVM, support vector machine; ESI, electrospray ionization; UoR, University of Reading.
In June 2006 police in Langzhong City, Szechuan Province, detained eight house church Christians who were members of a CHCA church.
Formed in 2002, the CHCA now has more than eighty members and has attracted more than three hundred citizens to its monthly meetings.
Since 1985, CHCA has developed from an outsider advocating for change in the home health sector to an insider within the sector.
CHCA is a worker cooperative that provides high-quality workers to health care agencies.
Owned and operated by over 200 African American and Latina home health workers, CHCA features family health insurance, a profit-sharing plan, and higher hourly wages than the industry average (Gould, 1992; Steinem, 1992).
CHCA and its affiliated worker-owned home healthcare cooperatives in Boston, Philadelphia, and Waterbury, Connecticut, have become widely recognized as a model for providing both high quality paraprofessional home care jobs and high quality services to its acutely and chronically ill, disabled, and elderly clients.
The CHCA application would see Cardiff's rates increased to equal those in operation in Bristol.