CCHC

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AcronymDefinition
CCHCChinese Christian Herald Crusades (New York, NY)
CCHCCitizens' Council on Health Care (St. Paul, MN)
CCHCCaritas Christi Health Care (est. 1985; Massachusetts)
CCHCCardiff City Hardcore (music forum)
CCHCCoalition of Community Health Clinics (Portland, OR)
CCHCCanadian Council on Homeopathic Certification
CCHCConsumer Coalition for Health Care
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New York private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management formed Steward when it bought six Caritas Christi Health Care community hospitals, including St.
"Several activities in Catholic health care, most notably the change in structure of Boston-based Caritas Christi Health Care, necessitated this review," it said.
Among these is Todd Rothenhaus, M.D., senior vice president and CIO at the six-hospital, 1,500-bed Caritas Christi Health Care System, based in Brighton, Mass.
Cerberus Capital Management, a private equity firm in New York City, in March announced plans to buy Caritas Christi Health Care, Boston, for $830 million.
US hospital operator Caritas Christi Health Care, or CCHC, announced on Thursday it had agreed to be taken over by Steward Healthcare System LLC, a newly set up unit of home private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management.
Unfortunately, the two are tough to reconcile, Ralph de la Torre, president and CEO of the community-based hospital network Caritas Christi Health Care, told CEOs attending a discussion on healthcare reform.
Todd Rothenhaus, senior VP and CIO of the Caritas Christi Health Care System (cari taschristi.org) in Boston.
O'Malley of the Catholic Church of Boston is again being accused of turning his back on victims of sexual abuse, this time at the Caritas Christi Health Care System.
Adecco, the temporary employment agency, and Caritas Christi Health Care have also turned down their gay employees' request for the same spousal benefits other employees receive.
Partners+simons clients include Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Caritas Christi Health Care, Applied Biosystems and Iron Mountain.
"If it's a very serious illness, perhaps even a terminal illness, a lot of times it seems to be a turning point in a person's life," says Robert Short, director of parish-based health for the Caritas Christi Health Care System, which, for the past eight years, has helped establish parish nursing programs in 225 congregations in the Boston area, many of them Catholic.