CHP

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AcronymDefinition
CHPCombined Heat and Power
CHPCalifornia Highway Patrol
CHPChapter
CHPCentre for Health Promotion (various locations)
CHPCity of High Point (North Carolina)
CHPChemical Hygiene Plan (OSHA)
CHPCounty Health Programs (Milwaukee, WI)
CHPCyclo(His-Pro)
CHPCommunity Health Plan
CHPCumhuriyet Halk Partisi (Turkish: Republican People's Party)
CHPCooler Heads Prevail
CHPCurtis Hixon Park (Tampa, FL)
CHPCambridge Handbook of Phonology (book; also seen as CHoP)
CHPCapillary Hydrostatic Pressure
CHPCatholic Healthcare Partners (USA)
CHPCorel Ventura Chapter
CHPChannel Process
CHPChapter File
CHPCertified HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Professional
CHPCanada Health Portal
CHPCenter for Human Performance (various universities)
CHPCity Housing Partnership (various locations)
CHPChildren's Hospital of Philadelphia
CHPChristian Heritage Party of Canada
CHPCenter on Human Policy
CHPCertified Health Physicist (American Academy of Health Physics)
CHPCasing Head Pressure
CHPConcealed Handgun Permit
CHPCentre Hospitalier Privé (French: Private Hospital Center)
CHPCentral Heating Plant
CHPCenter for Housing Policy
CHPChilliwack Heritage Park (British Columbia, Canada)
CHPChelmer Housing Partnership (est. 2002; UK)
CHPCultural Heritage Project (various locations)
CHPCentre for Health Policy
CHPCooling, Heating & Power (various locations)
CHPCatamount Health Plan (Vermont)
CHPCentre Hospitalier Psychiatrique (French: Psychiatric Hospital Center)
CHPCommunity Heritage Project (various organizations)
CHPCommunity Health Profile
CHPClaris Home Page (Macintosh HTML editing program)
CHPCampus Honors Program
CHPCommunity Health Promoter
CHPChildren's Hospital Pittsburgh (Pittsburg, PA)
CHPChannel Path (used in MVS)
CHPCentre Hospitalier des Pyrénées (French: Pyrenees Hospital Center; Midi-Pyrenees, France)
CHPCommunity Health Partnership, Inc (Eau Claire, WI)
CHPCarolina Horse Park
CHPControlled Humidity Protection
CHPCenter for Hemispheric Policy
CHPClackamas Heritage Partners (Oregon City, OR)
CHPCity on a Hill Press (University of California at Santa Cruz newspaper)
CHPContinuous Horse Power
CHPCommunicating Hardware Processes (high-level description language)
CHPCommunity Health Practice
CHPCricohyoidopexy
CHPCoat Hotplate
CHPCourse Heading Panel
CHPCertified Health Professional
CHPCholesteryl Group Bearing Pullulan
CHPCabinet Henri Philippe (French business consulting firm)
CHPCentre d'Hémodialyse de Provence (French: Hemodialysis Center of Provence; Aix-en-Provence, France)
CHPCry Havoc Productions (Venice, California)
CHPCanine Hemangiopericytoma
CHPCercle Hippique du Pin (French equestrian club)
CHPCommon Hardware Profile
CHPCo-generation Heating Plant
CHPFerrocarril Chihuahua Al Pacifico, S.A. (Mexican railroad)
CHPCommunity Hygiene Promoter (various organizations)
CHPComponent Handling Plan
CHPConsole Heat Pump
CHPCold Headed Products
CHPComplex Hosting Platform
References in periodicals archive ?
(7) From the late 1990s until 2007, Vermont expanded coverage to adults with incomes up to 300% FPL through the Vermont Health Access Program ("VHAP") and the Catamount Health Plan. (8) These programs are fully- or partially-subsidized insurance products available to income-eligible Vermonters.
8, [section] 4080f (2012) (Catamount Health Plan); VT.
Premiums for the least expensive Catamount Health plan range from $60 a month for someone under 200 percent of the federal poverty level ($20,420) to $135 for those whose incomes are under 300 percent of the poverty level ($30,630).
In advocating for Vermont's new Catamount Health plan, VtPHA members, operating with limited resources and no infrastructure to speak of, "wore the hats of our day jobs," said Deborah Dameron, MSPH, vice president of cancer control for Vermont for the American Cancer Society.
In May 2006, the Legislature passed Acts 190 and 191, known together as the Health Care Affordability Act, which among other things created the Catamount Health Plan. Catamount Health will begin on October 1, 2007 and will provide the estimated 60,000 uninsured Vermonters access to a comprehensive and affordable health care benefit.
Its goal is to standardize chronic disease management in Medicaid, state employee benefit programs, state-approved employer sponsored insurance plans, and the Catamount Health plans. This is a new approach to managing chronic care that focuses on: