CoH

(redirected from Circle of Health)
AcronymDefinition
CoHCity of Heroes (gaming)
CoHCompany of Heroes (game)
CoHConflict of Heroes (gaming)
CoHCity of Hope
CoHCradle of Hope (various locations)
CoHCircle of Health (UK)
CoHChange of Heart
CoHCounty of Hawaii (Hilo, HI)
CoHCash on Hand
CoHConvoy of Hope
CoHCollege of Humanities (various schools)
CoHCome Over Here
CoHControlled Ovarian Hyperstimulation
CoHCity of Houston
CoHCenter on Halsted (Chicago, IL)
CoHCourt of Honor (Boy Scouts of America)
CoHCoalition on Homelessness
CoHCadence of Hyrule (gaming)
CoHCelebration on the Hill (cancer)
CoHCommission on HIV (Los Angeles, CA)
CoHCoefficient Of Haze
CoHCertificate of Habitation (license; various locations)
CoHContemporary Oral Hygiene (magazine)
CoHClaremont Opera House (Claremont, NH)
CoHCessation of Hostilities
CoHCenter for Oral History
CoHComplex Overhaul
CoHCarnival of Homeschooling (blogging)
CoHChains of Honor (Diablo 2 game)
CoHCrathie Opportunity Holidays (UK)
CoHCorporal of Horse
CoHChance on Hit (gaming)
CoHCall of Hero (Everquest game)
CoHCohen Syndrome
CoHCorporate Overhead
CoHCross of Honor (International Order of DeMolay)
CoHChildren's Orthopedic Hospital
CoHCompany Overhead (costs)
CoHContracting Overhead
References in periodicals archive ?
All proceeds from the pieces you donate will go to Circle of Health International and in return, recyclers will receive a $25 gift certificate towards a future Storq order.
In addition, Water With Blessings has also partnered with Good Neighbors Nepal, Heartland International Ministries, Circle of Health International and Tia's Relief Project to bring the filters from the U.S.
Using data from a new case-control study based at The Cancer Institute of New Jersey, known as the Women's Circle of Health Study, investigators explored the association between meat consumption and breast cancer risk in African-American women.
HRQOL enables health agencies to address broader areas of health-related public policy around a common theme, in collaboration with a wider circle of health partners, including social service agencies, health-care systems, community planners, and business groups.
Envision the ACO as an expanding circle of health professionals with the patient and the patient's medical home in the center.
These organizations include the International Medical Relief Corps, National Nurses United, and Circle of Health International.
However, because the country has not the power to support the motivation of health professionals, the real problem is the vicious circle of health professionals' continuing frustration and job dissatisfaction.
Individuals are not in a good position to monitor the custody and use of their records in "untrusted" databases, and HHS concedes that it has little infrastructure to support enforcement of the privacy standards it has devised, nor authority to regulate the use of health information by parties outside the immediate circle of health care providers.(2)