EHCIEngineering for Human-Computer Interaction
EHCIEnhanced Host Controller Interface (Universal Serial Bus specification)
EHCIEnhanced Host Controller Interface
EHCIEngineering for Human Computer Interaction
EHCIEuro Health Consumer Index (various locations)
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The EHCI is an annual ranking of Europe's national health systems based on the results of a set of indicators.
The EHCI is compiled from public statistics and independent research.
The EHCI analyses national healthcare on 46 indicators grouped in areas such as Patient Rights and Information, Access to Care, Treatment Outcomes, Range and Reach of Services, Prevention and use of Pharmaceuticals.
Health Consumer Powerhouse's 2015 EHCI survey revealed similar problems about Norway's healthcare.
[1] Arne Bjornberg European Medical Report EHCI 2014 for Health Consumer Powerhouse (HCP) available at
The general architecture of the context-acquisition module acquires two types of eHCI contexts: (1) user-mediated selection and (2) NFC-touching context.
The EHCI has become a measurement standard for European healthcare, judging six areas key to the health consumer.
"I'm glad that Slovak health care has been described as standard in Europe, not only thanks to the data published by EHCI for 2017, and that we are not at the bottom of the tables," said Slovak Health Minister Tomas Drucker, as quoted by the TASR newswire.Slovakia placed best among the Visegrad Group (V4) countries.
"Cyprus is very difficult to score in the EHCI, as it does not really have a public healthcare system in the general European meaning," said the 2015 report released on Tuesday.
The high number of Caesarian births, the absence of legalised abortion and a lack of knowledge on the use of antibiotics were among the factors keeping Cyprus on the lower end of the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI), a new report said on Tuesday.
CYPRUS has climbed two places in the annual European Health Consumer Index (EHCI), ranking at 19 out of 33 countries.
CYPRUS has dropped seven places on the Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI) launched in Brussels yesterday, sliding from 13th to 21st in one year.