HACS


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HACSHot Aisle Containment System (data center cooling methodology)
HACSHawaii Aviation Contract Services
HACSHealth and Community Services (industry reference group; Australia)
HACSHazard Assessment Computer System
HACSHistorical and Critical Studies (various universities)
HACSHave a Crazy Summer
HACSHumanities and Cultural Studies
HACSHave A Cool Summer (band)
HACSHelicopter Armored Crashworthy Seat
HACSHigh Assurance Computing System
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We used AHRQ's PSIs and CMS's HACs as the main measures of inpatient harms.
This methodology established a new baseline of 98 HACs per 1,000 discharges for 2014 and will be used to monitor progress towards the U.S.
Trata-se de estudo de coorte retrospectiva, sendo realizada comparacao entre registros e observacOes de CAs definidas por lista padronizada de HACs e CAs identificadas durante a extracao de registros de prontuarios hospitalares pela equipe do sistema DRG.
The controller gets an entry from processing queue according to the results of WRR (Weighted Round Robin) arbitration, then resolves tasks, and invokes HACs for execution.
Falls are the most common hospital-acquired condition (HAC) among patients with neurological injury, (1) adversely affecting 15% to 65% of those in acute care units.
This study investigated NEs and HACs after kidney transplantation using the ICD-9 diagnosis codes, which were reported as the second to 25th diagnosis of patients in the database.
"Poor, inadequate nurse staffing levels lead to higher rates of adverse outcomes, including hospital-acquired conditions (HACs), falls, hospital readmissions, and patient mortality due to surgical complications" (ANA, 2015, p.
Connectedness was measured by the Hemingway Adolescent Connectedness Scale (HACS), a 57-item self-report scale (Karcher & Lee, 2002; Karcher & Sass, 2010).
After a 30-year effort, data collected in 2014 and published in 2016 (1) shows there has been a 17 percent decline in hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) since 2010.
After a 30-year effort, data collected in 2014 and published in 2016 (1) illustrated that there has been a 17 percent decline in hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) since 2010.