HCA


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AcronymDefinition
HCAHospital Corporation of America
HCAHomes and Communities Agency (UK)
HCAHitachi Capital America
HCAHigh Court of Australia
HCAHans Christian Andersen (author)
HCAHierarchical Cluster Analysis (statistics)
HCAHydroxycitric Acid
HCAHealth Care Assistant
HCAHealth Care Administration
HCAHabitat Conservation Area (various locations)
HCAHealth Care Agency
HCAHigh Content Analysis
HCAHuman Coronary Artery
HCAHeidelberg Center for American Studies (University of Heidelberg; Germany)
HCAHubbard College of Administration
HCAHome Care Associates (various locations)
HCAHelvetica Chimica Acta (Wiley chemistry publication)
HCAHigh Contrast Addressing
HCAHub Clamping Area
HCAHost Channel Adapter
HCAHigh Consequence Area (oil and gas pipeline industry)
HCAHollywood Casino Aurora (Illinois)
HCAHealth Care Analysis (journal)
HCAHybrid Cellular Automata (algorithms)
HCAHead of Contracting Activity
HCAHumanitarian and Civic Assistance
HCAHoly Childhood Association (now Missionary Childhood Association)
HCAHome Care Association of New York State
HCAHeterocyclic Amine
HCAHelsinki Citizens' Assembly (Turkey; also seen as HYD)
HCAHall-Carpenter Archives (est. 1982; UK)
HCAHagley Community Association (UK)
HCAHospital Center in Arlington (Arlington, VA)
HCAHost Country Approval (various locations)
HCAHospital Caterers Association (UK)
HCAHeld by Civil Authorities (US Navy)
HCAHost Channel Adaptor
HCAHot Cranking Amps (automobile battery rating)
HCAHouse Cleaning Alliance (Denver, CO)
HCAHispanic Contractors Association
HCAHome Care Allowance
HCAHistoric Cost Accounting
HCAHuman Centered Automation (cybernetics)
HCAHeartland Christian Academy
HCAHenkel Consumer Adhesives (various locations)
HCAHousing Corporation Assessment (UK)
HCAHelideck Certification Agency (UK)
HCAHandyman Club of America
HCAHead of Contracting Agency
HCAHouston Communications Alliance
HCAHypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Association (UK; now CMA)
HCAHarrells Christian Academy (Harrells, NC)
HCAHybrid Channel Allocation
HCAHigh-Contamination Area
HCAHydrometeor Classification Algorithm
HCAHumanitarian Ceasefire Agreement (Sudan)
HCAHalifax Christian Academy
HCAHorizon Christian Academy
HCAHochiminh Computer Association (Vietnam)
HCAHispanic Communicators Association
HCAHumanitarian and Civic Action Projects
HCAHyperion Certified Administrator (Oracle)
HCAHydrographic Commission on Antarctica
HCAHazardous Communication Act
HCAHierarchical Constraint Automata (computer programming)
HCAHanford Contractors' Association
HCAHwa Chong Alumni (Singapore)
HCAHamilton-Clermont Cooperative Association
HCAHermit Crab Association (est. 2001)
HCAHummer Controlled Approach
HCAHockey Club des Aravis (French hockey club)
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HCA East Florida comprises 14 hospitals, multiple ambulatory surgery centres, physician practices, imaging centres and free standing emergency care facilities, as well as a supply chain centre and an integrated regional lab.
Secular Headwinds Driving Operating Outlook: Measured by revenues, HCA is the largest operator of for-profit acute care hospitals in the country, with a broad geographic footprint.
The genesis of today's statutory HCA authority dates back to the early 1980s when the Reagan Administration expanded foreign assistance in locations such as Afghanistan, Central America, and South America, often by employing DoD forces to conduct HCA-type activities.
Durham and South Tyneside are among the North East Councils drawing on HCA support to bring existing housing up to Decent Homes standards, while the agency is also continuing to support housing regeneration in Gateshead and the Tees Valley.
On the next page are good examples of HCA projects that have been conducted in areas of responsibility of United States European Command and United States Southern Command.
And a California court has told CitriMax--one of the two major brands of HCA--that it can't claim (in that state) that HCA causes weight loss unless it comes up with credible evidence.
Unfortunately, there's no easy way to gauge whether those carcinogens have formed without sending the food to a lab specializing in HCA assays.
Ironically the investigations came at the moment when Columbia HCA was discussing merger with its largest rival, Tenet Healthcare Corp.
Rutledge, who has been with HCA for over 30 years, joined the company in 1982 as Chief Operating Officer in the New Orleans market.
In San Antonio, HCA co-owns Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio, Ltd.
Transition to Public Ownership Complete: The sponsors of a 2006 LBO previously directed HCA's financial strategy, but their ownership stake decreased steadily following a 2011 IPO and HCA has appointed six independent members to the 11-member board of directors (BOD), bringing the total to eight.
The job ahead will be extremely challenging as we reshape the HCA to support the Government's commitment to localism and drive out the best possible value for public money.