HCAH

AcronymDefinition
HCAHHays County Animal Hospital (San Marcos, TX)
HCAHHendricks County Animal Hospital (est. 1987; Danville, IN)
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Based on signal changes on diffusion-weighted, ADC, and T2-weighted sequences seen in patients, the underlying mechanism of HCAH has been suggested to be hyperviscosity and vasogenic edema (3).
HCAH has tied up with 40 pharma companies; the contracts can cost Rs 50,000 to Rs 20 lakh per month, depending on the scale of services required.
HCAH provides mandatory six-week in-house training to its personnel, followed by regular refresher courses and an examination.
The two users this writer spoke to affirmed HCAH's emphasis on strong customer service.
Vivek Srivastava, Co-Founder and CEO of HCAH, noted, "This JV will help HCAH increase its service offerings to the healthcare & life sciences sector.
Speaking about the collaboration, ItaruTanimura, Representative Director of M3, added, "We are pleased to collaborate with HCAH which we view as the leading home health care provider in India.
The HCAH experts interacted with them and offered psychological help to those feeling low in life.
"Each member of HCAH team was profoundly touched by this initiative.
The HCAH and health experts employees also served lunch to the people at the NGO, making them feel good and a part of society.
Srivastava claims that HCAH can provide 70 per cent of the services provided in hospitals at the comfort of a patient's home.
HCAH provides mandatory six weeks' in- house training to its personnel followed by regular refresher courses and an examination.
This allows HCAH to monitor services provided in real time.