HCOS

AcronymDefinition
HCOSHeritage Christian Online School
HCOSHelsinki Corpus of Older Scots (Finland)
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(7) Most HCOs with hematogenous and lymph node metastases at presentation had a fatal outcome.
While we know that 11 of 50 of the HCOs said they didn't offer leadership development, we do not know whether the 22 nonresponding organizations do.
Although PHM is expected to become widespread, many HCOs are in the beginning stages of PHM, using the HIT tools they have available to begin leveraging their patient data to improve care.
(45) Conversely, students who anticipate earning a significant income may limit the amount they repay by electing a "human capital option" (HCO) that contractually prevents a borrower from overpaying if they earn above a certain amount.
The major advantages connected with the network strategy of HCOs include (Matysiewicz 2007):
It is based on the Helsinki Corpus of Older Scots (HCOS), which covers the period from 1450 to 1700.
So, keeping the overall public health context in mind in dealing with cigarette smoking, what should HCOs do about vaping?
However, in accordance with growing government involvements in evaluating HCOs and the relevant features of IHEAP (e.g.
Taking a positive deviance perspective, we analyzed the applications of nine healthcare organizations (HCOs) that received the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award from 2002 to 2008.
The accreditation of healthcare organizations (HCOs) requires complex judgments involving coordination and consistency of assessments by peer surveyors.
1 :Low 2:Med 3:High HCOS: Innovation costs too high 0: Not exp.
According to the character of their activity, all healthcare organizations (HCOs) offering services through the internet can be divided into (Chmielarz, 1999):