HHCS

AcronymDefinition
HHCSHereditary Hyperferritinemia Cataract Syndrome
HHCSHex Head Cap Screw
HHCSHospital & Healthcare Compensation Service (Oakland, NJ)
HHCSHuber Heights City Schools (Ohio)
HHCSHome Health Care Services LLC
HHCSHigh-Altitude Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Syndrome
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"The HHCS multidisciplinary approach for wound management was launched due to increased community demand and is an important part of HMC's strategy to decentralize services.
Conclusion: HHCS was first reported in 1995 by Girelli et al.
As the Army undergoes another transformation from BSTBs to brigade engineer battalions (BEBs), the question of how to exercise mission command with respect to the brigade HHC remains relevant.
Within an active surveillance program, HHCs of 9 MB and 1 PB patients from a leprosy-endemic village (coded as A3-1*) were first assessed for leprosy by physical examination in early 2008.
Census Bureau (Bureau) had planned to rely heavily on automation in conducting the 2010 Census, including using handheld computers (HHC) to verify addresses.
Oman National Engineering and Investment Company (ONEIC) has awarded a contract to Towell-take Solutions (TTS) to update its handheld computers (HHC) used to read electricity and water meters across Oman, a press release informed.
No iron overload is associated with hereditary hyperferritinemia cataract syndrome (HHCS) (13,14), which is due to mutations in the 5' untranslated region (UTR) of FTL (ferritin, light polypeptide).
This increased capability, however, required additional support to the sustainment brigade headquarters, whose administrative responsibilities go above and beyond those of the traditional headquarters and headquarters companies (HHCs) that were found in DISCOMs and CSGs.
Influenza immunization is currently recommended for all household contacts (HHCs) of children less than 5 years of age and of children with chronic medical conditions, and is particularly important in protecting children less than 6 months of age who are too young to be immunized, noted Dr.
AL administrators in facilities with annual revenues of $2.5 million or more made an average of $67,692, while those at facilities with less than $2.5 million in annual revenues averaged $54,621, according to HHCS. In addition, assisted living administrators received an average bonus of roughly 14 percent of their salary, the association reported.
Reutter bought out the partner in 1985 and wanted to concentrate on printed products for hospitals, a business that Paveza says did not materialize at once." [Specialty Tape & Label is owned by a company called Hospital Health Care Systems (HHCS), of which Paveza is president; he is listed as vice president of Specialty, but runs both companies.