HSCN

AcronymDefinition
HSCNHighland Senior Citizens Network (est. 1995; UK)
HSCNHomeopathy for Special Needs Children
HSCNHybrid Symmetrical Condensed Node
References in periodicals archive ?
field components were performed by virtue of a uniform spatial grid made of HSCN nodes having size [DELTA]l = 0.
analysis in the three-dimensional model of the GTEM cell makes use of a sinusoidal voltage signal impressed at the HSCN nodes of section z = 0.
In particular, the total number of elementary HSCN nodes used to simulate the whole GTEM cell is 183800, whereas the number of time steps is equal to 1000.
Formation of HSCN molecules from the deprotonated form of thiourea in the complex [ReO[L.
HSCN will provide a robust and secure network as well as helping to reduce costs.
The HSCN is designed to offer an interoperable network between health and social care organisations, both within the NHS and outside.
Many are unaware of the options that will become available to them through the HSCN and the benefits that being able to shop around will offer.
They need to talk through what steps are needed to effect a smooth transition to the HSCN, what the best fit is for their organisation and to ensure patient services are not affected.
These include ensuring all NHS organisations have access to a robust, reliable and secure network; communicating the changes that HSCN will bring; and putting in place measures which will ensure service to patients is not impacted while this switch-over takes place.
Zack Pandor, director of Countywide IT Services, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: HSCN will undoubtedly bring flexibility which currently does not exist under the N3 network, but what is most important for Gloucestershire is the ability to create truly integrated and connected services.