LOC

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AcronymDefinition
LOCLibrary Of Congress
LOCLines Of Code (software development)
LOCLine Of Credit
LOCLevel Of Consciousness (medical)
LOCLocation
LOCLine of Control
LOCLocate(ing)
LOCLoss of Control
LOCLocality
LOCLetter Of Credit
LOCLength of Cut (measurement)
LOCLine of Coverage (insurance)
LOCLine of Communications (US DoD)
LOCLetter of Confirmation (various organizations)
LOCLevel of Care
LOCLoss of Consciousness
LOCLocative (vestigial Latin case)
LOCLeague of Champions (various locations)
LOCLines of Communication
LOCList of Contributors
LOCLemoyne-Owen College (Memphis, TN, USA)
LOCLocalizer (instrument flying)
LOCLength-of-Curve (stress metric)
LOCLeft of Center (Charlottesville, VA)
LOCLab On a Chip
LOCLearning outside the Classroom (various organizations)
LOCLow Operating Cost
LOCLevel Of Concern
LOCLexus Owners Club (car club)
LOCLife of Crime (game)
LOCLoop Online Control
LOCLocate
LOCLines of Code
LOCLocus of Control
LOCLesbians of Color (various locations)
LOCLand of Confusion
LOCLow Organic Carbon
LOCLeftover Crack (band)
LOCLost Opportunity Cost
LOCLetter of Commendation
LOCLetter of Compliance
LOCLateral Orbitofrontal Cortex
LOCLoss of Cell (delineation; ATMF)
LOCLoss of Cell
LOCLetter Of Consent
LOCLord of Chaos (Wheel of Time; book 6)
LOCLogic of Constraints
LOCLake Ontario Counties (Rochester, NY)
LOCLead On Chip
LOCLimiting Oxidant Concentration
LOCLoss of Containment
LOCLogistics Operations Center
LOCLoss of Continuity (Sprint-ATM)
LOCLearning Opportunity Center (various locations)
LOCLeague Online Community (National League of Cities)
LOCLocal Oversight Committee (Oak Ridge, Tennessee)
LOCLoan Origination Center
LOCLetter Of Counseling
LOCLand of Chocolate (band)
LOCLoop On-Line Control
LOCLaunch Operations Center
LOCLine Out Converter
LOCLoss of Carrier
LOCLoss of Clock (DSC)
LOCLimited Operational Capability
LOCLarge Optical Cavity
LOCLicense of Occupation
LOCLAN Operations Center
LOCLabuan Online Community
LOCLiquid Organic Cleaner (Amway)
LOCLevel of Operational Capability
LOCLaxative of Choice
LOCLowest Outgoing Channel
LOCLocal Operator Console
LOCLetter of notification of personnel Clearance
LOCOxygen Lance Cutting (welding)
LOCLunar Orbit Capture
LOCLondon Open College
LOCLoss of Channel (Cisco)
LOCLeft Outer Canthus
LOCLetter Of Conditions
LOCLords of Crabula (gaming clan)
LOCLockout Chamber
LOCLogical Output Channel
LOCLynn Operations Center
LOCLower Order Concern (writing)
LOCLove of Crip
LOCLife of Company
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To take into account the differences in care provided, the number of resident days is classified by the level of care.
We are very pleased with the results of these surveys, because they demonstrate that the McKesson VITAL Nurse Advice Line helps accurately identify a caller s needs and ensure that he or she is directed to the right level of care at the right time, said Naoise Colgan, Vice President, Care Management Solutions at McKesson.
The definition of an appropriate level of care for patients is essentially required for resource allocation decisions.
The trusts will receive extra money if they meet our standards, but it is widely accepted that trusts offering the highest level of care all the time reduce their running costs because re-admissions are less likely to occur, and there are less likely to be complications.
Providing information necessary to negotiate for the most appropriate care when a level of care is excluded or exhausted; and
The plan must address the level of care needed and determine the location in which it can best be provided and how it will be financed.
This review will look at how the process is working for patients and how it can be improved to ensure a consistently high level of care.
Questions that need to be addressed begin with the desired level of care the camp will be capable and willing to provide (e.
When completed, the building will offer monthly rentals commensurate with the level of care required, said Zaretsky.
What we need instead, argues Callahan, is a "sustainable," "steady-state" medicine, a health care system (preferably, a single-payer one) that would guarantee us a decent basic level of care and, in return, expect increased personal responsibility for health.
This is the next level of care and is analogous to a state structure.