NUBC

AcronymDefinition
NUBCNational Uniform Billing Committee
NUBCNational Undergraduate Bioethics Conference (American Society of Bioethics and Humanities)
NUBCNewcastle University Boat Club (UK and Australia)
NUBCNational Union of Backward Classes (India)
NUBCNewcastle United Baptist Church (Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada)
NUBCNottingham University Boat Club (UK)
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Ten years later (2007) the NUBC added it to the UB (largely driven by Medicare's need to identify hospital acquired conditions for payment restriction, required by Deficit Reduction Act of 2005) (Iezzoni 2007), and by 2009 at least 38 states collected it on some or all of their discharge records (Kassed et al.
The NCVHS report was provided to the NUBC for use in its deliberations and is being used by CDC to guide state E-coding activities.
We removed discharges with reserved service codes according to NUBC because they do not have universal labels that are applicable to all hospitals across the nine states.
President of the club Dan Cupit said: "At NUBC, we have a tradition of naming our boats after people who have had strong links with the club, so we felt that John and Claire's suggestion of naming the new boat to remember Vicky was a really good idea."
NUBC men's captain James Stevenson said: "The Siemens Boat Race of the North was part of a fantastic weekend of sport in Newcastle as we were part of the European Rugby Finals celebrations.
Alex Leigh of NUBC said: "The Regatta was a great success for the women's squad, with the flagship result being our gold medal from the Championship Eights, the blue riband event - and this was only the second time the club has won that race.
The event was hosted by Colin Blackburn, director of sport at Newcastle University, and included a talk by head of rowing Angelo Savarino, who highlighted the ethos of NUBC and future developments there.
NUBC scooped four gold, seven silver and three bronze medals, retaining the Men's Victor Ludorum title and improving on the successes of the 2017 event.
NUBC also took victory in the men's and women's Championship Eights races, completing the 700-metre course in 1min 49.8sec.
Competing at the BUCS Fours and Eights Head on the River Tyne, NUBC scooped four gold, seven silver and three bronze medals.
Newcastle University Boat Club (NUBC) rowers have now won this event three times since it began in 2004, making the university the most successful at this challenge.
Newcastle was the top-ranked university for rowing in the 2015/16 British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) League with Newcastle University Boat Club (NUBC) winning the overall Victor Ludorum on the river Tyne in February and at the BUCS Regatta in May.