ONHA

AcronymDefinition
ONHAOptic Nerve Head Analyzer
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ONHA's certification process is estimated to begin in early 2016.
We also controlled for the effects of nursing homes' linkages to two important institutional actors (Baum and Oliver, 1991): (1) membership in the Ontario Nursing Homes' Association (ONHA) and (2) Accredited Care Center (ACC) status, which affords eligibility for extended-care benefits under the Health Insurance Act.
In May the Organic and Natural Health Association (ONHA) filed a citizen's petition arguing that dietary ingredient suppliers should be held to the same GMP requirements as product manufacturers.
"Neither the existing regulations governing dietary ingredients and finished dietary supplements nor the proposed rules under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) adequately address the quality manufacturing of dietary ingredients," argued Todd Harrison, partner with Venable, LLP, and president of ONHA. "Moreover, neither justifies the exclusion of dietary ingredient suppliers from the responsibility to manufacture products in accordance with quality standards.
As discussed in the recent citizens petition by the Organic and Natural Health Association (ONHA), neither the existing regulations governing dietary ingredients and finished dietary supplements nor the proposed rules under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) adequately address the quality manufacturing of dietary ingredients.
Oddly, outside of the Organic and Natural Health Association (ONHA), a new industry trade group that includes consumer members, the industry was relatively quiet on this consent decree even though its potential chilling effect is significant.