PPAC


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AcronymDefinition
PPACProvidence Performing Arts Center (Rhode Island)
PPACPromotional Products Association of Canada
PPACPlanned Parenthood Affiliates of California
PPACParallel-Plate Avalanche Counter (gas counter)
PPACPacific Plan Action Committee
PPACProgressive Pseudorheumatoid Arthropathy of Childhood
PPACPharmacy Practice Activity Classification
PPACProspective Payment Assessment Commission
PPACPracticing Physician's Advisory Council
PPACPurchased Power Adjustment Charge (utility billing)
PPACProduct Performance Agreement Center
PPACPublic Protection Advisory Committee
PPACPerfect Practice Athletic Center (Tulsa, OK)
PPACPacific Pilotage Authority Canada
PPACPolicy and Planning Committee (Wisconsin)
PPACPersian Political Action Committee (Orange County, CA)
PPACPriority Planning Advisory Committee (Arizona)
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Yousef said that under the Constitution and the PPAC law, no authority has the right to intervene in determining the activities of the Communist Party within its own premises or to require prior authorization.
I can easily see the PPAC model adopted by business schools across the country," said Dr.
Previous deadlines, such as the March 1 requirement to use an NPI for all primary provider fields, have already created payment backlogs, said several PPAC members who complained they have dedicated hours of staff time to digging up NPI numbers manually because their software has not been updated to meet the new requirements.
Higgins and the PPAC representatives also discussed the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act (S.
Students accepted into the PPAC program will receive the kinds of practical, relevant experience necessary to obtain employment positions normally associated with two or more years of on-the-job training.
PPAC members urged CMS officials to use what influence they have to encourage lawmakers to do so again based on the recommendation from the Medicare Payment Advisory Commisssion that physician pay be increased by 2.
Although the PPAC recommendation calls on CMS to take action, only Congress has the statutory authority to fix the formula.
The Practicing Physicians Advisory Council (PPAC) no longer has the time or the resources to deal with issues affecting both Medicare and Medicaid, Thomas Grissom said at a meeting of the PPAC of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The PPAC, formed in 1958 by business and labor leaders, undertook research and educational activities on economic policy issues.
Stack says that staff and legislative counsel will provide PPAC members with regular intelligence reports on public policy developments that affect the security industry to help them decide which issues to monitor and when to contact Congress about a specific concern.
Fitch views this concern as manageable given UI's historical use of the PPAC to cover comparable costs and supportive language in the state's restructuring legislation.
He said the legal department at the PPAC told them that they would consider the complaint and respond to it in September.