PHI

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AcronymDefinition
PHIProtected Health Information (HIPAA Administrative Simplification Provision)
PHIPhilosophy
PHIPersonal Health Information
PHIPatient Health Information
PHIPrivate Health Insurance
PHIPublic Health Institute
PHIPepco Holdings, Inc. (Newark, DE)
PHIPrograma Hidrológico Internacional (Spanish: International Hydrological Program)
PHIParaprofessional Healthcare Institute
PHIPre-Harvest Interval (pesticide use)
PHIPhysical Electronics
PHIPublic Health Investigation (various locations)
PHIPermanent Health Insurance
PHIPublic Health Informatics
PHIPost-Polio Health International
PHIPackard Humanities Institute
PHIPiedmont Heart Institute (Atlanta, GA)
PHIPetroleum Helicopters Inc
PHIPublic Health Inspector (Canada)
PHIPublic Humanities Initiative (University of California, Santa Barbara)
PHIPublic Health Intelligence
PHIPlatform High
PHIPopulation Health Impact
PHIPersonal History Interview (life/health underwriting)
PHIProvincial Homelessness Initiative (British Columbia, Canada)
PHIPharmacie Humanitaire Internationale (French: Humanitarian International Pharmacy)
PHIPacket Handler Interface
PHIpre-harvest inspection (timber harvesting)
PHIPhotonic Hit Indicator
PHIPrecision Hardware, Inc. (manufacturers of exit hardware)
PHIProcess Hat Industries, PLLC (consulting engineers)
PHIPineiro, Brazil (Airport Code)
PHIPhosphoexose Isomerase
PHIPorter Hetu International
PHIPacific Health Information Network
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The methodology is needed to assess population health impacts of large-scale initiatives-including energy efficiency upgrades and ventilation standards-that affect indoor air quality (IAQ).
I also gratefully acknowledge the support of the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute [Major Program Grant #701019] to the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact.
Source of Funding: The author is supported by a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Fellowship for Population Intervention for Chronic Disease Prevention administered by the CIHR Training Grant in Population Intervention for Chronic Disease Prevention: A Pan-Canadian Program (PICDP) at the Propel Centre for Population Health Impact at the University of Waterloo.
Comparing the population health impacts of medical conditions using routinely collected health care utilization data: nature and sources of variability.
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