QIO


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AcronymDefinition
QIOQuality Improvement Organization
QIOQuality Improvement Officer
QIOQueued Input Output
QIOQuality Improvement Opportunity
QIOQuality Inspection Operations
QIOQuality Inspection Office
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Maintains CDPQ as strategic partner - CDPQ's total commitment to Champion increases by approximately C$57 million, from US$100 million of long-term debt to C$185 million in preferred shares of QIO.
There was no significant relationship between [Q.sub.10] values and soil properties, and only a slight negative relationship between Qio and turnover rate when the Day 379 and Day 812 data were combined (Fig.
A Massachusetts facility was able to systematically eliminate resident alarms while experiencing a 32 percent reduction in its quarterly average for falls, according to data from the Massachusetts Quality Improvement Organization (QIO).
Brock is the chief medical officer and clinical coordinator at the Denver-based Colorado Foundation for Medical Care, which is the Medicare quality improvement organization (QIO) for the state of Colorado.
Twelve weeks daily consumption of omega-3 PUFA (1.12g of eicosapentaenoic and 0.72g docosa-hexaenoic acids) or coenzyme Qio (100 mg) significantly reduced serum PSA level in healthy men with a PSA[less than or equal to]2.5 ng/ml (Safarinejad et al.
In a parallel tradition from a nearby inland chiefdom of Noikoro, the foreign hero marries the native chief's own daughter, to give rise to a dominant clan called 'The Sharks' (Na Qio) (Brewster nd).
QIOs investigate individual patient complaints about the quality of care and respond to (1) requests for review of notices of noncoverage issued by hospitals to beneficiaries, and (2) requests for reconsideration of QIO decisions by beneficiaries, physicians, and hospitals.
MPRO serves as the federally designated quality improvement organization (QIO) for Michigan under contract with the U.S.
* Fijian na qio 'the shark' is borrowed in Fiji Hindi as nagio 'shark'.
Healthlnsight is an NRHI regional health improvement collaborative; an AHRQ-designated Chartered Value Exchange (CVE); an RWJ Foundation AF4Q community; a Medicare QIO, a state EQRO; a Regional Extension Center (REC) for Health Information Technology; an ONC Beacon Community; and a community health information exchange (HIE) organization.
The Ageing times used at the various temperatures were selected using the 10[degrees]C rule (Qio = 2) to be approximately equivalent to 48 weeks at 20[degrees]C and are shown in Table 1.
AFMC, a nonprofit with a mission to improve health care in Arkansas, is the states only federally designated QIO. Each state has its own Quality Improvement Organization,