SNFSSpecial Number Field Sieve
SNFSStornext File System (ADIC)
SNFSSchool Night for Scouting (recruiting opportunity for the Boy Scouts of America)
SNFSSpent Nuclear Fuel Storage
SNFSStudent Naval Flight Surgeon
SNFSSecure Network File System (Unix client-server technology)
SNFSServerless Network File System
SNFSSeaman Food Service Specialist (US Coast Guard chef)
SNFSSign and Forward System
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We used an MA contract fixed-effect model to compare patients from the same contract admitted to SNFs with different levels of provider concentration.
To a lesser extent, the project pool account insures mortgages on SNFs, elderly assisted-living residences, and retail and community service projects.
(NYSE: NHI) has acquired two Texas, US-based skilled nursing facilities (SNF) for USD 29m, the company said.
The trend for ADLs indicates that 95.2 percent of Medicare admissions to SNFs need help with four of the five primary ADLs.
UnitedHealth has neither admitted nor denied Scheiderman's findings, but it has agreed in a settlement with Schneiderman to let the SNFs in its commercial-plan networks decide whether or not they want to serve the I-SNP patients.
Given the fact that SNFs are a non-urgent care provider of health care, the operations thereof have many moving parts, and thus are a business of their own.
(1) In contrast to a malpractice complaint, lawsuits against nursing homes and SNFs typically involve allegations of a pattern of neglect and abuse rather than any single incident of negligence.
SNFs are of two types: hospital-based, which are located within acute-care hospitals, and freestanding, which operate within freestanding nursing facilities.
The characterization of SNFs was carried out by optical absorption spectroscopy and scanning electron microscope (SEM).
Repeat hospital-SNF visits were much higher for patients in freestanding SNFs and in for-profit SNFs, Ms.