VHA

AcronymDefinition
VHAValley Hope Association (Kansas)
VHAVeterans Health Administration
VHAVodafone Hutchison Australia (telecommunications)
VHAVillage Historique Acadien (French: Historic Acadian Village; Canada)
VHAVoluntary Health Agency
VHAVirus de l'Hépatite A (French: Hepatitis A)
VHAVariable Housing Allowance
VHAVery High Altitude
VHAVillages Homeowners Association
VHAVoluntary Hospitals Association
VHAVirtual Home Agent
VHAVilleurbanne Handball Association (France)
VHAVapor Hazard Area
VHAVermont Holstein-Friesian Association
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The researchers also found that the 10% of suicides who did not attend a VHA clinic in the last year of life consisted of a high number of racial and ethnic minorities, indicating a greater need for accessibility and outreach to minority veterans.
The SMCC RetuRN to Care team attended three face-to-face meetings conducted by VHA over the course of the first year.
Por todo lo anterior, es evidente que la prevencion de las infecciones por los virus de la hepatitis debe incluir una educacion efectiva sobre las vias de transmision de los virus (fecal-oral, VHA y VHE; parenteral-sexual, VHB y VHC); asi como un analisis de la calidad del agua potable y optimizar la sanitizacion en las comunidades.
While the individual hospitals will still be allowed to make independent purchasing decisions, there is a stated commitment to pursue product standardization through the VHA SupplyNetworks program to further improve cost savings.
The Arkansas-Oklahoma network is one of 16 regional networks sponsored by the VHA, the Irving, Texas, firm that helps nearly 1,350 nonprofit hospitals across the country improve group buying power and supports clinical and operational performance.
10 December 2010 - US-based healthcare staffing and workforce solutions company AMN Healthcare (NYSE: AHS) announced yesterday that it has amended its agreement between its Nursefinders division and VHA Inc to expand the scope of its provider relationship.
In September 2008, we reported that VHA recorded over $6.9 billion of miscellaneous obligations for the procurement of mission-related goods and services in fiscal year 2007.
The contract covers service management for VHA's core, transmission and radio networks, as well as equipment supply for its core network.
Because most VHA, UHC and Provista members were already purchasing a portion of their noninjectable generics from the four distributors, the transition to the new program was almost seamless, Hunt says.
Applying this taxonomy, health care services--such as those provided by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA)--would be classified as high-contact, as patients typically engage in face to face interaction, sometimes involving physical contact and personal information.
Were excited to see what comes next for these teams, said Suzanne Shirley, VHA National Entrepreneur in Residence during the 2019 MIT DC Grand Hack.
Warfarin, the only OAC previously available, is a vitamin-K antagonist that requires regular therapeutic drug monitoring and dose adjustment at specialized VHA anticoagulation clinics.