VH

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AcronymDefinition
VHVan Halen
VHVery High
VHVan Helsing (movie)
VHVirtual Hospital
VHVampire Hunter (movie)
VHVertical Horizon (band)
VHVisible Human (National Library of Medicine)
VHVoyage Home (Star Trek Movie)
VHVirtual Host (Apache webserver)
VHViolet Hold (World of Warcraft)
VHVista Hermosa (Guatemala real estate developers)
VHVaginal Hysterectomy
VHHorizontal Velocity (maximum air velocity in level flight)
VHAmbulance Plane (US Navy)
VHVladimir Horowitz (classical pianist)
VHVapor Heated (chemical processing)
VHVery Humorous
VHVenus Hum (band)
VHVirtual Hug
VHVIP Helicopter (prefix used to describe US presidential helicopters)
VHVandal Hearts (gaming)
VHVisual Hallucination
VHVote Health (Oakland, CA)
VHNavy Rescue Squadron (US Navy)
VHVertical Transmit, Horizontal Receive (antenna polarization)
VHVentilation Haute (French: High-Level Ventilator)
VHVehicle Heading
VHVacuum Hohlraum
VHValve House
VH[not an acronym] prefix to Australian registered civil aircraft
VHNavy Air-Sea Rescue Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1930s to 1940s)
VHVentilation Heterogeneity
VHVirtuts Homòlogues (Catalan band)
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An extra $21 million has been allocated through Vote Health to support air ambulance services, emergency road ambulance services and ambulance communications centres over the next four years.
Responding to a post-Budget analysis of Vote Health prepared by the Council of Trade Unions, Musa and Brookes describe the $107 million shortfall in this year's budget for public health services as "irresponsible".
And, when November 6th rolls around, Vote Health Care
AS VOTING FINALLY GETS UNDER WAY FOR THE ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS, DANIEL FISHER TAKES ONE LAST GLANCE AT WHAT THE BIG FOUR PARTIES ARE PLEDGING IN ORDER TO WIN YOUR VOTE HEALTH All parties are upbeat, focusing on investment rather than cuts (despite budgets likely to be cut by around 18% over three years).
We get them via e-mail, snail mail and telephone--people wanting us to vote business or vote God or vote health care, Social Security, education or national debt.
As the discussion groups began meeting, representatives for Vote Health Coalition, an alliance of progressive health organizations, railed against rationing as "barbaric.
856 billion to Vote Health and $192 million to ACC.
His analysis of Vote Health in last year's Budget, stated it was an estimated $248 million less than what was needed to cover announced new services, increasing costs, population growth and the needs of an ageing population.
This new service is being supported by the extra $888 million invested into Vote Health this year, taking the total to $16.
No-one would have wanted to sit through a PowerPoint presentation on the Vote Health flow chart or on government spending as a percentage of GDP.
2 million over four years to fund the new policy through Vote Health in partnership with ACC.
The bulk of Vote Health goes to district health boards (DHBs) which get $11.