But Lewis at the Academy for International Health Studies says the push for foreign patients is not just a response to bottom-line pressure in the U.
What does AIHS stand for?
AIHS stands for Academy for International Health Studies
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We have 9 other meanings of AIHS in our Acronym Attic
- Annual In-House Review
- Arab Institute for Human Rights
- Artificial Intelligence for Human Resources
- Asian Indians of Hampton Roads
- Association Internationale pour l'Histoire des Religions
- Asymmetric Intramolecular Heck Reaction
- Aurum Institute for Health Research
- All India Human Rights Association (New Delhi, India)
- Athens Ice Hockey Referees Association (Athens, Ohio)
- Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission
- Alexis I Dupont High School (Greenville, Delaware)
- American Institute of Health Sciences (Long Beach, CA)
- American Irish Historical Society (New York, NY)
- Australian International Hotel School
- Auto-Immune Hepatitis Support (website)
- Associação dos Industriais de Hotelaria e Similares do Algarve (Portugal)
- American Indian Heritage Support Center (Bentonville, AR)
- American Indian Head Start Quality Improvement Center
- American Institute of Health Technology (Boise, ID)
- American Institute of Holistic Theology
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com The Academy for International Health Studies and Managed Care On-Line[TM] have unveiled Global Health Resources.
At a recent meeting sponsored by the American Association of Health Plans and the Academy for International Health Studies, a group of managed care executives met in Mexico City to investigate international opportunities to export managed care expertise.
MCOL offer Global Health Resources in partnership with the Academy for International Health Studies (www.
It is not only appropriate, but essential, for hospital leaders to participate in this forum about improving the world's healthcare and fostering a robust private-public health sector mix," said Jonathan Lewis, president of the Academy for International Health Studies which organizes the Summit.
21, 2001 Forty American and overseas senior executive health leaders, organized by the Academy for International Health Studies, will spend May 12-17, 2001 in Santiago, Chile studying the local health system and exploring business and opportunities and challenges.
and the Academy for International Health Studies, Inc.
We felt it was not only appropriate, but essential, to provide them a forum on the state of the world's healthcare," said Jonathan Lewis, president of the Academy for International Health Studies which is organizing the Summit.