1990s 1993: The Accreditation Manual for Hospitals was reorganized around patient care and organization functions to shift the focus from an organization's capability to perform to its actual performance.
What does AMH stand for?
AMH stands for Accreditation Manual for Hospitals
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We have 93 other meanings of AMH in our Acronym Attic
- Asociación Mundial de Las Guías Scout (Spanish: World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts)
- Association for Modern German Studies (UK; est. 1983)
- Automatic Microcode Generation System
- Air Mobile Ground Security and Surveillance System
- Adenoviral Mediated Gene Transfer
- Association des Maires des Grandes Villes de France (French: Association of Mayors of the Large Cities of France)
- Allied Military Government Venezia Guilia
- A Martiniquan's Head (pirate flag)
- Abington Memorial Hospital (Abington, PA)
- About Minority Health (US CDC)
- Action Mental Health (UK)
- Adventist Midwest Health (Illinois)
- All Material Handling (Chicago, IL)
- Alliance Mobile Health
- Alumni Memorial Hall (university)
- American Material Handling (various locations)
- Anaheim Marriott Hotel (Anaheim, CA)
- Anatomically Modern Human
- Anti Microbial Handwash
- Anti-Müllerian Hormone
Samples in periodicals archive:
For example, detailed information about hospital security standards is derived from the Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Hospitals.
11) Shift in focus In 1993, JCAHO's Accreditation Manual for Hospitals shifted its focus from measuring a hospital's capabilities to measuring its actual performance.
] Accreditation Manual for Hospitals, 1994 Edition.
Their performance is subject to JCAHO standards for nurses detailed in the Accreditation Manual for Hospitals.
JCAHO scoring guidelines are listed in the agency's 1992 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals.
18) In JCAHO's 1994 Accreditation Manual for Hospitals and the president's column in its newsletter Perspectives, one can follow the vision of that organization for health care organizations to strive for performance improvement as we quantify, and reduce variation.