A free app from the American College of Physicians is designed to make it easier for health workers to identify vaccines for patients.
What does ACP stand for?
ACP stands for American College of Physicians
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- Alternate Command Post
- Alternate Complement Pathway
- Alternate Compliance Program
- Alternating Current Polarography
- Alternative Certification Program (for educators)
- Aluminum Composite Panel
- Ambulance Control Point (various organizations)
- American Centrifuge Project (uranium enrichment technology)
- American Chamber Players
- American College of Pediatricians
- American College of Prosthodontists
- American College of Psychiatrists
- American Conservative Party (political group)
- American Cotton Producers
- Americans for Computer Privacy
- Ammunition Control Point
- Analyse en Composante Principale
- Analytical Cellular Pathology (journal)
- Ancillary Control Program
- Anesthesia Care Provider (healthcare)
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Agreement to Yield Practical Resources for Medical Professionals NEW YORK, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- McGraw-Hill Professional will soon deliver the extensive experience, practical knowledge and authority of the American College of Physicians (ACP) to medical professionals and students worldwide through a new co-publishing agreement.
American College of Physicians has launched a free, interactive Diabetes Portal, with physician tools and disease management resources for patients in English and Spanish.
PHILADELPHIA -- PHILADELPHIA, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- The nation's second largest medical organization has adopted a new corporate name: American College of Physicians (ACP).
ATCC (American Type Culture Collection) today announced that the Medical Laboratory Evaluation division of the American College of Physicians (ACP) has joined the ATCC Proficiency Standard program, which provides authenticated microorganisms and other biological materials for use in the manufacture of laboratory proficiency test panels.
He is board-certified in internal medicine and is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.
Since moving into its existing building in 1989, the American College of Physicians has merged with the American Society of Internal Medicine and increased its staff from 180 in 1989 to its current nearly 400-person payroll.
Moskowitz, "The American College of Physicians has long been the most prestigious organization in the United States for internists.