``Often what happens is that these facilities that are financially challenged in the competitive environment sometimes are not an attractive business opportunity for the for-profit,'' said Bud Lee, president of the California Association of Catholic Hospitals.
What does CACH stand for?
CACH stands for California Association of Catholic Hospitals
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- Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution
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- Chicago Area Consolidated Hub
- Chicago Area Consolidation Hub (United Parcel Service)
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- Childhood Ataxia with Cerebral Hypomyelination
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These organizations include the California School Boards Association, California Teachers Association, California Medical Association, California Correctional Peace Officers Association, California Nurses Association, California Association of Catholic Hospitals, California Child Care Resource and Referral Network, Children's Institute International, Consortium to Prevent Child Abuse and the Los Angeles Police Projective League.
Among the groups that support Runner's legislation, which was introduced last week, are the California Nurses Association, Americans for Death with Dignity, the Congress of California Seniors and the California Association of Catholic Hospitals.