The study was funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, the National Library of Medicine, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute at the National Institutes of Health, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; it was also supported by OCHIN, formerly the Oregon Community Health Information Network, the Oregon Health & Science University Department of Family Medicine, and by the Multnomah County Health Department.
What does CHIN stand for?
CHIN stands for Community Health Information Network(s)
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We have 10 other meanings of CHIN in our Acronym Attic
- Corrective Measure Implementation Plan (quality control)
- Creation of Holidays for the International Monkey Population (humor)
- Centre for Health Information Management Research
- Coalition for Health Insurance Market Reform (Michigan)
- CI/HUMINT (Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence) Management System (US DoD)
- California Highway Information Network
- Canadian Heritage Information Network
- Children in Need Network (Zambia)
- Children's Health Information Network
- Congenital Heart Information Network (Philadelphia, PA)
- Christmas Headquarters in North Arctic
- Come Home I Need Action
- Communist Hackers In North America
- Child Nurture and Relief (est. 2001)
- Chinese National
- China International Contractors Association
- China and India (together, in world affairs)
- Chief of Information
- Child Health Institute of New Jersey
Samples in periodicals archive:
When discussions began to establish a health information exchange (HIE) at the Kittitas Valley Community Health Information Network (KVCHIN), the HIE was little more than a pipe dream.
com), has been live since 1994 (it started out as a community health information network, or CHIN, back in the 1990s, when CHINs were popular).
Oregon Community Health Information Network (OCHIN)
CHS specializes in serving community hospitals, rural health clinics, long term care facilities, medical groups and organizations participating in a community health information network.
Continued failure to achieve this value could well relegate HIEs to the dust bin of history, alongside the community health information networks (CHINs) of the last decade.
A response to this challenge is the development of community health information networks (CHINs).
The Ohio Valley Community Health Information Network (OVCHIN) is a community-based, consumer-defined, publicly- and privately-funded demonstration grant program developed to evaluate the efficacy of delivering health information to rural residents in southern Ohio and to the urban and suburban communities in the Cincinnati area.