To measure ease of getting needed care ([alpha] = 0.
What does GNC stand for?
GNC stands for Getting Needed Care (health scale)
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We have 69 other meanings of GNC in our Acronym Attic
- Gaz Naturel Carburant (French: Natural Gas Fuel)
- Gaz Non Conventionnels (French: Unconventional Gas)
- Geek News Central (technology news)
- Gender Non-Conforming
- General Navigation Compute
- General Nutrition Centers
- General Nutrition Companies (nutritional supplements)
- General Nutrition Corporation (various locations)
- Generalized Nyquist Criterion
- Geriatric Nurse Certified (healthcare)
- Ghana National Council (Chicago, IL)
- Global Navigation Chart
- Globally Networked Customs (World Customs Organization)
- GMF Network Controller
- GMFSC Network Controller
- Gobierno Nacional Central (Colombia)
- Good News Club (Child Evangelism Fellowship)
- Governance and Nominating Committee (corporate governance)
- Graduated Non-Convexity (image processing algorithm)
- Gram Negative Cocci (bacteria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Many are in such a hurry to get back to their units and return to civilian life again, that they forgo getting needed care for TBI and PTSD symptoms.
Currently, hospitals in most areas decide on their own when and how often to go on diversion, which leads to a chaotic system and poses health risks to patients who may be delayed in getting needed care, said Dr.
Getting Needed Care and Services Sometimes, we take things for granted-like being able to open a door, climb stairs, fill out a form, or see or hear someone.
It also measures several other components of service including getting needed care, communication with providers, getting care quickly, getting special medical equipment and services, and getting prescription medicine.
In 2001, more than 41 million Americans reported difficulties in getting needed care, and 62% cited cost as the reason.
Another argument floated by opponents: Would some people with MSAs hold off getting needed care in order to have the savings at the end of the year?
The OIA report includes results of Veterans' inpatient and outpatient satisfaction surveys, which show that men and women Veterans reported similar satisfaction except in the Getting Care Quickly and Getting Needed Care outpatient sections.