ActaMed's clients include Allina Health System, United HealthCare Corporation, Edgewater Medical Center and the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association.
What does GDAHA stand for?
GDAHA stands for Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association
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- Groupement des Artisans et Entreprises (French: Artisans and Businesses Group)
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- Groupement de Développement en Arboriculture Fruitière (French: Fruit Tree Development Group)
- Georgia Department of Agriculture
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- Georgia Department of Archives and History
- Gestion du Développement et de l'Action Humanitaire (French: Development Management and Humanitarian Action)
- Greater Detroit Area Health Council
- Greater Dayton Area Health Information Network
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- Greater Destiny Assemblies International
- General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
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Samples in periodicals archive:
DAYTON, Ohio -- The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA) today announced its partnership with HealthBridge, a not-for-profit health information exchange located in Cincinnati, to establish health information exchange services for the Greater Dayton region.
ActaMed was instrumental in the creation of a health data network for the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association (GDAHA), a consortium of 23 hospitals and approximately 2,000 physicians.
The three organizations announced today join Mercy Health Services of Iowa which announced its intent to deliver an integrated health information network in February of 1996, and the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association which announced its plans at HIMSS '95.