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What does OSHI stand for?

OSHI stands for Office of Special Health Issues (US Food and Drug Administration)

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

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  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.

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America * FDA and Patient Interactions on Benefit/Risk Determinations, James Valentine, Program Analyst, Office of Special Health Issues, Food and Drug Administration * Patient Access to Pain Management , Stephanie Trunk and Joanne Hawana, Associates, Arent Fox; Lisa Pearlstein, Pain Medicine and Regulatory Lobbyist, American Society of Anesthesiologists Future areas that the coalition may focus on include the implementation of Health Insurance Exchanges and Essential Health Benefits packages, Medicaid expansion, expanded use of Health Information Technology and the proposed research methodology that will guide the activities of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).
An e-mail list has been established by the Division of Antiviral Drug Products (Center for Drug Evaluation and Research) and the Office of Special Health Issues (Office of the Commissioner) of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to provide updates on safety and regulatory issues related to HIV/AIDS products.
If you are in doubt about whether an HIV home test kit you are considering using is approved, or if you have other questions related to HIV home test kits, you may call the HIV/AIDS Program of the FDA, in the Office of Special Health Issues for further information about this topic.