Launched in 1990, MDH was established to aid small rural hospitals.
What does SRH stand for?
SRH stands for Small Rural Hospital (classification)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of SRH
We have 67 other meanings of SRH in our Acronym Attic
- Self Regional Healthcare (South Carolina)
- Self-Reported Health (public health)
- Sequential Rough Handling
- Service des Ressources Humaines
- Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Shockley-Read-Hall (recombination/statistics)
- Siem Reap Airways, Cambodia (ICAO code)
- Singing River Hospital (Pascagoula, MS)
- Sir Rowland Hill Ltd. (Germany)
- Slow Reversal-Hold (PNF technique)
- So-Cal Ruthless Hardcore
- Societe de Refinancement Hypothecaire (French: Mortgage Refinance Company; Algeria)
- Société des Régates du Havre (French: Regatta Society Havre; Havre, France)
- Société Royale d'Harmonie
- Somatotropin Releasing Hormone
- Southern Region Headquarters (US NOAA)
- Spanton Residence Hall (University of Akron)
- Sperm Retention Headache
- State Registered Hairdresser (UK)
- Stepped Rectangular Horn (antenna)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A dearth of broadband is just one hurdle small rural hospitals face in implementing an electronic health record and meeting the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' meaningful use regulations, especially as the emphasis shifts toward health information exchange.
ORHQN was able to apply their Small Rural Hospital Improvement Grant Program (SHIP) funds as a match for a federal grant program that originated in the ARRA Stimulus Package.
The service covers a region of 132,000 square kilometers and each year performs over 1200 missions to rescue people from accident scenes and transport critically ill patients from small rural hospitals to larger regional centres.
According to "2008 Mental Health Needs in Rural Hospital Emergency Departments," a survey of 10 rural critical access hospitals released by the Foundation for Healthy Communities, many of the Granite State's small rural hospitals --the first place residents often seek assistance with mental health issues--don't have all the necessary resources to treat mental illnesses, forcing patients to be stabilized then transported elsewhere for care.
Together we have achieved some great wins for our small rural hospital.
Detection of antimicrobial resistance by small rural hospital microbiology laboratories: comparison of survey responses with current NCCLS laboratory standards.
The $200 million one-time transition fund includes: * $91 million to cover severance costs; * $65 million to reward hospitals who have financial difficulties but are working to become more efficient; * $5 million to reward balanced hospitals, including the most efficient "pacesetter" hospitals; * a $20 million bridge funding to assist hospitals that need significant assistance to bring their budgets under control; * $19 million for small rural hospitals that have small operating bases and difficulty integrating services with other providers because of their isolation.