The ACR criteria follows principles developed by the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), relying heavily on validity, reliability, reproducibility, applicability, flexibility, clarity, multidisciplinary development, scheduled review and documentation.
What does AHCRP stand for?
AHCRP stands for Agency for Health Care Policy
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Apple Hill Chamber Players
- Army Hazard Classification Program
- Army Hearing Conservation Program (US Army)
- Association of Health Care Professionals (London, UK)
- Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (now Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, AHRQ)
- Association of Higher Civil and Public Servants (Ireland)
- Alliance for Health Care Research (Studer Group)
- American Health Care Recruiting (staffing company; California)
- Austrian Hotel Contract Regulations
- Australian Health Care Reform Alliance
- Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (Rockville, MD)
- Ad Hoc Committee on Reporting Standards
- Achievement House Charter School (Bryn Marw, Pennsylvania)
- Adams-Hanover Counseling Services (Hanover, PA)
- Adaptive Hierarchical Coding Scheme
- Air Hub Control System
- Another Halo Comic Strip
- Australian Home Care Services Pty. Ltd. (Victoria, Australia)
- Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia
- Ad Hoc Committee on Sexual Abuse
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Agency for Health Care Policy and Research identified incontinence as one of the risk factors in the development of pressure ulcers and made recommendations for preventing incontinence dermatitis that could lead to ulcer formation.
Today, providers are being held accountable--clinically and financially--to heal wounds, using evidence-based protocols and nationally accepted clinical practice guidelines, such as those found in the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research's (now known as the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) Treatment of Pressure Ulcers.
This challenge is particularly important for government research groups such as the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR).
The Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR) cites studies indicating that one in four women ages 30 to 59 has experienced urinary incontinence.
These individuals may work for large meta-analytic projects such as those funded through the PORT (Patient Outcomes Research Team) grants of the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research or for a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded clinical research center (CRC) on a specific disease or syndrome.