A special joint project of the RCHN Community Health Foundation and the Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy at the George Washington University (GW) School of Public Health and Health Services, CHroniCles is a dynamic, multi-media website dedicated to the living history of the community health center movement in which each center documents its own history to create a comprehensive web-based tapestry that pieces together 50 years of history and service in urban and rural communities across the country.
What does CHF stand for?
CHF stands for Community Health Foundation (various locations)
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We have 153 other meanings of CHF in our Acronym Attic
- China History Forum
- Christiaan Huygens Foundation (Delft, The Netherlands)
- Christian Homeschoolers Fellowship
- Chronic Heart Failure
- Cold Hammer Forged (firearm barrels)
- Cold Hard Flash (Adobe Flash software)
- Colorado Health Foundation (Denver, CO)
- Common Humanitarian Fund (Sudan)
- Communication(s) Handling Facilities
- Community Health Facility (various organizations)
- Computer Hardware Fundamentals (course)
- Confoederatio Helvetia Franc (Swiss national currency)
- Congenital Hepatic Fibrosis
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Congregation of the Holy Family
- Consolidated History File
- Consumers' Health Forum of Australia
- Contactorgaan Hypothecair Financiers
- Container Handling Facility
- Contract/Contractor History File
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Other Cornell collaborators on the study, funded in part by a grant from the Community Health Foundation of Western & Central New York, included Karl Pillemer, associate dean for extension and outreach; Charles Henderson, senior research associate in human development; graduate student Emily Kahoe Chen; and Leslie Schultz, research support specialist at the Cornell Institute for Translational Research on Aging.
Joseph Community Health Foundation, and she plans to donate the $17,000 cash prize to that organization.
The study was funded by the Medcen Community Health Foundation and the Health Resources and Services Administration.
More specifically, Legacy wanted to design a quantitative decision model that would enable it to compare the amount of social value created for the community under current nonprofit operations to the amount of social value that would be created for the community if Legacy were to sell to a for-profit hospital management company and establish a community health foundation.