1 and PeaceHealth--is a 10-bed critical access hospital that includes an expanded primary care and specialty clinic, cancer center, diagnostic and treatment services, an operating suite for outpatient procedures and a 24-hour emergency department with five beds.
What does CAH stand for?
CAH stands for Critical Access Hospital
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We have 140 other meanings of CAH in our Acronym Attic
- Comité d'Agrément des Hébergeurs (French: Approval Committee of Hosts)
- Complexe Argilo Humique (French: Clay-Humic Complex)
- Comportement Animal et Humain (French: Animal and Human Behavior)
- Computers and the Humanities
- Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
- Contact Action History
- Corporation of Advanced Hypnotherapy (UK)
- Cosine of Angle X = Adjacent Side Length / Hypotenuse Side Length (Right Angled Triangle)
- Crazy as Hell
- Creative Arts and Humanities (various organizations)
- Customer Assistance Handbook
- Cyanide and Happiness (web comic)
- Helicopter-Carrying Heavy Cruiser (US Navy)
- Chronic Active Hepatitis Type C
- chronic active hepatitis type B (infectious disease)
- Chronic Active Hepatitis and/or Liver Cirrhosis
- Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia 1 (tumor condition)
- Cadillac Area Hockey Association
- Calcium Hydroxylaptite
- California Academy for the Healing Arts
Samples in periodicals archive:
This goal directs the removal of medical abbreviations deemed as dangerous from drug databases in assisted living, long-term care, critical access hospitals, and other healthcare facilities.
House: D Your representative: D AHCA: C AAHSA: C CMS: C The media: F Selected Comments "Someone needs to look into the discrepancy in reimbursement rates between critical access hospitals and SNFs for patients receiving benefits under Medicare Part A.
GAO-03-372R January 2, 2003 GAO reviewed the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service's (CMS)new rule on revisions to payment policies under the physician fee schedule for calendar year 2003 and inclusion of registered nurses in the personnel provision of the critical access hospital emergency services requirement for frontier areas and remote locations.
Critical access hospitals have 25 beds or fewer and qualify for special Medicare funding, such as cost-based reimbursement.