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What does FHCQ stand for?

FHCQ stands for Federally Qualified Health Centers (CMMS)

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The study was based on an analysis of visits in the 2006-2008 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey and compared performance of federally qualified health centers and private medical practices on 18 quality measures.
The following care settings are impacted by this proposal: * Clinics, rehabilitation agencies and public health agencies that provide outpatient physical therapy and speech-language-pathology services; * Comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facilities; * Critical access hospitals; * Home health agencies; * Hospices; * Hospitals; * Long-term care facilities; * Ambulatory surgical centers; * Portable X-ray services; and * Rural health clinics and federally qualified health centers.
John Providence Health System, the Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford Health System, Oakwood Health System, the Detroit and Wayne County Health Departments, the Detroit-area Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), Wayne State University School of Medicine and an array of Wayne County social service organizations.