Health care organizations positioned to deliver big on service stand to gain as a preferred referral source, with a wad of steady patients and a healthy bottom line.
What does HCO stand for?
HCO stands for Health Care Organization
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of HCO
We have 58 other meanings of HCO in our Acronym Attic
- Human Concentrative Nucleoside Transporter
- Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit (Northumbria University; UK)
- Hillsborough County Neighborhood Watch Association (Tampa, FL)
- Harvard Club of New York
- Housing Corporation of New Zealand
- Harvard College Observatory
- HC Orsteds Institute (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Head of Contracting Office
- Health Care Officer
- Health Care Ombudsman (Vermont)
- Hearing Carry-Over
- Heavy Cycle Oil
- Heights Chamber Orchestra (Cleveland Heights, OH)
- Helicopter Control Officer
- Hierarchical Cycloid Overlay (algorithms)
- Hollister Company (clothing line)
- Honor Code Office (Brigham Young University; Utah)
- Hubbard Communications Office (Scientology)
- Human Capital Office (various companies and government agencies)
- Human Capital Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
It amends the AICPA audit and accounting guide Health Care Organizations to address how nongovernmental, not-for-profit health care organizations should report gains or losses on hedging and non-hedging derivative instruments under FASB Statement no.
The SOP amends the AICPA Audit and Accounting Guide Health Care Organizations to address how nongovernmental not-for-profit health care organizations should report gains or losses on hedging and nonhedging derivative instruments under FASB Statement No.
4) These should begin with a definition of "conflict of interest," because everyone in a health care organization may not understand what a conflict of interest is and why they must be responsibly managed.
This goes beyond intrinsic attributes that a health care organization would expect of virtually any candidate it was considering--integrity, trustworthiness, and conviction.
Using internal mediators, a health care organization can address disputes before they escalate.