We found that when clinics in Rwanda expanded AIDS services, these efforts had no adverse effect on other types of health care," said study author Donald Shepard, PhD, of the Brandeis University Schneider Institute for Health Policy.
What does IHP stand for?
IHP stands for Institute for Health Policy (various locations)
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We have 182 other meanings of IHP in our Acronym Attic
- Indian Housing Plan (US HUD)
- Indicated Horsepower
- individual Health Plan
- Individualized Habilitation Plan
- Individuals and Households Program (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
- Indoor Health and Productivity Project (US EPA)
- Industrial Hygiene Program (various organizations)
- Industrial Hygiene Program (various schools)
- Innovative Health Products (Largo, FL)
- Institut Henri Poincaré
- Institutional Hearing Program (US Department of Justice)
- Integral Horsepower
- Integrated Healthcare Publishers
- International Harmonization Project (oncology)
- International Health Plan
- International Home Products (various locations)
- International Humanitarian Partnership
- International Hydrological Programme
- Interstellar Heliopause Probe (European Space Agency)
- Iraqi Highway Patrol
Samples in periodicals archive:
Interviewers contacted set numbers of people in different economic and social groups within each country, a method that may not yield a truly representative sample, says internist Lisa Schwartz of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice in Lebanon, N.
The report draws on country profiles developed by the Institute for Health Policy, as well as analysis of surveys, regulatory and budget documents, and peer-reviewed publications.
He also served on the boards of the New Hampshire Area Health Education Center, the New Hampshire Institute for Health Policy and Practice as well as the Health New Hampshire 2010 Leadership Council.
Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies (from 1993 to 2008) to his new position as the Director of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute (2008 to present).
a leader behind the ACO concept, and director of population health and policy at Dartmouth's Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice.