These practices are "in alliance with (the state goal of) patient-centered care," said Jeanene Smith, administrator for the Oregon Health Authority's office of health policy and research.
What does OHP stand for?
OHP stands for Office of Health Policy (various locations)
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- Ontario Home Ownership Savings Plan
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (comics)
- Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin
- Observatoire de Haute-Provence (French observatory)
- Occupational Health Physician
- Occupational Health Program (various organizations)
- Occupational Health Psychology
- Ocean Hemispheres Project
- Ochotnicze Hufce Pracy (Polish: Volunteer Labor Corps)
- Office of Health Promotion
- Office of Health Protection (various locations)
- Office of Historic Preservation
- Ohio Highway Patrol
- Oklahoma Highway Patrol (Oklahoma Department of Public Safety)
- One Hour Photo (movie)
- One Hundred Percent
- Open House Party (radio show)
- Open Humanities Press
- Operation Head Pigeon (Invader Zim fan club)
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I have been head of Oregon's Office of Health Policy for a year now and want to reflect on my experience.
The information is included in an unaudited financial statement McKenzie-Willamette filed with the Oregon Office of Health Policy and Research in accordance with state law.
Gang Xu, PhD, is a project director in the Office of Health Policy and Clinical Outcomes at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pa.
Federal safety-net health care spending: 2001: $546 per uninsured person 2004: $498 per uninsured person - Sources: Oregon Office of Health Policy & Research; Harvard law professor Elizabeth Warren; Kaiser Family Foundation; Portland Business Journal; Foundation for Medical Excellence CAPTION(S): John Kitzhaber's quest to fix the health care system could lead the former doctor and governor back to Oregon's seat of power.