In the short-term, quality of care standards need not be compromised.
What does QCS stand for?
QCS stands for Quality of Care Standards (child welfare)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of QCS
We have 50 other meanings of QCS in our Acronym Attic
- QC Solutions (semiconductor test equipment manufacturer, Billerica, Massachusetts)
- QoS Customer Server
- Quadro Comunitario di Sostegno (Italian: Community Support Network)
- Quality Certification Services (Ohio, USA)
- Quality Certification System (various organizations)
- Quality Computer Services, Incorporated
- Quality Control Schedule
- Quality Control Supervisor
- Quality Control System
- Quality Customer Service (DISA)
- Queen's Colour Squadron (Royal Air Force ceremonial squadron)
- Queensland Core Skills (exam for Australian schools in Queensland)
- Quest Cyber Solutions
- Quincy Community Schools (Quincy, MI)
- Quinte Computer Services, Ltd (Ontario, Canada)
- Quinte Counselling Services (Ontario, Canada)
- Quisqueya Christian School (Port-au-Prince; Haiti)
- Quad City Salvage Auction
- Qualified Cost-Sharing Arrangement (US IRS)
- Queensland Christian Soccer Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, there are several projected benefits that may result in cost savings: (1) results of patient tests and procedures can be quickly provided electronically between and among physicians and tests sites, potentially reducing unnecessarily repeated tests; (2) urban specialists can receive patient information from remote rural areas; (3) insurance enrollment can be quickly verified and updated; (4) speedy electronic transfer of payments can occur; (5) quality of care standards can be electronically available and easily accessed, thus improving quality of care; and (6) researchers will be able to access data and databases for health services research.
Quality of care standards must always be met first.