com)-- Effective April 1st, Universal Health Insurance cancelled contracts for 40,000 Medicare members and 60,000 Medicaid members, in SW Florida.
What does UHI stand for?
UHI stands for Universal Health Insurance
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of UHI
We have 29 other meanings of UHI in our Acronym Attic
- Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union (Kyiv, Ukraine)
- United Health and Hospital Services (Kingston, PA)
- United Home Health Services (Canton, MI)
- University Heights Historical Society (San Diego, CA; est. 1997)
- University Hospitals Health Systems
- Upper Heyford High School
- U-Haul International (various locations)
- Unilever Health Institute
- United Hmong International, Inc
- United Home Improvement (contractor network)
- University of the Highlands & Islands Millennium Institute (also seen as UHIMI; Inverness, Scotland)
- Urban Heat Island
- United Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (est. 1884)
- United HealthCare Insurance Company
- Urban Heat Island Circulation (geography study)
- Union of the Hideously and Improbably Deformed
- Universal Healthcare Identifier
- University of Houston Industrial Design (Houston, TX)
- Utah Health Info Direct (UtaHealthNet; University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Urban Heat Island Effect
Samples in periodicals archive:
He warned against importing the Dutch model of universal health insurance, or viewing a new grade of hospital doctor as a "silver bullet" to deal with the shortage of consultants.
The forces propelling countries to legislate universal health insurance for their citizens are complex.
Last week the Bulgarian government decided to increase the universal health insurance fee from 8% to 10%.
Post-abortion care is included within the Universal Health Insurance package, but many women delay seeking treatment as they fear health professionals.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] As Congress debates health insurance reform, one of the key arguments for government-mandated universal health insurance in general, and a new public insurance option in particular, is that a better insured population would mean lower costs in the long term.