BCHS


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BCHS

Abbreviation for:
Better Care Higher Standards (Medspeak-UK) 
Bureau of Community Health Services
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In 1999, the BCHS merged with the Willett Hospital in Paris for similar reasons.
There are many other management concepts unique to BCHS in the DOC.
UCN is a new activity for BCHS, and we are really proud to be part of the initiative.
Current processes at BCHS are good, but there is always room for improvement," notes a BCHS backgrounder for Jan.
Beginning in April, instead of traditional multiple, independent departments, BCHS will begin to use three clinical "value streams": acute and transitional care which includes critical care, cardiology, stroke and complex care treatments; planned care for expectant mothers and those about to undergo surgery; and episodic and outpatient care which handles mental health, outpatient services, and emergency and urgent care.
Founded in 1880, the BCHS is a unique cultural and educational institution that operates the Mercer Museum, Spruance Library and Fonthill Museum.
Like BCHS, CSR Synergy has source code in ANSI C, is easily extendable and has a virtual OS for easy portability.
The BCHS is pleased to provide the OtisMed total knee replacement surgery for patients, in addition to the standard knee replacement procedure that we and other Ontario hospitals provide," Jim Hornell, President and CEO said in a Jul.
Along with BlueCore4-ROM, Cheertek has employed CSR's BCHS (BlueCore Host Software).
Accreditation Canada congratulated the BCHS for its numerous achievements and best practices, highlighting its commitment to quality and safety.
BCHS, Redditch Co-operative homes and BME housing and research agency Ashram Housing Association are all part of the growing Accord family, which is soon to be joined by Moseley & District Housing Association.