HCP


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HCP

abbreviation for hereditary coproporphyria. See coproporphyria.

HCP

Abbreviation for:
healthcare professional 
healthcare provider
hereditary coproporphyria
Healthy Cities Program

HCP,

n healthcare provider, a professional who specializes in treating and managing a person's general or specific health needs.
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The Coast Range Conifers HCP raises the question of whether purchasing a portion of a privately-owned habitat area mitigates for impacts to the remaining area Here, the landowners sold forty nine acres of northern spotted owl and marbled murrelet habitat to the United States Forest Service in return for an ITP that allowed them to log the remaining sixty acres of habitat.
People were asking me why other organisations have to go through lots of red tape to prove the work they are doing is safe and the money they receive in donations is going to the right people, yet HCP does not.
A total of 1021 patients who underwent V-P shunting were retrospectively analyzed to study the relationship between shunt infection and HCP etiology.
HCP is the only technology offering that allows organizations to bring together object storage, file sync and share, cloud storage gateways, and sophisticated search and analytics to create a tightly integrated, simple and smart cloud storage solution.
HCP serves its global customers through seven world-class production facilities: four in China and also locations in North America, Mexico and Europe.
In conjunction with the spin-off, Mark Ordan has joined HCP as a senior advisor to focus on the HCRMC investment and will lead SpinCo as chief executive officer upon completion of the transaction.
Data were aggregated for all hospitals within a state and analyzed to calculate proportions of HCP reported as vaccinated for each of the three HCP groups by state and nationally.
Hardide-A matches the standard thickness (50-100 microns) and hardness (800-1200 Hv) of HCP, simplifying the transition without need for dimensional changes or drawing re-design.
Also included was a recommendation that hospitals and ambulatory care facilities provide Tdap for HCP and use approaches that maximize vaccination rates, such as education about the benefits of vaccination, convenient access, and provision of the vaccine at no charge.
As an incentive for non-federal property owners to make use of the HCP approach, the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service developed the "No Surprises" policy to give economic and regulatory assurances on the overall cost of species conservation and mitigation.
Adaptive management may increase the complexity of an HCP However, adaptive management strategies should be commensurate with the scope of the HCP (e.