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q.h.s.

The JCAHO directs that (nightly) at bedtime be written in full to avoid misreading of this abbreviation as q.h., every hour.
Abbreviation for L. quaque hora somni, every bedtime.
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QHS represents 28 hospitals in Wisconsin, Michigan's Upper Peninsula and northern Illinois, 4,000 affiliated physicians and combined net revenue of nearly $6 billion.
QHS is at the forefront in redefining how care is delivered, measured and paid for in this country, said Valence Health CEO Phil Kamp.
Under the agreement, Valence will provide QHS both the Valence VISION and vQuest solutions.
QHS mission is to empower the necessary collaboration to standardize quality and drive down health care costs across all care settings within its member organizations.
The QHS chipsets will be available for sampling in Q4 2008.
Individuals were linked with QHS data by the respondent's name, gender, and month and year of birth.
The ambulatory medical services utilization was operationalized as the total number of ambulatory visits to a physician made during the 12 months following the QHS interview.
Each respondent's previous health services utilization was measured by the total number of medical visits recorded in the RAMQ patient file for the 12 months preceding the QHS interview.
The NS 8000 is scalable up to two Pentium Pro or Pentium II processors, 512MB EDO ECC DIMM capacity and twelve QHS disk drives.
During the quarter, Fivemere introduced its new high speed inverse multiplexer module, QHS, which started shipping in late March.