CNO


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CNO

Abbreviation for:
Chief Nursing Officer, see there
community nursing organisation

CNO

Abbrev. for Chief Nursing Officer.
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Fitch believes the emerging stability of CNO Financial's earnings and ability to manage losses in its investment portfolio have played an important role in the company's ability to avoid covenant violations.
The ratings and Outlook of CNO and OFL could be negatively affected by a substantial reduction of backlog and/or the cancellation of key projects.
In his role as CNO, Dietrich will be responsible for a series of leadership programmes to support the next generation of Emirati nuclear professionals that will be required to operate the Barakah plant over its 60-year lifespan.
CNO reported $62 million in net income for the first quarter on $1.
Lyden showed the CNO the programs we have established and are continuing to build to address these areas of concern.
CNO users can track the driver's progress and be made aware of any potential or actual problems and then to communicate with that driver at the click of a button.
Symonds, director of the CNO Environmental Readiness Division that administers the environmental awards program, congratulated the winners in a naval message saying, "I am proud that you are working hard to achieve superior environmental stewardship while executing our primary mission of national defense.
Our quantitative evaluation of the CNO demonstration focused principally on the implications of the CNO treatment model for cost to the Medicare Program.
The CNO said the Navy/ Marine Corps team must better exploit the maritime domain--the world's oceans and the airspace above them--to bring joint capabilities to bear that are capable of deterring or defeating current and future threats.
Kearsarge (LHD 3) received the 2003 CNO Safety Afloat Award for outstanding contributions to fleet readiness, increased morale, efficiency and economic use of resources through safety.
And if there is one, what does the CNO do, and what are the advantages to the system?
Two years later, the armed BIA agents are gone, but the controversy continues, playing out in CNO courts and legislative chambers.