Ahio


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Ahio

(əhī`ō), in the Bible. 1 One of those who drove the cart that carried the Ark. 2 Uncle of Saul.
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This castaway, who discovers his name is Iota, washes up on an island paradise called Ahio, somewhere in an area known as the Pacific Triangle.
Iota learns sword fighting and other survival arts from the commander of Ahio, but he leans toward the kindly Father Rene, who can sate his curiosity: "My mind, it seemed, was hungry for Truth.
Abinadab assigned his two priest sons, Uzzah and Ahio, to supervise delivery of the Ark to Jerusalem.
They put the Ark on an ox-cart, Brother Ahio ahead leading the oxen and Brother Uzzah alongside.
Como era lo mismo estar ahio estar en otro lado, un dia partio, igual como lo hacen centenares de centroamericanos todos los dias, para tratar de llegar a Estados Unidos o, simplemente, andar varios meses en el tren hacia el norte, siendo deportado una y otra vez en cualquier lugar del trayecto, y volver a intentarlo.
Matt Rohs is a Current member and past-president of AHIOS and serves as the VP and GM of ROI Services at HealthPort.
AHIOS invested a solid three years supporting this effort, and we are pleased by this interim victory in our efforts to ensure appropriate reimbursement for our services," said AHIOS legislative chair Jan McDavid, who is also general counsel for SMART Corporation.
Good legislation needs to be two things: fair and precise," said Bonnie Coffey, president of AHIOS.
Since its inception in 1996, AHIOS has worked to educate the industry about the complexity and risk involved in the ROI process and help requestors understand that it is an entirely different process from getting a stack of papers copied at the local copy center," Coffey explained.
Michael Belleghi, executive vice president of AHIOS.
Because ROI is so complicated -- and the liability threats so significant -- the majority of hospitals outsource this necessary function to ensure they have access to staff with quality control, technology and healthcare expertise," explained Bonnie Coffey, chair of the AHIOS committee that created the testing program and the president of CopyMed, Inc.