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Integrated Home System

IHS

(I.H.S.) first three letters of Greek spelling of Jesus; also taken as acronym of Iesus Hominum Salvator ‘Jesus, Savior of Mankind.’ [Christian Symbolism: Brewer Dictionary, 480]
See: Christ

IHS

(1) (Intensity Hue Saturation) See HSL.

(2) (Indian Health Services) See healthcare IT.
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29 November 2017 - California, US-based tribal insurance brokerage Tribal First has acquired Washington, US-based healthcare services solutions provider American Indian Health Services (AIHS) to strengthen tribal care programmes, the company said.
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He is one of the senior doctors at the Rosebud Indian Health Service, a hospital funded by Indian Health Services, an agency within the Department of Health and Human Resources.
Even when rapes are reported, there is a serious dearth of resources for victims at Indian Health Service facilities.
The Hopi Health Care Center is part of the Indian Health Service (IHS).
In Indian country, 37 jails out of the 45 that responded to a survey addendum about policies and programs reported that medical services were performed off site by Indian Health Service, under the U.
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