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PHO

(Physician Hospital Organization) See healthcare IT.
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Obviously the PHO management had done a good deal of work between last September and mediation last month to ensure they could table a decent offer.
Many developing countries, including Trinidad and Tobago, do not have a national PHO, and there is no national PHO anywhere in the Caribbean region.
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Conference Focus: Benefits of the PHO model in tackling challenges of payment reform; how PHOs are being used nationally to facilitate participation in CMS's Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP), bundled payments, narrow networks, and direct contracts; and best practices for integrating the PHO model into existing healthcare organizations.
PHO works very closely with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and staff of the Public Health Division in MOHLTC.
Los cuadrados medios de cruzas en las variables PFV, PMS, PE, PTA, PVA, y PHO (ANDEVA; p [menor que o igual a] 0.
Funding formulae, governance issues and internal PHO relationships have also been stumbling blocks.
Cat said its PHO batteries are designed to meet a variety of performance specifications, including: 100-hour vibration endurance test; five 72-hour deep discharge/recharge cycle test; 30-day complete discharge test; and SAE J2185 life cycle test.
In late November, negotiations between the PHO and the networks began again after members of the business community "'offered to unofficially mediate the impasse and provide an outside perspective to the contract language," according to a news release by BCBS and the PRO.
The PHO is a joint contracting vehicle, typically initiated by a hospital and requiring little of its physician members in terms of financial commitment or medical management.