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Methodological assessments of the VANDIX variables, the strength of agreement in MHO responses, the weighting scheme assigned to the variables, as well as the effect of the modifiable areal unit problem, have been also been tested.
Those best practices have to be applied at every site that cares for MHOS.
The AMEDD, as well as the Army, and Health Affairs must plan on having MHOS long after the war in Iraq ends.
Besides being asked to trace the decision-making process, the MHOs were asked two specific questions: (1) Which data (if any) about a soldier would precipitate a definite decision to discharge him or her from the army, regardless of other data?
The most important conclusion resulting from the think-aloud sessions with the MHOs was that the decision-making process is far from simple and straightforward.
The MHOS contains limited information about cancers; there are only questions that ask if the person has been diagnosed with any of the major cancers (colorectal, lung, breast, and prostate).
The linkage of MHOS and SEER data was accomplished by using an existing file that links persons in the SEER data to Medicare's Master Enrollment File.
Results indicated that across most cancer types, after adjusting for demographic differences, individuals with a cancer history have a small, but significantly higher, prevalence of most of the comorbid medical conditions measured on the MHOS.
The MHOS included the SF-36[R] health survey, version 1 (Ware and Sherbourne, 1992) and we used the SF-36[R] PCS and MCS as the dependent variables in this study.
Chris) Haffer, for creating the link between the SEER and MHOS data.
The Denver-based provider of data solutions MHO Networks has made an announcement on its newly forged ties with the Commerce Consulting Corporation (CCC) subsidiary World Telecom Group (WTG), a Connectivity Services Distributor and top Master Agent in the USA.
It is a one-year and a two-module health leadership and program for mayors and MHOs.