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CNA

(1) (Certified NetWare Administrator) See Novell certification.

(2) (Converged Network Adapter) See FCoE.

(3) (Computer Network Attack) See DOD cyberspace glossary.
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SEIU organizer Rex Lai told trustees that accepting the CNA count would violate hospital policy because it did not count other medical professionals who are not nurses, including clinical dietitians, medical technicians and physical therapists.
After satisfactorily passing the testing component, the CNA is placed on the OBRA-required state registry.
Many of these risks and uncertainties cannot be controlled by CNA Financial or CNA Surety.
We see this as a thinly veiled attempt to bust the union after they know there's a board majority who wants to negotiate a contract,'' said CNA organizer Alan Hanson.
The CNA contacted the state conciliation and mediation service to request that it step in to conduct the check of the authorization cards, but the hospital refused to participate in the mediation process, the CNA complaint said.
When complete, this transaction will provide us the benefits of being an integrated part of a larger, diversified commercial lines insurance company and we are pleased that CNA has placed this vote of confidence in CNA Surety," said John Welch, President and Chief Executive Officer of CNA Surety.
Lastly, in the case of the First of Hawaii Insurance Group, its "A-" Best's Rating is subject to further downward rating pressure given the lack of strategic or geographic fit with CNA, profitability challenges posed by maintaining expensive reinsurance on its catastrophe-exposed book, and its diminished market position following the group's substantial retrenchment within their property and workers' compensation markets in Hawaii stemming from large catastrophe losses and inadequate rates, respectively.
In addition to CNA Health PRO, CNA's reorganized Professional Liability Group consists of a Lawyer & Accountants business unit and a Specialty E&O business unit.
Providing healthcare creates risks and physical therapists -- whether they are solo practitioners or employees of a hospital, school, physician practice or other healthcare organization - are vulnerable to professional liability claims," said Michael Scott, assistant vice president of Underwriting, CNA HealthPro.
PolicyCenter is a key enabler of our efforts to deepen our agency relationships and to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of our underwriting operations," said John Golden, chief information officer, CNA.
CHICAGO -- CNA insurance companies' School of Risk Control Excellence has been approved by the International Association for Continuing Education & Training (IACET) as an authorized provider of its Continuing Education Unit (CEU).
CHICAGO -- CNA Financial Corporation (NYSE:CNA) will release its third quarter 2006 earnings on Tuesday, October 31, 2006.