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The main findings of the FCAP at the hospital are quantified through a database containing FCI information, costs of infrastructure requirements and system renewals, as well as projections of infrastructure needs up to 20 years into the future.
Over time, the protocol was generalized and renamed FCAP, the Fibre Channel Authentication Protocol.
EcoWaste Coalition and FCAP also called on national and local government agencies to fully enforce prohibitions against littering and smoking under Republic Act 9003 or the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act and Republic Act 9211 or the Tobacco Regulation Act.
Oncology diagnostics company Biocept (NasdaqCM:BIOC) reported on Wednesday the appointment of Dr Veena Singh, MD, FCAP, FCAMG as its senior vice president and senior medical director.
Kwass, MD, FCAP, is the Chairman of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Council on Government and Professional Affairs.
FCAP, chairman of SNOMED International Editorial Board.
Michael Walsh, FMW, MD, MBA, CPE, FCAP, FACPE (Distinguished).
Limpin told reporters that the FCAP was unhappy with the way the DOH has used the funds since the sin tax law was implemented in December 2012, noting that the agency has mainly focused on expanding the coverage of the Philippine Health Insurance Corp.
There should be a congressional probe of sin tax malpractices and illicit trade (not just of Mighty) but of all tobacco companies," FCAP Executive Director Maricar Limpin said in a press statement.
Kwass, MD, FCAP, chair of CAP's Council on Government and Professional Affairs, expressed satisfaction that "referral decisions can no longer be premised on the highest EHR donation offers and that patients will have access to laboratories which referring physicians have chosen based on the quality and service rather than an EHR donation.
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