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AHA

abbr.
alpha-hydroxy acid

a·ha

 (ä-hä′)
interj.
Used to express surprise, pleasure, or triumph.
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aha

(ɑːˈhɑː)
interj
an exclamation expressing triumph, surprise, etc, according to the intonation of the speaker
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a•ha

(ɑˈhɑ, əˈhɑ)

interj.
(used as an exclamation of triumph, mockery, contempt, irony, surprise, etc., according to the manner of utterance.)
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Translations

aha

[ɑːˈhɑː] EXCL¡ajá!
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aha

interjaha
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The IPAB "permanently removes Congress from the decision-making process, and threatens the long-time, open, and important dialogue between hospitals and their elected officials about the needs of local hospitals and how to provide the highest quality care to their patients and communities," said Rick Pollack, executive vice president of American Hospital Association.
The existence of the IPAB "permanently removes Congress from the decision-making process, and threatens the long-time, open, and important dialog between hospitals and their elected officials about the needs of local hospitals and how to provide the highest quality care to their patients and communities," according to Rick Pollack, executive vice president of American Hospital Association.
Umbdenstock, the president of the American Hospital Association, said the final rules were an improvement over the proposal.
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Currently, Joshi is president of the Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET) and senior vice president for research at the American Hospital Association. Prior to HRET, he served as president and CEO of the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement.
The American Hospital Association and two other hospital organizations have agreed to accept $155 billion in reimbursement cuts for hospitals over the next 10 years as part of health care reform.

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