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CHW

ISO 4217 code for the WIR euro, which is an accounting currency used by medium-sized and small businesses in Switzerland. The WIR euro is used by members of the WIR Bank, which encourages member businesses to trade with each other and facilitates transactions between them. Although the WIR euro does not circulate, it helps maintain the stability of the Swiss economy.
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Two abnormal CHW consumption periods with a two-day interval between them were identified in Figure 2e.
Although they share the same idea of shifting electrical load, there are still obvious differences between ChW and ice-storage systems.
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Last month, Joyce Hawthorne, regional director of communications for CHW in Pasadena, told the Daily News that Catholic Healthcare had served Blue Cross with a letter of termination if a deal wasn't reached by Tuesday.
For fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, CHW produced an 1.
In addition, the Clinical Xpert Navigator enables CHW clinicians to get real-time access to clinical data via their mobile devices such as Palm, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry(R) smartphones.
Joyce Hawthorne, regional director of communications with CHW in Pasadena, said, ``We are seeking a rate increase (because) we are very concerned that it will be difficult to treat patients when we are not properly compensated.
In 2009, CHW, Hill Physicians and Blue Shield launched an ACO pilot in Sacramento to serve more than 40,000 California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) members.
Many CHW hospitals are extremely restrictive and don't allow any of these reproductive services,'' Fogel said.
Ultimately, our solutions will result in cost savings for CHW, for a real return on investment.
We're just glad this is settled and NUHW is gone," said Cindy Hackman, a Ward Clerk at CHW St.
Officials at CHW said the purchase should be approved by state regulators within 60 days and, when complete, will give the chain greater leverage in contracting with physicians and managed-care companies.