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  • noun

Synonyms for Hb

a hemoprotein composed of globin and heme that gives red blood cells their characteristic color

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In fiscal year 2014, HBS faculty developed and delivered 79 open-enrollment Executive Education programs and more than 50 custom clients for leading organizations worldwide.
Since working for HBS, she has become a member of the American Medical Billers Association and she is studying to take the Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist exam.
For course fees and other dates, contact the HBS employer engagement team on 024 7662 6336 or e-mail hbs@henley-cov.
HBS boss Peter Manning said the deal would offer staff "both security and opportunity".
GLOBAL CAPABILITIES: HBS has a worldwide network of marketing partners.
HBS created HBS BioEnergy in September as a wholly owned subsidiary dedicated to the development of facilities that produce ethanol and other biofuels.
Bohmer, Professor of Management Practice, member of the HBS Healthcare Initiative and faculty chair of Managing Healthcare Delivery and Leading High-Performance Healthcare Organizations.
Hosted on the HBS campus in Boston, the three course offerings are Managing Health Care Delivery(MHCD), Value Measurement for Health Care(VMHC) and Business Innovations in Global Health Care(BIG).
Bu makalede HBS semptomlari gelisen kapsula interna infarktlari olan bir olgu sunulmustur.
The Audit Commission praised the partnership between HBS Business Services Ltd and Middlesbrough Council and said it had delivered "undeniable benefits" in the last five years.
ENERGY RESOURCE-23 August 2006-Human BioSystems Announces New HBS BioEnergy Subsidiary(C)2006 JeraOne - http://www.
Fabricom's UK Sales Director for Airport Systems, David Reynolds, told Airports International that: "The project called for the installation of two separate baggage handling systems; firstly a Commuter HBS system for all non-US traffic operating at the airport, which went live in September 2005, and secondly a Transborder manual inline screening system to process American-bound flights.