Abbreviations (2/6) - Grouped by first letter "h"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "h" - Healthcare, Healthcare financing scheme, Healthcare function, ...

All activities with the primary purpose of improving, maintaining and preventing the deterioration of the health status of persons and mitigating the ...
Type of financing arrangements through which people obtain health services, including both direct payments by households for services and goods and ...
Type of need that current expenditure on healthcare aims to satisfy or the kind of objective pursued.
Organisation or actor that delivers healthcare goods and services as primary activity, as well as those for which healthcare provision is only one among a ...
The indicator is defined as the number of years that a person is expected to continue to live in a healthy condition. It is compiled separately for males ...
Range of problems that deal with some specific aspects of the hearing function: the perception of loudness and pitch, the discrimination of speech versus ...
Heat refers to the energy obtained from the translational, rotational and vibrational motion of the constituents of matter as well as changes in its ...
Heat plant refers to a plant which is designed to produce only heat. Note: Heat delivered from Combined heat and power (CHP) or Heat plants may be used for ...
Insulated wagon fitted with a heater.
(Fourth version of the Transport Glossary). Insulated wagon fitted with a heat-producing appliance.
(Third version of ...
Heat treatments carried out under specific conditions
Heating and other oil is light heating oil for industrial and commercial uses, marine diesel and diesel used in rail traffic, other gas oil, including heavy ...
Light heating oil for industrial and commercial uses; Marine diesel and diesel used in rail traffic; Other gas oil including heavy gas oils which distil ...
Heavily indebted poor countries (HIPCs) are those countries that are eligible for highly concessional assistance from the International Development ...
The Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPC Initiative), adopted in 1996, provides exceptional assistance to eligible countries to reduce their ...
Heavy oil that makes up the distillation residue. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary.
Goods road vehicle with a gross vehicle weight above 3 500 kg, designed, exclusively or primarily, to carry goods.
Hedge effectiveness is the degree to which changes in the fair value or cash flows of the hedged item that are attributable to a hedged risk are offset by ...
Any collective investment undertakings regardless of its legal structure under national laws, which apply relatively unconstrained investment strategies to ...
A hedged item is an asset, liability, firm commitment, highly probable forecast transaction or net investment in a foreign operation that (a) exposes the ...
Rows of shrubs or bushes forming a hedge, sometimes with a central row of trees.
A hedging instrument is a designated derivative or (for a hedge of the risk of changes in foreign currency exchange rates only) a designated non-derivative ...
Indirect estimation method that utilises a hedonic regression model to deconstruct the real estate property value (that is, the combined value of land and ...
An approach to estimating a quality-adjusted residential property price index where "missing" prices are imputed using a hedonic regression model.
A regression model in which the market prices of different products are expressed as a function of their characteristics. Non-numerical characteristics are ...
The estimation of a hedonic model, using regression techniques, that explains the price of the property as a function of its characteristics (relating to ...
Statistical process for calculating a linear relationship between a dependent variable (Y) and a set of independent variables(X1,…,Xn). Output of the ...
Held-to-maturity investments are non-derivative financial assets with fixed or determinable payments and fixed maturity that an entity has the positive ...
Agreement that came into force in 1992. This agreement prohibits (with some exceptions) the provision of tied aid loans to high-income countries (based on ...
The hemeroby index measures the hemerobiotic state of an area: the magnitude of the deviation from the potential natural vegetation caused by human ...
Herbicides are used to control undesirable or noxious plant growth, generally called weeds, in areas dedicated to crop production or in non-crop areas where ...
R&D expenditure in the Higher Education Sector
R&D expenditure in the Higher Education Sector in a given year at the regional level.
Higher education sector (HES)
A collection of random variables is heteroscedastic if there are sub-populations that have different variabilities than others.
Harmonised European time use surveys
Household Final Consumption Expenditure
Harmonised Indices of Consumer Prices
Harmonized Indices of Consumer Prices at Constant Taxes
Code reference that is part of a hierarchy.
Organised collection of codes that may be part of many parent/child relationships with other codes in the scheme, as defined by one or more hierarchies of ...
Organised collection of codes that may participate in many parent/child relationships with other Codes in the same Code Set.
Organised collection of Codes that may be part of many parent/child relationships with other Codes in the scheme, as defined by one or more hierarchies of ...
The "success" rate of an edit; the proportion of error flags that the edit generates which point to true errors.
Classification structure arranged in levels of detail from the broadest to the most detailed level.
Container of standard ISO length and width but with a height of 9'6" (2.9 m).
These high containers have now been included in a revised ISO standard.
Forest normally composed of trees of seedling origin, but may also include trees from vegetative reproduction, e.g. poplars. Includes: stands in process of ...
Wagon with no roof and with rigid sides higher than 60 cm.
(Fourth version of the Transport Glossary). Wagon with no roof and with rigid sides higher than ...
A railway vehicle designed to operate at a speed of at least 250 km/h on dedicated high speed lines.
(Fourth version of the Transport Glossary). A railway ...
A railway vehicle with a tilting system designed to have a cruising speed of the order of 200 km/h or above on upgraded high speed lines. Note: On some ...
Enterprise with average annualised growth greater than 20% per annum, over a three year period.
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