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It would seem that HHS has a greater interest in punishing religiously based opposition to contraception and abortion than it has in increasing access to contraceptives.
Which vital sign may help distinguish HHS from DKA?
Recommendation: To improve HHS's countermeasure enterprise and activities and to provide reasonable assurance that HHS's initiatives will achieve the intended results of improving PHEMCE and its medical countermeasure activities, the Secretary of HHS should develop a strategy to monitor the overall progress and results of implementing the initiatives by obtaining complete information on all initiatives.
It requires HHS, in partnership with states, to establish a process for the annual review of "unreasonable" increases in premiums for health insurance coverage.
Still, the current national (HHS) pandemic influenza plan presents only a categorization and listing of steps, rather than explicit direction for the states.
In a 2003 meeting with the inspector general, HHS officials said they wanted the reporting policy revised so that "the only cases reported by HHS would involve claims in which the standard of care was not met," according to the report.
Arrangements for providing items and services that meet the safe-harbor requirements would be exempt from enforcement under the federal anti-kickback statute, HHS said.
HHS regulations say funded organizations "may not engage in inherently religious activities, such as worship, religious instruction or proselytization."
It is critical, as stated on the HHS website, that teachers understand the materials because the content may be new to many and because of the possibility of misuse by the students.
RNsolutions Inc., 3206 Tower Oaks Blvd., Rockville, 20852--HHS: $34,000; HHS: $105,000; HHS: $396,000
After one full term as head of HHS, Thompson resigned, effective Feb.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) officials recently announced nearly $140 million in grants to promote the use of information technology, develop statewide and regional networks, and encourage collaboration in advancing the adoption of electronic health records.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), is such a resource developed to assist middle grades educators with issues regarding disordered eating.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has implemented ArcSight to manage its security infrastructure.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has asked the Institute of Medicine to design a standardized model of an electronic healthcare record.