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DHHS

DHHS

Department of Health and Human Services.
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Beyond open meeting laws and scrunched timelines, a lack of trust between DHHS and the board of directors also helped doom the HIE.
In an attempt to address the issue of recipients' use of private funds for abortion-related activities, the DHHS stipulated that even nonfederal funds be subject to the regulations, by requiring that "all funds allocated to the Title X program or project-whether they are direct Title X grant funds, program- or grant-related income, or matching funds--be spent in compliance with section 1008 and that the program be separate and distinct from prohibited abortion activities.
The NC DHHS is moving into a new era of management and service delivery.
If DHHS continues to tolerate religious exemption clauses which state or imply that prayer can legally substitute for medical attention, perhaps parents should consider this option instead of highly burdensome or invasive treatments proposed under a narrow interpretation of the "Baby Doe" regulations.
The software grants the DHHS and multiple State and partner agencies mobile access to a centralized web-based system where officials can easily monitor emergency inventories as they are consumed and patients as they are treated.
The issuance by DHHS of a Request for Proposals for next generation anthrax vaccines acknowledges a need for a new anthrax vaccine that offers the potential for improved safety and convenience, and we believe that our product candidate, SparVax(TM), is well positioned to meet the government's requirements.
In addition to reporting the numerical information discussed in some detail below, the May 3 news release from DHHS played the growth rate in total health care expenditures heavily:
As a large federal government agency, DHHS processes a significant volume of network traffic every day.
These concerns prompted DHHS, earlier this year, to call for proposals on ways to "stretch the domestic influenza vaccine supply in the event of an influenza pandemic.
DHHS has issued an interim final rule, effective until September 16, 2003, that lays out its thoughts on the matter so far; revisions and the complete final Enforcement Rule will be issued later.
While no final regulations have been published implementing the federal antidumping statute,1 congressional hearings and two reports from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of DHHS in 1988 focused on the need for stricter enforcement.