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DHHS

DHHS

Department of Health and Human Services.
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Whether this was because of DHHS or ONC remains unclear.
The cost of covering contraceptives through health insurance, ASPE Issue Brief, Washington, DC: DHHS, 2012, (http://aspe.
DHHS officials have claimed no intent to withhold or control information requested by the senator.
DHHS, CDC, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Chronic Diseases and Their Risk Factors: The Nations Leading Causes of Death (1999).
After legislators made several unsuccessful attempts to add such restrictions to Title X authorizations in Congress, President Reagan announced in July 1987 that he had formally instructed the DHHS to institute changes in the administration of the Title X program.
For more information on the DHHS implementation and the BMC Remedyforce solution, please:
DHHS is also working with our Department of Labor to help our families on food stamps find better jobs and reduce their reliance on this government entitlement.
The NC DHHS cannot meet these challenges without changing the approach to managing the agency's programs and services.
The state has already received $95 million from the DHHS.
The decision by DHHS to adopt a uniform policy to age-adjust death rates represents a major change in statistical practice that has implications for federal, state, and local health programs.
DHHS has the power to require revision of such statutes, but it has done so in only one state (Ohio).
While we still have some work to do, CMS' decision confirms that our claims management system is of high quality and will serve DHHS and those who provide services for years to come," she said.