HRSA


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HRSA

 
Health Resources and Services Administration, an agency of the United States Department of Health and Human Services.

HRSA

HRSA

HRSA

Abbreviation for Health Resources and Services Administration.
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The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is another source of data, and HRSA provides information on health professional shortages areas and healthcare workforce profiles by state.
HRSA notes that effective programs require strong administrative leadership and ongoing commitment.
This authorizes HRSA to provide student scholarships or stipends, pre-entry preparation and retention activities.
In addition to the 10 regional AETCs funded by the new grants, HRSA also funded one National Minority AETC to build capacity for HIV/AIDS care among minority health care professionals, with special emphasis on building capacity in Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, and Tribal Colleges.
HRSA is the lead federal agency in promoting access to health care services that create and improve the nation's health.
Over the past decade, Talyst customers have saved more than a billion dollars in drug purchases utilizing its software and services, all while remaining compliant with ever changing HRSA regulations.
Actual funding levels will be established when HRSA awards funds for fiscal year 2015 - 2016 are identified, and awards will be increased or decreased to match actual funding available.
Through the HRSA PCM/HHI, a total of 281 of the 1,128 federally supported health centers were accredited or recognized by January 2012.
The advocates, representing the Friends of HRSA and the CDC Coalition, note that both HRSA and CDC have seen significant funding reductions in recent years.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) - HRSA will receive $6,274 billion which is $1.
Meeting summary notes will be made available on the HRSA donation Web site at: http://www.
GAO reviewed reports and agency documents and analyzed CDC, HRSA, and national survey data.