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HHS

 
Department of Health and Human Services, a department of the United States Government.

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Department of Health and Human Services.

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Abbreviation for:
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HHS

Abbreviation for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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Since the original HHS Guidelines were issued in 1988, HHS had required immunoassay as the sole initial drug test method.
HHS OCR will start by conducting a desk audit, or telephone-based audit, of a covered entity.
Section 4004 of PPACA authorizes HHS to conduct a public education campaign to encourage the use of preventive benefits and services, an HHS officials said in a general statement about HHS communications programs.
Government customers, like HHS, utilize ArcSight in a wide variety of real time monitoring, investigation and reporting modes.
HHS plans to administer the agreement through the National Library of Medicine, based in Bethesda, Md.
Combined with President Bush's New Freedom Initiative to reduce "the nation's reliance on institutional models of care for persons of all ages with disabilities," the 2003-2008 HHS Strategic Plan reveals Washington's absolute favoritism for any type of long-term care other than nursing facilities, regardless of resident needs and preferences.
Rather than bulking up the agency's staff and freeing it to do its job, during the past year the White House has further tightened its grip on the agency concentrating more authority in HHS under Thompson.
Beginning late in December, HHS and its operating divisions will open 24-hour centers, reporting to the federal Information Coordination Center.
Eisenberg, acting secretary for health (Philip Lee had left HHS by then), told the BATF he was "deeply concerned" that the label "would be construed by the public as encouraging the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
The HHS inspector general was concerned because the reports have been inconsistent--too short and incomplete or too long and lost in detail" said William Titera, chairman of the AICPA health care task force.
Under the direct guidance of the White House, HHS Secretary Donna Shalala has established a Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Work Group with the major goal of providing more opportunities for individuals to choose to decrease their reliance on nursing homes by increasing the available array of home and community-based services.