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  1. emergency care.  (This is similar to what a Louisiana SPNS project developed ...
    Feature Article published on 11/28/2012

  2. 134 reads Althought the deadline for Marketplace open enrollment was March 31, allowances for enrollment after this date are being granted under two broad categories.   HHS has assured consumers (in federally faciliated marketplaces and state partnerships)...
    News Article published on 03/25/2014

  3. 648 reads The Government Accountability Office (GAO) was asked to 1) evaluate HRSA’s oversight of CARE Act grantees and 2) examine steps HRSA has taken to assist CARE Act grantees in monitoring their service providers. GAO conducted a review of grantee...
    News Article published on 07/22/2012

  4. 262 reads As part of ACA's investigation of service and payment delivery models, HHS is soliciting applications for the Health Care Innovation Awards, Round Two. Approximately $1 billion is available from the CMS Innovation Center to test new payment...
    News Article published on 05/14/2013

  5. 386 reads In this complimentary webinar, URAC will present an overview of its accreditation process and quality measures as they relate to Qualified Health Plans that participate on Health Insurance Exchanges, including how URAC information may be utilized...
    Event on 11/27/2012

  6. easily accommodate up to 25 participants and can be modified as needed ...
    Resource Page published on 08/22/2012

  7. frequently cited unmet needs. The objective of this training manual ...
    Resource Page published on 11/30/2013

  8. 406 reads Workshop Objectives Learn about the RSR and the terms used in the report; Learn how to use the Electronic Handbooks to access your RSR; and Work with HAB’s Technical Assistance (TA) contractors to develop a TA plan that meets your needs. For more...
    Event on 09/09/2013

  9. 615 reads The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released nearly $80 million in grants to increase access to HIV/AIDS care across the United States. The funding will ensure that low-income people living with HIV/AIDS continue to have...
    News Article published on 07/18/2012

  10. 288 reads Tobacco cessation important for HIV+ patients. Of HIV+ patients enrolled in care from 2006 to 2010, 53% had ever used tobacco (59% females vs. 51% males, 56% black vs. 50% white) (CDC data from HIV Outpatient Study). In contrast, only 19% of the...
    News Article published on 11/16/2012

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