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1 Former Michigan Department of Health and Human Services director agrees to testify
2 Debate continues over merging Health and Human Services Departments
4 North Dakota lawmakers pass bill to merge departments of Health and Human Services
5 US Department of Health & Human Services: Adverse Reactions to COVID-19 Vaccines Extremely Rare
6 HHS's HRSA transformed to expedite COVID grant funding
7 HHS, FDA Backtrack From Plan to Deregulate mHealth Devices, Apps
8 McMaster names next director for SC Department of Health and Human Services
9 merger of two Utah departments — health and human services — will be completed by July 1, 2022.
10 Michigan Department of Health and Human Services launches We Treat Hep C Campaign aimed at providing timely screening and treatment of Hepatitis C
11 Pentagon says it has received HHS request to house migrant children at two bases
12 Utah’s Departments of Health, Human Services to combine by summer 2022
13 Iowa Senate committee presents health and human services budget proposal
14 Administration Releases Phase 4 Updated Guidance to Health Care and Human Services Providers, Updates Long-Term Care, Assisted Living, and Congregate Care Guidance
15 COVID-19 ‘overriding issue’ for Santa Barbara County health, human services
16 Department of Human Services Provides Update on Latest Medical Assistance, SNAP Enrollment Data, Announces Extension of 2020-21 LIHEAP Season
17 ND Senate endorses merging Health and Human Services Departments
18 Second County Budget Workshop Reviews Health and Human Services, Community Resources Departments
19 HHS reverses previous administration's push to deregulate more than 80 medical devices
20 COVID-19: HHS Should Clarify Agency Roles for Emergency Return of US Citizens during a Pandemic
21 US Dept. of Health and Human Services: Mississippi Health Centers to Receive $77,462,250
22 Report: HHS put repatriated US citizens at risk for COVID-19
23 HHS reminds providers that COVID-19 vaccines must remain free for all Americans
24 Derek Chauvin conviction prompts HHS vow to tackle racism as a serious public health threat
25 Manager of Hospice and Home Health Companies Sentenced to Prison for Role in $150 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme
26 HHS looking for federal employees to volunteer at the southern border
27 'She listens': Biden health official Rachel Levine to tackle inequity
28 Warning from the HHS-OIG Leadership on COVID-19
29 5 Ways To Improve Maternal Health by Addressing the Climate Crisis
30 Pa. Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller is resigning
31 Alamance County to bring vaccines to the people as demand falls
32 States Keeping Up With Telemedicine and Digital Health Innovation
33 State health department extends epidemic order, strengthens mask requirements for children
34 State public health officials award $720000 for support services for young adults in recovery
35 KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Picking up the pace of undoing Trump policies
36 HHS withdraws proposal to exempt 84 medical device types from FDA 510(k) process
37 Lane County officials approve resolution acknowledging racism as a public health crisis
38 HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Biden Touts Businesses' Vaccine Tax Credit | Bloomberg Government
39 NC is making progress, but vaccinating homebound seniors remains a big challenge
40 Human Services Issues Updated Reopening Requirements for Congregate Day Programs
41 Human Services Secretary, Managed Care Organizations Discuss Ongoing Partnership to Ease Access, Advance Equity in COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution for Vulnerable Pennsylvanians
42 There's no point person for HHS's $187 billion Covid-19 provider fund
43 Queens Pharmacy Owner Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud
44 Pear Announces Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services will Provide Access to Prescription Digital Therapeutics to Help Local Communities Continue Fight Against Opioid Addiction
45 Sacramento Area Home Health Care and Hospice Agencies Owner Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Defraud Medicare
46 Government attempting to bolster staff at migrant shelters, including San Antonio's Freeman intake site
47 Federal Vaccination Tracking Raises Privacy Concerns | Proskauer
48 Can Telehealth Help Healthcare Providers Tackle Rural Health Disparities?
49 New Mexico state officials give update as some counties regress on COVID map
50 Whistleblower Rewarded for Alleging FCA Billing Violations
51 Nearly $150 Million from American Rescue Plan to Support Community-Based Health Care Providers with COVID-19 Response
52 Federal Research: NIH Should Take Further Action to Address Foreign Influence
53 West Michigan health leaders team up with local schools to vaccinate eligible students
54 FDA Reverses 11th Hour HHS Action to Exempt Certain Devices from 510(k) Premarket Requirement
55 More Than 40 New Coronavirus Outbreaks Reported In Michigan Schools
56 Manager of Hospice & Home Health Companies Sentenced to Prison for Role in $150 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme
57 HHS Awards ICF Head Start Contract for $35 Million
58 Ahead of West Nile Virus' Seasonal Return, Dallas County Health Issues Warning
60 AG Healey Reaches Settlement With Williamstown Nursing Home for Failure to Adequately Care for Residents
61 State approves certificate of need for 66-bed hospital in Scotts Hill, NHRMC says
62 Michigan unveils new COVID-19 testing locations at welcome centers, airport
63 COVID-19 Video #96 | Tuesday April 20, 2021 | News List
64 NC sets aside aid for farmers who bear costs of quarantining farmworkers
65 North Carolina attorney general announces $13 million Medicaid fraud conviction
66 NEW: Nevada’s test positivity rate falls to 5.8%; 528 COVID-19 cases reported
67 NJ Department of Human Services Issues Updated Re-Opening Requirements for Congregate Day Programs for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
69 State looking to revise COVID-19 county map framework
70 Migrant children to arrive at Long Beach Convention Center today
71 State's COVID-19 case rate begins to ease, indicating latest surge may have peaked
72 Biden Seeks Added Funding for Medical Research, Disease Tracking
73 UPDATE: Senior Activity Centers to Reopen Friday, April 30
74 Howard County Physician Pays More Than $660000 to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations of Fraudulent Billing
75 Baker-Polito Administration Awards $3.8 Million to 31 Youth Substance Use Prevention Programs Across the Commonwealth
76 Health department suggests businesses help promote vaccinations for employees
77 Governor declares regional state of emergency for Russian River Watershed due to drought conditions
78 Virtual Care Spreads in Health System That's Home to ‘Hospital Without Beds’
79 House OKs subpoenas for separation agreements from Gov. Whitmer’s office
80 Comprehensive Pain Specialists And Former Owners Agree To Pay $4.1 Million To Settle Fraud Allegations
81 Governor Carney Honors Division of Public Health Director as Longest-Serving State Public Health Official in US
82 Local health department 'surprised' at the news of state's health director's resignation
83 President Biden Announces Intent to Nominate Key Role for the Department of Health and Human Services
84 Marin Voice: Reduced jail population exemplifies commitment by county justice partners
85 Vaccine campaign meets slow demand across the state
86 Developments Regarding Commission-Based Compensation Arrangements with Independent Contractors
87 Weekly Update for Government Contractors and Commercial Businesses – April 2021 #2
88 Removing The X-Waiver Is One Small Step Toward Increasing Treatment Of Opioid Use Disorder, But Great Leaps Are Needed
89 Guest column -- Littleton Elder and Human Services needs support, space
90 Corning Inc. announces expansion of contract with U.S. Departments of Defense, Health, & Human Services
91 Covid Tracker: 35,881 cases, 528 deaths
92 Columbia health officials continue to push COVID-19 vaccine amid waning demand
93 Dr. Scrase predicts New Mexico will be mostly Green or Turquoise by end of May
94 California foster parents asked to take unaccompanied migrant children
95 TUESDAY UPDATES: Boone County active cases continue to drop; Cole County reports no new cases
96 COVID-19 vaccination rates for Black residents of SWFL are dramatically lower; churches and other groups are filling the gap
97 Philadelphia overdose spike: New city effort will combat rise in Black and Latino deaths
98 Biden Asks Feds Across Government to Volunteer to Assist at the Border
99 Partisan deadlock blocks Unlock Michigan initiative over emergency powers
100 Department of Human Services Hosting Drive-Thru Food Pantry on April 27 :: Articles ::