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Rule Changes Coming for Disability Protection and Advocacy Systems
While not changing its requirement that state Disabilities Protection and Advocacy System submit an annual statement of goals and priorities for review by stakeholders and the general public
posted 10/9/12 07:32 AM read complete story
(LEGAL) Court Case Affirms Standing to Sue for Indigent Medical Care
An appeals court overruled a lower court decision dismissing efforts to compel a California county to offer medical coverage to the petitioner and other indigent residents ruled ineligible for a County Medical Services
posted 8/11/11 12:40 PM read complete story
(GRANTS) Funds Help Coordinate Health Reform, Public Health Immunization
Capacity Building Assistance to Strengthen Public Health Immunization Infrastructure and Performance help agencies that have received Sec. 371 grantees transition into "a health care environment that is being transformed by the ACA."
posted 4/3/11 10:03 PM read complete story
(REPORT) TRICARE Beneficiaries Report Fewer Racial Health Disparities
Minority TRICARE beneficiaries reported fewer ethnic and racial health disparities while receiving care in the TRICARE system compared to experiences reported by Americans served by civilian doctors, according to an study published in the July 2009 Journal of the Nat'l Medical Assn. Minority benefi...
posted 9/11/09 08:37 AM read complete story
HEALTH REFORM: Sebelius: Reform Must Address Disparities
A new report released by HHS today helps to demonstrate the Obama Administration's commitment to addressing disparity issues within comprehensive health reform legislation.
posted 6/9/09 2:05 PM read complete story
Study: Universal Coverage Would Reduce Disparities
In particular, the study finds, obtaining Medicare coverage is associated with significant reductions in racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic health disparities in adults with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
posted 4/21/09 09:30 AM read complete story
Latinos Leaders To Obama: Provide Healthcare For All Immigrants
Latino leaders have outlined their demand for universal health coverage for all immigrants residing in the United States regardless of their legal status in a manifesto they agreed upon during a meeting earlier this month in Washington, D.C. "Hispanic/Latino leaders strongly u...
posted 12/23/08 11:40 AM read complete story
IHS Wants to Conduct HP/DP Grantee Survey
(Comment Deadline: Oct. 17) The Indian Health Service (IHS) at the Health & Human Services Dept. proposes a Health Promotion/Disease Prevention (HP/DP) Grantee Survey. This would be a one time survey to fulfill an OMB request for an independent external evaluation collection. IHS's goal is to ...
posted 8/25/08 1:28 PM read complete story
More Than a Quarter of Hispanics Have No Healthcare Provider
Twenty-seven percent of Hispanic adults in the United States have no regular healthcare providers, although many of those adults have health insurance and speak English, finds a new study by the Pew Hispanic Center and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). For the study, researchers la...
posted 8/14/08 09:33 AM read complete story
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