The HPSA designation criteria used by Federal health agencies are based on physician to population ratios, with some adjustment for area of high needs as measured by poverty, infant mortality, or fertility; the MUA designation uses a composite index that includes physician to population ratios, poverty, infant mortality, and elderly population (Federal Register 2010).
What does HSIP stand for?
HSIP stands for HPSA (Health Professional Shortage Area) Surgical Incentive Program (US DHHS)
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We have 32 other meanings of HSIP in our Acronym Attic
- High Speed Input/Output
- Holy Stuff, It's Only Wednesday (George Carlin; polite form)
- Health Services Improvement Program
- Health System Improvement Pre-Proposal (Canada)
- hierarchical services of interacting processes
- High School Internship Program
- High Speed Interface Product
- High Speed Internet Protocol
- Highway Safety Improvement Program
- Homeland Security Infrastructure Program
- Hsinchu Science-Based Industrial Park (Taiwan)
- Human System Integration Plan
- Head Start Information and Publication Center
- Homeland Security Integrated Planning Process (US DHS)
- High Speed Inspection Robot
- Homeland Security Intelligence Report
- Human-Systems Integration Requirements
- Human Subjects Internal Review Board (Moravian College)
- Hazardous Substance Incident Response Management
- Health and Safety Inspection Report System
Samples in periodicals archive:
Awards to physicians for a three year commitment will vary with the minimum award being $40,000 and the maximum award being $70,000 depending upon the degree of severity of the HPSA.
148) Payments that an entity makes to a practitioner to induce him to locate in an HHS-defined HPSA for the practitioner's specialty area will be protected by this safe harbor provision if nine conditions are met.
As of May 4, 2011, there are 6,413 Primary Care HPSAs with 66 million people living in them.
Over 7,370 primary care practitioners are needed in order to remove the HPSA designation.
Granting HPSA status is the Health and Human Resource's first step to increase physician supply of high primary provider demand areas.
The NHSC Scholarship Program provides up-front scholarships for individuals who commit to serving between two and four years in a community-based site in a high-need HPSA.
More than 80 percent of Missouri's 114 counties are designated as HPSAs.