Kansas The Kansas Health Policy Authority was merged, in July 2011, with the state Department of Health and Environment to become a division of that agency.
What does HPA stand for?
HPA stands for Health Policy Authority
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- Hawaii Paroling Authority
- Hawaii Preparatory Academy
- Hawaii Psychological Association
- Hawaii Publishers Association (Kaneohe, HI)
- Hazardous Products Act
- Head of Processing Activity
- Head of Procuring Activity
- Health Plan Administrator
- Health Planning Agency (various locations)
- Health Policy and Administration (education program)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A three-judge appeals court panel overturned a lower-court ruling and ordered the Kansas Health Policy Authority to grant Mary Stinemetz's request to undergo a Medicaid-funded liver transplant in Nebraska.
KFMC's major contracts are with the Department of Health and Human Services - Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the State of Kansas, Kansas Health Policy Authority (Division of Health Policy and Finance, and Social and Rehabilitation Services).
The Kansas Health Policy Authority exercised its first three-year option on the contract, extending the agreement with EDS until June 30, 2011.
HP Enterprise Services today announced a $119 million two-year technology services contract extension that includes two one-year options with the Kansas Health Policy Authority (KHPA), allowing the state to meet its budget without eliminating staff or reducing customer service.
UniCare is pleased with the opportunity to provide high-quality health benefits and community resources to a well qualified and an excellent department like the Kansas Health Policy Authority (KHPA) and Kansas Department of Administration, Division of Purchases.
On August 25th, the Kansas Health Policy Authority notified FirstGuard, a wholly owned subsidiary of Centene, that its contract would end December 31, 2006.
On August 25th, the Kansas Health Policy Authority notified FirstGuard Health Plan Kansas, Inc.