In keeping with its mission of public service, NIU has also negotiated a payment schedule with the Illinois Department of Public Aid for treating Medicaid patients and expects to offer its services to a full spectrum of applicants.
What does IDPA stand for?
IDPA stands for Illinois Department of Public Aid
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We have 2 other meanings of IDPA in our Acronym Attic
- Intoxicated Drivers Program (various locations)
- Intrusion Detection and Prevention
- Iodine Disinfection By-Products
- IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) Discovery Protocol
- Irrigation Development Project (Zambia)
- ISDN Protocol Converter
- Islamic Democratic Party (Maldives)
- Isometric Dot Paper
- Issuing Distribution Point (digital certificate)
- I Don't Practice Anymore
- Indian Documentary Producers Association (India)
- Institute for Development Policy Analysis and Advocacy
- International Dart Players Association (UK)
- International Deaf Pilots Association
- International Defensive Pistol Association
- International Development Program of Australia
- Invacare Dual Post Armrests
- Inverted Doherty Power Amplifier
- Iowa Dairy Products Association
- Institute for Development Policy Analysis and Advocacy (founded 1994; part of PROSHIKA)
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This committee was charged with advising and assisting the agency that actually administered the welfare program, the Illinois Department of Public Aid (IDPA).
Maram director of the Illinois Department of Public Aid.
Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (b) Source: Illinois Department of Public Aid
The 2006 budget, which is subject to the governor's approval, directs Barry Maram, director of the Illinois Department of Public Aid, to negotiate new contracts with managed care organizations that serve the State's Medicaid beneficiaries.
The program is administered by the Illinois Department of Public Aid.
A single line proposed by the Illinois Department of Public Aid in its budget would eliminate all Medicaid managed care plans in Illinois -- despite a recent $300,000 report commissioned by the State recommending expansion of managed care programs as a means of saving tax dollars and providing improved care for Medicaid recipients.
The program is administered by the Illinois Department of Public Aid and assists eligible low-income households pay their energy bills.