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Any nonprofit contracted to work with the New Jersey Department of Human Services or Department of Children and Families is subject to caps on how much of the contract can be apportioned to CEO salaries and employee benefits.
The study was designed and facilitated by James Davy, former Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Human Services.
Kessler Foundation and has grown with additional sponsorship from the New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Disability Services and in partnership with the John J.
Commissioned by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, the $1 million study concluded that the so-called "family cap" policy appears to have resulted in an increase of about 240 abortions per year among welfare recipients.
NEW YORK -- HMS today announced that it had been awarded a contract by the State of New Jersey Department of Human Services Division of Medical Assistance (DMAHS) to conduct audits of paid claims submitted by pharmacy and durable medical equipment providers to DMAHS programs, including Medicaid, Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled, NJ Family Care, Senior Gold, AIDS Drug Distribution Program, and General Assistance.
As a partner with the New Jersey Department of Human Services in Medicaid, Personal Care Plus and NJ Family Care, we are committed to improving access to quality, affordable health care for the most vulnerable populations in America," said John Kirchner, AmeriChoice of New Jersey president.
The Holmes Report also cited MWW Group's industry-leading client and employee retention, a key driver for significant organic growth on existing accounts including McDonald's, Nikon and the New Jersey Department of Human Services.
SSPA, an independent not-for-profit organization managed by its member social service providers, is a New Jersey coalition of more than 1,000 social service providers funded by the New Jersey Department of Human Services and Department of Children and Families.