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Bishops in recommending "that the approach found in the Church Amendment to the Public Health Service Act (the Church Amendment)" be adapted to the current mandate.
This report focuses on the preventive services for women specified in Section 2713 of the Public Health Service Act added by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).
According to the Public Health Service Act, Section 330, primary care program grantees include: * Community Health Center, Section 330 (e) * Migrant Health Center, Section 330 (g) * Health Care for the Homeless, Section 330 (h) * Public Housing Primary Care, Section 330 (i) The different variables of data that are collected are very specific as far as HRSA requirements.
Recently, funding for the Nursing Workforce Development Programs, through Title VIII of the Public Health Service Act, were held at $243 million.
Bush made this statement while championing Title X of the Public Health Service Act, the first - and to date only - federal program dedicated to providing family planning services.
This final rule is issued under the authority provided to the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in section 3001 (c)(5) of the Public Health Service Act (PHSA) as added by the HITECH Act.
The Public Health Service Act section 3004(b)(1) established the Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act).
The Surveillance, Tracking, Observation, and Prevention of Obesity Act of 2009 amends the Public Health Service Act (PHS) to direct the Secretary of HHS to develop demonstration grants for up to 10 states to track childhood immunization or childhood health to include data on BMI, collected and submitted to the state by healthcare workers.