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- abbr. Department of Health and Human Services
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- Health and Human Services
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- n. the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with health and welfare; created in 1979
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It also seems that HHS is doing just that as they are scrutinizing people entering the country "legally" from Mexico.
HHS is focusing a little differently, being very explicit at telling its teams that this is real and that way things are going to happen.
HHS is explicitly authorized to deny coverage if expenses go above that amount. how that is universal coverage is beyond me.
So, the AHRQ, part of HHS, is mandated to convene the USPSTF and to PAY FOR ITS RESEARCH and even PROVIDES ITS STAFF.
The Baucus-Grassley plan grandfathers “physician owned hospitals” and sets up a bizarre planning structure within HHS for those hospitals to expand services.
Here's the reasoning behind the executive order: HHS is working to finalize regulations by the end of 2010 defining an "unreasonable premium increase."
HHS is also not building this bureaucratic apparatus in a transparent way.
In other words, HHS is pre-emptively declaring that it will grant a special dispensation to rules that haven't even been finalized.
Andy Griffith's role in HHS ads hailing Obamacare is not improper taxpayer-funded propaganda, the GAO has ruled.
Francis: I would have provided the alternative of allowing an individual who refused to purchase insurance to post (at some suitable location — like a new office within HHS) a bond in the amount of not less than $1,000,000, to be used to reimburse the government for unpaid emergency room fees.