DHHR

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DHHRDepartment of Health and Human Resources
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SB 337--Permits parents of a newborn to opt out of the application of erythromycin, or equivalent medication, on the eyes of their child and goes on to legally immunize that decision from any adverse action for abuse and neglect or child endangerment by DHHR or other legal entity.
WV DHHR and CDC reviewed HIV surveillance and partner services data to identify persons with HIV infection diagnosed in 2017 who resided in one of the 15 counties at the time of diagnosis.
Under the terms of the agreement, KEPRO will be responsible for the expansion of DHHR's Personal Care Programme that serves West Virginia's Medicaid members.
Respondents were asked if they received help from individuals in a county DHHR office, from an insurance agent or broker, or from the health insurance Marketplace 1-800 number.
Employment addresses for participants were obtained from training registration lists compiled by the DHHR for the purposes of administering the post-training survey.
(3) Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services at a Glance, in CMS FINANCIAL REPORT, FISCAL YEAR 2009 ("2009 CMS Financial Report"), available at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/CFOReport/Downloa ds/2009_CMS_Financial Report.pdf.
Cindy Beane, Commissioner, DHHR Bureau for Medical Services presented "Discussion on IDD Waiver."
The convening of the 83rd West Virginia Legislature has resulted in the passage of Enrolled House Bill 2620 creating the Of ce of Drug Control Policy, under the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR).