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Henry Swiniarski, the state's assistant secretary for EOHHS, gives examples of some of the many agencies involved in home visiting programs--the visiting nurses association, the department of public health, the newborn home visiting program and others.
Early in my tenure at EOHHS, I committed myself to changing the culture of the secretariat to one that makes client outcomes an integral part of our day-to-day conversations and uses data to inform policy and programmatic decisions.
HP said that it will assume responsibility for and upgrade the EOHHS's data warehouse to address Rhode Island's changing healthcare needs.
(89) As a result of those findings, EOHHS and the Behavioral Taskforce put forth a number of strategies to reduce wait times in the ER for mental health patients.
The official website of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) states, "[smarting in October 2013, MassHealth and Medicare will join together with health plans in Massachusetts to offer One Care ...
Establishing a Bureau of Program Integrity within the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) to monitor and correct programmatic deficiencies;
Among the facilities at which workers will be eligible for the voluntary layoff program are Templeton Developmental Center, where the patient census dropped by four, from 127 to 123 between August 2007 and this month; and Glavin Regional Center in Shrewsbury, where the patient census dipped from 64 to 55, according to EOHHS. Templeton has 443 employees and Glavin has 191.
"Although it is up slightly, we are cautiously optimistic about the numbers," said Jennifer Kritz, deputy communications director of EOHHS.
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