HRSA


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AcronymDefinition
HRSAHealth Resources & Services Administration (US)
HRSAHeat Resistant Super Alloy (machining)
HRSAHamilton Rating Scale for Anxiety
HRSAHistorical Radio Society of Australia
HRSAHealth Research Systems Analysis
HRSAHuman Resources Students' Association
HRSAHigh Rock Shooting Association
HRSAHotel and Restaurant Suppliers Association (Canada)
HRSAHigh Risk of Self Abuse
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healthcare system in providing quality, value-based care to their communities' said HRSA Acting Administrator Tom Engels.
The program is administered by HRSA in partnership with the Administration for Children and Families.
The HRSA's health centers service one in 14 people living the United States and nearly half of all centers service rural populations.
It may be tempting to judge the forecasts by the gravitas of their publication venue--Juraschek and colleagues (2012) was in an academic journal, HRSA (2014) was a government report, and Carnevale and associates (2015) was an institutional report with gender-biased pastel-colored infographics--but this is not the correct way to assess the plausibility of each.
To improve program oversight, and provide more guidance to the various actors in the 340B program, HRSA was expected to promulgate comprehensive regulations, referred to in the industry as the "mega rule", in 2014.
HRSA provides three grant opportunities to fund Telehealth programs: Licensure Portability, Telehealth Network and Telehealth Resource Center.
It would take an additional 7,500 primary care physicians to end the shortages in all of those areas, said HRSA.
About $800,000 is coming from DRA and $5.4 million from HRSA.
"We're glad to continue this life-saving work with our partners at HRSA and in the transplant community."
The committee also laid out a detailed blueprint for more coordinated efforts among federal agencies, including the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The Health Resources and Services Administration's (HRSA) Division of Nursing announced substantial revisions to the major federal funding programs that constitute nursing education and training.