NYDOH

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NYDOHNew York Department of Health
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The application would be submitted under NYDOH's funding request for application (RFA) "Health and Human Services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals, Families and Communities." (iii) Census data, Colleen wrote, "will help us make the case that there's an audience for our proposed programs, and hopefully say something about their geographic location" (pers.
In June 2013, Colleen received official confirmation from the NYDOH that QFDP was selected to receive funding for the next five years, until 2018.
The NYDOH went further and mandates quarterly monitoring for Legionella in transplant units.
(13) The greater than five-minute flush is recommended in both the NYDOH guideline and current ASHRAE guideline.
Also included in the NYDOH guideline, as well as other guidance documents, is the removal of dead leg sections of pipe.
All surveyed laboratories were federally licensed under CLIA '88, and 88.6% of the surveyed laboratories and 87.9% of laboratories listed in the AMP Test Directory were accredited by CAP and/or NYDOH. Almost one-half (49%) of directors in the surveyed laboratories had a PhD as their highest academic degree, 27% had a MD degree, and 24% a combination of MD and PhD degrees.
Accreditation bodies such as CAP and NYDOH have recently added special accreditation requirements for molecular pathology and genetics to help ensure the quality of testing in these areas.
According to NYDOH (1986a), the goals of RUG-II were to match payment with intensity of care, to ensure placement of residents in the appropriate level of care, and to encourage restorative care.
The analyses done for this study were based on financial and other data derived from NYDOH LTC facility Cost Report data for the years 1983 and 1986-90.
Thus, RUG-II appears to have been successful in meeting NYDOH's implementation goals.
Many providers feel that the current NYDOH version of RUG-II (1993) fails to recognize the resource needs of this category of individuals because of its reliance on impairments in activities of daily living.
Our evaluation of the correlation from various cost centers and case mix confirmed a prior NYDOH finding that dietary and laundry services do not vary according to case mix.