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  2. Association of Occupational Health Professionals in ...

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    Website. AOHP. The Association of Occupational Health Professionals in Healthcare ( AOHP) is a professional association focusing on the health, safety, and well-being of health professionals. It is the only national professional organization in the United States with the exclusive mission of addressing the needs and concerns of occupational ...

  3. California Department of Public Health - Wikipedia

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    cdph.ca.gov. The California Department of Public Health ( CDPH) is the state department responsible for public health in California. It is a subdivision of the California Health and Human Services Agency. It enforces some of the laws in the California Health and Safety Codes, notably the licensing of some types of healthcare facilities.

  4. Health Professionals and Allied Employees - Wikipedia

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    In 1985, the union changed its name to the Health Professionals and Allied Employees to represent its shift away from purely hospital organizing. 1993 proved to be a pivotal year for HPAE. On December 4, 1993, 680 union members struck Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune City, New Jersey. Pay was the primary issue.

  5. Does Medicare pay for mental health care? Here’s which ...

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    Marriage and family therapists, and licensed mental health counselors are now eligible for reimbursement, which could potentially add about 400,000 more mental health professionals to the mix.

  6. Allied health professions - Wikipedia

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    Allied Health Professions are a distinct group of health professionals who apply their expertise to prevent disease transmission, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate people of all ages and all specialties. Together with a range of technical and support staff they may deliver direct patient care, rehabilitation, treatment, diagnostics and health ...

  7. Why big Medicare Advantage insurers may root for Biden to ...

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    The new regulations have come hard and fast recently. Last week, the government said it would increase its payments to Medicare Advantage (MA) insurers by 3.7% in 2025. That’s "marginally worse ...

  8. National Provider Identifier - Wikipedia

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    A National Provider Identifier ( NPI) is a unique 10-digit identification number issued to health care providers in the United States by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The NPI has replaced the Unique Physician Identification Number (UPIN) as the required identifier for Medicare services, and is used by other payers ...

  9. Kaiser Permanente - Wikipedia

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    Kaiser Permanente ( / ˈkaɪzər pɜːrməˈnɛnteɪ /; KP) is an American integrated managed care consortium, based in Oakland, California, United States, founded in 1945 by industrialist Henry J. Kaiser and physician Sidney Garfield. Kaiser Permanente is made up of three distinct but interdependent groups of entities: the Kaiser Foundation ...