HHS to share in benefits, burdens of Clinton's economic package
- Clinton unveils 1997 budget plan for HHS. Aston, Geri // AHA News;3/25/96, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p3
Reports on the unveiling of United States President Bill Clinton's 1997 Department of Health and Human Services budget proposal. Provision under the seven-year Medicare proposal; Projected figures for Medicare and Medicaid spending; Seven-year Medicaid plan that would repeal the Boren...
- Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Budget Amendments for Fiscal Year 2011. Obama, Barack H. // Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/20/2010, p1
A letter is presented from U.S. President Barack Obama to the Speaker of the House of Representatives concerning the budget amendments for the Department of Health and Human Services for fiscal 2011.
- Make cancer top health priority, society President testifies. // Cancer News;Summer93, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p17
Reports on American Cancer Society President Reginald C.S. Ho's testimony before a House Subcommittee on Approriations. Urging the Congress to make cancer as the top health priority; Testifying in favor of the Citizen's Budget; Calling for funds for differnt projects.
- Clinton appropriates 169 billion for HHS; funds fall short of his request. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;10/20/94, Vol. 68 Issue 20, p10
Reports on the bill signed by President Bill Clinton that appropriates $168.8 billion for Health and Human Services. Programs that received increased budgets; Programs that received reduced budgets.
- House panel approves cuts. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;3/20/95, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p17
Reports that the House Appropriations Committee has approved cuts of nearly $400 million in Human and Health Services programs.
- HHS braces for heavy hit. // Ophthalmology Times;6/26/95, Vol. 20 Issue 25, p4
Reports on the possible budget cut to be faced by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), excluding Medicare, after 1995. Estimation that the House Appropriations Committee will work with the 15 percent reduction number.
- CDC tops $2 billion as HHS appropriations are finalized. // Nation's Health;Nov93, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p4
Reports on the budget of the Department of Health and Human Services for the fiscal year 1994. Increase in the allocations for programs within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Comparison of the budgets for the different divisions in fiscal year 1993.
- House appropriations adopts HHS spending plan. // Alcoholism Report;Jul94, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p1
Comments on actions by the House Appropriations Committee on June 21, 1994. Voice vote approval of the FY95 appropriations for the Department of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education and their related agencies; Information regarding funding for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse...
- Exclusivity proposal is floated, then sinks. Dickinson, James G. // Medical Marketing & Media;Dec97, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p32
Reports on the failure of an exclusivity scheme proposal to deal with the Health and Human Services budget at the hearing called by the US Senate Appropriations subcommittee. Allowing of marketing exclusivity for certain brand drugs; Giving of a certain percentage of profits to support research...