State budget cuts and a freeze on conference attendance and non-essential travel have forced the cancellation of the GPHA Annual Meeting and Conference.
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You can now read a copy of the interim report issued by the Health and Human Services Task Force, who’s members have explored different options for restructuring the Department of Human Resources.
Significant changes may be required for the timing, location and structure of the GPHA Annual Meeting due to budget restrictions imposed on health districts across the state.
Dr. S. Elizabeth Ford, the acting director of Georgia’s Division of Public Health, released a letter to Public Health employees outlining the potential impacts of the Governor’s proposed restructuring plan.
Amerigroup Corporation has agreed to pay $225 million to resolve claims that it systematically avoided enrolling pregnant women and other high-risk patients in its managed care program in Illinois.
Improving the public’s health must truly be a community effort, which is why GPHA’s Epidemiology Section is asking you to save-the-date for a conference about building partnerships on September 26, 2008.
The nurses of the Georgia Public Health Association are urging Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue to support the creation of a separate Department of Public Health.
Georgia’s Public Health budget will have to shrink even further, according to a letter from Dr. Sandra Elizabeth Ford, the acting Director of Georgia’s Division of Public Health.
GPHA board secretary and event coordinator Gregory Fenno earned Certified Government Meeting Professional credentials at a recent training in Dallas.