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The health and human services (HHS)

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« on: February 24, 2010, 09:17:21 »

The health and human services (HHS) infrastructure in the United States is in need of repair. HHS agencies can comprise up to 40 percent of state spending. Yet in spite of this spending and the best intentions and hard work of professionals in these agencies, individuals and families regularly fall through the cracks.
Many clients rely on multiple HHS agencies, departments, and programs, including public healthcare, behavioral health, child and family services, and care to the elderly and disabled—yet too often caseworkers, staff, and administrators are not able to coordinate these services effectively across agencies and programs. Complexities in state and federal funding further complicate matters—creating redundant administrative reporting requirements and other inefficiencies. The result: confusion, redundancy, and frustration for individuals and families who must navigate a highly regimented system while trying to obtain the urgent help they may need.


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