Computations for the 2018 Annual Update of the HHS Poverty Guidelines for the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia
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U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines Used to Determine Financial Eligibility for Certain Federal Programs [ Federal Register Notice, January 18, 2018 Full text ] [ Prior Poverty Guidelines and Federal Register References Since 1982 ]
Computations for the 2019 Annual Update of the HHS Poverty Guidelines for the 48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia
U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines Used to Determine Financial Eligibility for Certain Federal Programs [ Prior Poverty Guidelines and Federal Register References Since 1982 ] [ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)]
Poverty guidelines since 1982 for the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia can be calculated by addition using the figures shown below.
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ASPE’s child care eligibility briefs and factsheets are produced every year in the fall, and provide descriptive information on the number and characteristics of children eligible for child care subsidies, using both federal and state eligibility rules. Data sources are the Current Population Survey and 801 child care administrative data.
DALTCP provides leadership on HHS policies that support the independence, health and productivity of elderly individuals and people with disabilities. DALTCP staff work on long-term care, post-acute care, personal assistance services, family care giving, integrated care (including for dual eligibles), rehabilitative services, employment of people
U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines Used to Determine Financial Eligibility for Certain Federal Programs HHS Poverty Guidelines for 2019 The 2019 poverty guidelines are in effect as of January 11, 2019. The Federal Register notice for the 2019 Poverty Guidelines was published February 1, 2019.
Our Marginal Tax Rate research series examines the range of effective marginal tax rates for low-income households and common benefit program “bundles.” We also focus on families receiving child care subsidies (CCDF) and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
Section 3087 of the 21st Century Cures Act, signed into law in December 2016, added subsection (f) to section 319 of the Public Health Service Act. This new subsection gives the HHS Secretary the authority to waive Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) (44 USC 3501 et seq.) requirements with respect to voluntary collection of information during a public
Creating the infrastructure to allow disparate systems to interpret and exchange patient information.
Enabling data partners to engage with and access multiple research networks.
Collection of Patient-Provided Information through a Mobile Device Application for Use in Comparative Effectiveness and Drug Safety Research
Creating infrastructure for collecting data from patients through a mobile device application and enhancing data linkages.
Building the foundation to develop data infrastructure needed for patients to share their data with others
Implementing the re-design of the CMS Blue Button to Increase Data Access and Empower Beneficiaries
Improving existing data infrastructure to support more timely and complete mortality data collection.
Empowering patients by re-designing the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Blue Button to enable it as a ‘Data-as-a-Service’ platform.