. "Appendix J: Organization, Funding, and Management of the Title X Program." A Review of the HHS Family Planning Program: Mission, Management, and Measurement of Results. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2009.
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same copay or no copay) and the legislative and policy changes needed to implement such a schedule. Fifth, it would be useful to discuss strategies certain CHCs have used for effective implementation of Title X to assist those CHCs that have been most challenged.
1.HHS (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services). 2008. Fiscal year 2008 regionalmemorandum of agreement and work plan guidance. From the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs to Regional Health Administrators. Rockville, MD: HHS.
2.Moskosky, S.2007. Title X: The National Family Planning Program. The basics (TitleX 101). Rockville, MD: HHS.
9.Title 45-Public welfare and human services. Part 74-Uniform administrative requirements for awards and subawards to institutions of higher education, hospitals, othernonprofit organizations. Subpart C-post-award requirements. Section 74.51 Monitoring and reporting program performance.