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  • Veterans Professional/Occupational Licensure Fee Waiver Program

    … Act 209 Wisconsin Act 209 (effective July 1, 2012) requires that the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) establish and maintain a program under which 13 state licensing agencies … Waiver The WDVA determines eligibility for this program. To be qualified for a fee waiver, a veteran must be a Wisconsin resident and must have been honorably discharged from the U.S. armed …
    • Updated on November 09, 2021.
  • Peer-Run Respite for Veterans Now Open

    … The nation’s first respite home managed by veterans for veterans experiencing mental health and substance use challenges is now open in Pewaukee. Known …
    • Updated on January 28, 2021.
  • Consumer Guide: Health Insurance Benefits for Veterans in Wisconsin

    … may have certain health insurance benefits. The best place to start is the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs . They can help you learn more about your options. Veterans health insurance options We’ve outlined some of the main health insurance plans and …
    • Updated on August 29, 2022.
  • Core Values of Self-Determination

    • Updated on January 23, 2017.
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship: Medical and Veterinary Education

    … for all students in human and animal health care practices (e.g., medical, dental, nursing, veterinary, pharmacy) who may be prescribing and managing antibiotics for patients. While there … Antimicrobial Stewardship Curriculum  – Wake Forest School of Medicine Medical and veterinary students may also find some additional DHS Antimicrobial Stewardship webpages helpful: …
    • Updated on September 01, 2021.
  • Infection Control and Prevention - Transmission-Based Precautions

    … Infection control principles and practices for local public health agencies Transmission-based precautions are used in addition to standard precautions when use of standard … alone does not fully prevent communicable disease transmission. There are three types of transmission-based precautions--contact, droplet, and airborne - the type used depends on the mode of transmission of a specific disease. Some diseases require more than one type of transmission-based precaution (e.g. SARS, which requires airborne and contact precautions as well …
    • Updated on January 18, 2023.
  • Non-Emergency Medical Transportation: Transportation Advisory Council

    … The Transportation Advisory Council (TAC) is a group of transportation and health care providers, advocacy agencies, and other stakeholders who provide …
    • Updated on June 01, 2023.
  • Disability Determination Bureau: Disability Determination Process FAQs

    … I apply? We will look at your claim and the supporting materials. If you meet the disability determination criteria, your claim will be allowed. What if my claim is denied? You may appeal a …
    • Updated on December 06, 2022.
  • CARES to Transmit Eligibility Information to InterChange in Real Time for Real-Time Eligibility Determinations

    … The purpose of this Operations Memo is to announce that CARES will transmit eligibility information to interChange in real time when a person applying online for …
    • Updated on June 15, 2022.
  • Hospitals: Transplant Programs

    Transplant programs at hospitals provide people with organ transplants. This includes heart, liver, lungs, kidney, pancreas, or intestine. Transplant programs are allowed only at hospitals with a Medicare provider agreement. The … must follow: Hospital conditions of participation described in 42 CFR §482.1 through §482.57. Transplant conditions of participation described in 42 CFR §482.68 through §482.104. Federal …
    • Updated on January 13, 2023.
  • HIV: Undetectable = Untransmittable

    … be controlled with the right treatment and medical care. U=U, which stands for Undetectable = Untransmittable, is a worldwide campaign built on science that shows HIV cannot be passed through … HIV prevention messages that some viewers may consider controversial. … HIV: Undetectable = Untransmittable
    • Updated on April 13, 2023.
  • Transitional Jobs Implementation

    … The purpose of this memo is to announce the implementation of the Transitional Jobs (TJ) program and its policy implications on Transform Milwaukee Jobs (TMJ), …
    • Updated on June 15, 2022.
  • OBVI: Braille Transcribers

    • Updated on August 01, 2022.
  • DHS Transitions to VaccineFinder

    • Updated on April 19, 2023.
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD)

    … for coordinating the state’s public health response to the prevention and control of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). For information regarding HIV, please go to the HIV Program webpage . Information for the General Public Are you afraid you may have a sexually transmitted disease (STD)? The Information for the General Public webpage will give you … partner therapy, and partner services. Reportable STDs Chlamydia Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a bacterium called Chlamydia trachomatis. It is the most …
    • Updated on May 18, 2023.
  • LGBTQ Health: Transgender Health

    … A person who is transgender does not conform with gender norms for their biological sex assigned at birth. These norms include: Gender identities Expressions Behaviors Being transgender looks different for everyone. For example, some people might: Change their bodies … usage, and other behaviors. Choose not to alter their external appearance at all. Ultimately, transgender people want to be treated with respect. They also want to be treated in a way that …
    • Updated on October 27, 2022.
  • ODHH: Sign Language Interpreters

    • Updated on April 13, 2023.
  • Working with an ASL Interpreter

    … What is an Interpreter? An interpreter is a professional who provides the communication link between individuals who are … and deaf, hard of hearing or deaf-blind . For people who use American Sign Language (ASL), the interpreter translates or interprets spoken language into ASL.  They also translate or interpret …
    • Updated on January 08, 2018.
Last revised June 2, 2023