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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 April 05, 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • OBVI: Braille Transcribers

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

    • Updated on April 19, 2023.
  • 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.
  • Disability Determination Bureau: Contacts

    … Contact us if you have questions about your disability claim being processed or the disability determination process. Have the name and Social Security number of the person whose claim is pending. Mail Disability Determination Bureau PO Box 7886 Madison, WI 53707-7886 Phone 800-423-1938 (toll-free) …
    • Updated on December 06, 2022.
  • Board for Evaluation of Interpreters

    • Updated on March 23, 2023.
Last revised June 1, 2023