"Funding resource provided by the Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care and the Health Systems Development in Child Care Grant Healthy Child Care Colorado Initiative (#5 H24 MC 00021-05)", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
This manual was compiled by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division HIPAA Workgroup and modified by Colorado Mental Health Services in February 2003. It contains detailed information about the Privacy Rule and summary information about the Codes and Transaction Rule focused on provider-specific issues., Caption title., Mode of access: World Wide Web., HIPAA provider manual -- Attachment A, HIPAA privacy regulation glossary -- Attachment B-Privacy rule, CFR 45 parts 160 & 164 -- Attachment C-Final regulation text standards for electronic transactions -- Attachment D-Business associate contract -- Attachment E--Notification of privacy for private health informaton -- Attachment F-Data use agreement -- Attachment G-Authorization -- Attachment H-Information flow assessment questionnaire -- Attachment I-Accounting of disclosures -- Attachment J-Privacy officer job description -- Attachment K-Office security tips -- Attachment L-Public law 104-91 -- Attachment M-Codes for mental health and substance abuse -- Attachment N-HIPAA web resources -- Attachment O-Request for protected health information.
"This manual was compiled by the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division HIPAA Workgroup during the summer and fall of 2002 and updated in August 2004."--P.1, Title from caption., "Updated August 2004.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Access and availability to behavioral health crisis services continues to be a gap in Colorado's behavioral health system. The goals of crisis services are to improve access to the most appropriate treatment resources and to decrease the utilization of hospital emergency departments, jails, prisons, and homeless programs for behavioral health emergencies., this report was prepared by Chris Habgood, Jere Thomas., "January 2013.", Bibliography: page 31., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2013)
We all have mental health - even babies! Just as we care for children's physical health we must also take care of their mental health. We do this by supporting their social-emotional development. By helping children to learn social and emotional skills, you can build stronger relationships with children and families. You can also reduce challenging behavior in children that you work with. These resource are intended to: 1) Educate professionals about social-emotional development and early childhood mental health; 2) Offer tips on how to support healthy social-emotional development in early childhood programs; 3) Support communication and outreach to families., 6 video files MPEG 2,014 MB, An important but sensitive topic -- The foundations of mental health -- Tips for professionals -- Communication toolkit -- Conversations about children's mental health -- Key messages for parents and caregivers., Produced by Colorado Department of Human Services, Early Childhood Mental Health Unit in February 2018., Online resource; title from title screen (viewed October 2019), Substance Abuse nd Mental Health Services Administration grant 3 1H79SM061558-01.
Cover title., "January 30, 1998.", "Prepared under a grant from the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement (Grant No. 90-FF-0027) to the Colorado Department of Human Services for the Model Office Project.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Administrative Review Division., text file, Began with fall 1999; ceased with 2007?, 2000 report not published?, For 2002-issues, surveys distributed October, November, December and results published the following calendar year., Print version record., Survey conducted August 2001 also called "3rd annual"; January 2002 survey also called 2001.