Policy & Practice of Public Human Services

Articles from Vol. 60, No. 3, September

Keeping in Touch
Letter from the Executive Director Former APWA Executive Director Sid Johnson jokingly described Washington, D.C., as "78 square miles surrounded by reality." One of the real challenges of an association like APHSA is ensuring that its services reflect...
On the Road to Compliance: Implementing HIPAA
State and local government agencies that provide health care can expect a new tidal wave of change brought on by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which was originally dubbed the Kennedy-Kassebaum Health Care Reform Act....
Our Do'ers Profile: David A. Berns
In Our Do'ers Profile, we highlight some of the hard-working and talented individuals in the public human services field. This issue features David A. Berns of El Paso County's Department of Human Services in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Name: David A....
Research Methods for Public Administrators
Decisions made at every level of government have a tremendous impact on the lives of citizens and their perceptions about government's effectiveness. The public is increasingly demanding tangible results of policies and programs. Elected officials often...
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