In Idaho, 2 in 5 tested homes across the state have higher-than-recommended radon levels. January is Radon Action Month, and the Department of Health and Welfare is encouraging Idahoans to test their homes for radon and raising awareness about the risks of radon in your community.
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Idahoans urged to test homes for radon, the second leading cause of lung cancer in U.S.
DHW seeks input on Idaho Behavioral Health Plan
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare’s Divisions of Medicaid and Behavioral Health are working together to develop a new and innovative Idaho Behavioral Health Plan (IBHP) program.
Idaho Medicaid submits behavioral health transformation/IMD waiver for federal approval
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) today formally submitted a section 1115 behavioral health transformation waiver to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for federal consideration.
January edition of Idaho Administrative Bulletin contains several DHW rule-making notices
The Idaho Administrative Bulletin published today with the following Department of Health and Welfare dockets and notices: