HHS is the acronym for the Department of Health and Human Services. It is the U.S. government’s principal agency for protecting and regulating the health of all Americans and for providing essential human services. It has jurisdiction over 11 operating divisions and regulatory agencies including: Administration of Children and Families (ACF); Administration on Aging (AoA); […]
A single-payer system is a health care system in which one entity collects all health care fees and pays all health care costs. Generally, single-payer systems are operated and regulated by the government, which sets the rules and decides what gets paid.
The FDA is the acronym for the Food and Drug Administration. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). It is responsible for protecting and advancing the public???s health and securing the nation???s food supply as well as monitoring and approving the safety of prescription drugs and medical devices.