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National Health Information

 National Organizations


 

The National Indian Health Board represents Tribal governments—both those that operate their own health care delivery systems through contracting and compacting, and those receiving health care directly from the Indian Health Service.

The National Indian Health Board, a non-profit organization, provides a variety of services to tribes, Area Health Boards, Tribal organizations, federal agencies, and private foundations, including:

 
  • Advocacy

  • Policy Formation and Analysis

  • Legislative and Regulatory Tracking

  • Direct and Timely Communication with Tribes

  • Research on Indian Health Issues

  • Program Development and Assessment

  • Training and Technical Assistance Programs

  • Project Management

 

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  • Health Topics

  • People and Traditions

  • Programs and Services

  • Research and Data

 

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The Urban Indian Health Programs consist of 34 non-profit 501(3) (c) programs nationwide. The programs are funded through grants and contracts from the Indian Health Service, under Title V of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, PL 94-437, as amended.

 
  • Programs

  • Documents

  • Statistics

 

Includes Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Denver, Colo.
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