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Program A: Personal Health Services

Program Authorization: R.S. 17:1700, 2111-2; R.S. 24:253; R.S. 33:1561; R.S. 36:8, 51.1, 253, 256(B), 258; R.S. 39:171- 4, 231, 241, 321, 361-365: R.S. 40:2-7, 18, 28, 29, 31.2, 299.111-20, 1061-65, 1299.1-5, 1299.151 et. seq., 2481- R.S. 46:950-70, 971-2; R.S. 49:121, 190-9, 951 et. seq.; and Act 390 of 1991

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The mission of the Personal Health Services Program is to provide and ensure clinical and preventive services to promote reduced morbidity and mortality resulting from chronic diseases, infectious/communicable diseases, high risk conditions of infancy and childhood, and accidental and intentional injuries.

The goal of the Personal Health Services Program are:

1. Protect Louisiana citizens from epidemics and the spread of disease, environmental hazards and injuries.

2. Promote healthy behaviors and inform, educate and empower people about health issues.

3. Ensure a continuum of health services and an expert public health and personal health workforce.

The Personal Health Services Program includes the following activities: Chronic Disease, Environmental Epidemiology, HIV/AIDS Surveillance and Prevention, Immunization, Infectious Epidemiology, Injury Research and Prevention, Sexually Transmitted Disease, Tuberculosis Control, Maternal and Child Health, Nutrition Services, Genetic Disease, Family Planning, Children's Special Health Services, Laboratory Services, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, and Pharmacy Services.

OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

1. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Chronic Disease activity, will reduce to 23 percent the individuals 18-24 years old using tobacco products.

2. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Chronic Disease activity, will increase to 64 percent the women on schedule for mammography.

3. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Chronic Disease activity, will increase to 15 percent the individuals reporting recommended levels of physical activity.

1 Physical Activity Program began in FY 1997-98.

4. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Chronic Disease activity will reduce to 77 percent the Louisiana population not achieving dietary compliance.

1 Includes representatives of most major chains.

5. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Environmental Epidemiology activity, will complete 369 health assessments and other public health investigations.

6. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Environmental Epidemiology activity, will complete 400 requests for information regarding exposure and adverse health effects of harmful agents to state agencies and the public.

1 Includes representatives of most major chains.

7. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Environmental Epidemiology activity, will conduct 35 educational outreach presentations regarding exposure to harmful agents and adverse health outcomes.

8. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its HIV/AIDS Surveillance and Prevention activity, will limit the number of new AIDS cases to no more than 1,000 per year.

9. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Immunization activity, will provide the full range of immunizations to at least 95 percent of the State's children by the time they enter kindergarten and to attempt to give the full range of immunizations to 84 percent of the State's children by the age of two.

10. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Immunization activity, will provide influenza surveillance, and the services necessary to attain an immunization rate of 45 percent among the high risk population.

11. In 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Infectious Epidemiology activity, will increase by two percent the number of infectious/communicable disease cases reported within a month of onset.

12. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Injury Research and Prevention activity, will monitor two (2) injury surveillance systems (the state mandated, federally funded Traumatic Brain Injury Registry (TBI) and the Fire and Burn Injury Registry).

13. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Injury Research and Prevention activity, will direct (12) SAFE KIDS chapters and seven (7) Local Violence Prevention Task Forces.

14. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Sexually Transmitted Disease activity, will provide comprehensive sexually transmitted disease (STD) services to 100 percent (approximately 50,000) of clients attending OPH STD clinics.

15. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Sexually Transmitted Disease activity, will apply proven disease intervention techniques and effectively manage 98 percent of the infectious syphilis cases and ensure that at least 80 percent of all chlamydia (9,600) and gonorrhea (7,200) infected patients receive adequate treatment.

16. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Tuberculosis Control activity, will provide diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and cases management services to 100% of the identified referred cases of tuberculosis and will provide examination and evaluation services for 98% of identified contracts to tuberculosis.

17. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Maternal and Child Health activity, will maintain school-based health center services in 29 of the 1,489 public schools, providing 115,000 student visits.

18. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Maternal and Child Health activity, will provide and assure provision of preventive health services to one third of the under age 5 population (estimated 351,154) and one half of the pregnant women in the state.

1 An estimated 10,000 additional females receive pregnancy tests

19. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Nutrition Services activity, will distribute supplemental food to 95 percent of the number of persons allowed to be served within Louisiana's US Department of Agriculture--assigned caseload limits.

20. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Nutrition activity, will ensure access to 59 percent of eligible clients in the WIC program, based upon available 100 percent federal funds.

21. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Genetic Disease activity, will provide screening, diagnosis, specialized medical care and educational services to 95 percent of individuals with genetic disorders and their families.

1 95 percent is often exceeded but is the appropriate benchmark.

22. In Fy 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Family Planning Services activity, will provide family planning services to 23% of Women in Need of Family Planning services.

1 WIN is the standard classifying women in need of family planning services.

23. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Family Planning Services activity, will provide family planning services to 80 percent of women with income under 150 percent of poverty in FY 1998-99.

24. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Services Program, through its Family Planning Services activity, will serve 32 percent of adolescent category.

25. In FY 1997-98, the Personal Services Program, through its Children's Special Health Services activity, will provide a continuum of diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative and support system to the estimated 12,000 eligible, medically disabled children and their families.

26. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Services Program, through its Laboratory Services activity, will complete 98% of the analyses and reports on valid and authorized specimens submitted to the lab.

27. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Bureau of Emergency Medical Services activity, will increase the number of EMS personnel trained by 2 percent.

28. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Bureau of Emergency Medical Services activity, will increase the number of EMS personnel certified to practice in Louisiana by 12 percent.

29. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Bureau of Emergency Medical Services activity, will increase the pre-hospital communities' awareness of specialized training and protocols for pediatric emergencies by increasing the number of pre-hospital Advanced Support courses taught by 17 percent.

1 Governor's EMSC Advisory Council determines how pediatric care should be done in LA (R.S. 40:1300.62-68).

30. In FY 1998-99, the Personal Health Services Program, through its Pharmacy Services activity, will fill 100 percent of all prescriptions and supply orders approved by the Office of Public Health programs.

RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR THE PROGRAM

SOURCE OF FUNDING

This program is funded with general fund, interagency transfers, self-generated funds, and federal funds. Interagency transfers include funds received from the Medical Vendor Program for medical services to Medicaid eligible patients; funds from the Department of Education to provide health services to infants and toddlers (ChildNet); and funds from the Office of Community Services to be utilized in parenting training. Self-generated revenues are comprised of donated funds utilized for provision of child car safety seats on a loaned basis; patient fees or third party reimbursements received for medical services rendered; manufacturer's rebates received from infant formula purchases in the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program; local funds generated by parish millage or contributions for parish health units; and allocation for drivers' license sales and fees for testing charged in the Emergency Medical Services activity. Federal sources of funding include funds for AIDS Prevention, Drugs, New Initiatives, and Reporting; a grant from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to study behavioral risk factors; the USDA Commodity Supplemental Food and WIC Program grants; a grant to assess the extent of exposure of the population to environmental contaminations; the Family Planning Title 10 Grant; the Healthy Futures Case Management Grant for at risk pregnant women; the Immunization Grant for Children; a Laboratory Training Grant; the Maternal and Child Health Grant; the Preventive Health Grant; the Safe Drinking Water Grant; a Tuberculosis Control Grant; a Toxic Site Health Assessment Grant; and the Sexually Transmitted Disease Control Grant.

ANALYSIS OF RECOMMENDATION

GENERAL FUND

TOTAL

T.O.

 

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

 

 

$37,373,568

$186,048,183

1,758

 

ACT 18 FISCAL YEAR 1997-1998

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BA-7 TRANSACTIONS:

$0

$0

0

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

$37,373,568

$186,048,183

1,758

 

EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET - December 10, 1997

 

 

 

 

 

$3,859

$3,859

0

 

Equipment/Major Repairs Adjustment(s) (Non-recurring: -$1,601,571; Replacement/New: +$1,601,571)

$582,824

$1,035,363

0

 

Annualization of 1997 -'98 Merit Pay Adjustment(s)

$594,483

$1,056,070

0

 

1997 -'98 Merit Pay Adjustment(s)

($395,191)

($2,049,783)

(42)

 

Personnel Reduction(s)

$1,747,941

$3,128,653

0

 

Attrition Adjustment(s)

($61,503)

($307,514)

0

 

Retirement Rate Adjustment(s)

$2,000

$5,380

0

 

Adjustment(s) for Civil Service, Training and Other Statewide Interagency Transfer Activities

($2,528,057)

($3,819,243)

0

 

Reductions in various Expenditure Categories; Including Reductions to fully fund salaries

($50,000)

($50,000)

0

 

Reduce funding for Tensas Parish Health Unit and Hospital

$500,382

$500,382

0

 

Risk Management Adjustment(s)

($610)

($610)

0

 

Rent in State-owned Buildings Adjustment(s)

$27,924

$27,924

0

 

Maintenance of State-owned Buildings Adjustment(s)

$3,851

$3,851

0

 

UPS Fees

$12,738

$12,738

0

 

Legislative Auditor Fees

$2,586,614

$0

0

 

Means of Financing Substitution(s) - Replace interagency transfers with general fund

$0

$0

0

 

Means of Financing Substitution(s) - Replace interagency transfers with self-generated revenues to balance to projected revenues

$0

$4,000,000

0

 

Increase funding for Women Infant and Children (WIC) Grant

($412,769)

($412,769)

(15)

 

Transfer funding and 15 positions to the Environmental Health Program to address staffing needs

($790,321)

($1,261,375)

(7)

 

Transfer Health Resources Management Program to Health and Hospitals, Office of the Secretary

$0

$280,500

2

 

For Emergency Medical Services for Children

 

 

 

 

 

$39,197,733

$188,201,609

1,696

 

TOTAL RECOMMENDED

 

 

 

 

 

$1,824,165

$2,153,426

(62)

 

DIFFERENCE (TOTAL RECOMMENDED AND EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET)

The total means of financing for this program is recommended at 101.1% of the existing operating budget. It represents 91.1% of the total request ($206,451,422) for this program. The only major change was an increase of $4 million in federal funds for the WIC Grant.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

$33,600

 

Conduct audits of records of hospitals used by the Children Special Health Services program

$2,880

 

Consultation to Children Special Health Services Program

$19,200

 

Facility Assessment Project for the Parish Health Units

$124,233

 

Medical services to patients in OPH health clinics in Orleans Parish

$28,800

 

Coordination for violence prevention project

$4,992

 

Medical students to assist in primary care in Orleans and Jefferson parishes

$11,136

 

Diagnosis, counseling and referral services for OPH employees

$1,920

 

Guest lecturers for continuing education

$33,600

 

Masters-level students to assist in Personal Health programs

$4,800

 

Health educator for client services

$4,896

 

Remove and dissect animal brains, prepare sections and slides for rabies testing

$144,000

 

Evaluation, medical management and education of Hemophilia patients

$35,522

 

Hemophilia Treatment Center - provide Public Health Service eligibility determinations

$252,439

 

Develop and operate a statewide Hemophilia Surveillance project

$108,756

 

Genetic laboratory services and counseling

$255,691

 

Sickle Cell patient care and education

$33,807

 

Genetic evaluation and counseling at Regional Genetics Clinics in the southern regions of state

$4,800

 

Interpreters for members of Governor's Advisory Council for Identification of Hearing Impairment in Infants

$126,722

 

Project to target pregnant adolescents 16 and younger and their infants to improve health care and education

$384,000

 

Media campaign to promote availability of Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services including toll-free information and referral service as well as good prenatal health care practices

$84,017

 

Case management services to pregnant adolescent & adolescent parents and their children

$12,839

 

Conduct campaign for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) prevention program

$387,135

 

Home visiting program to parents of newborns at risk for child abuse and/or neglect, pregnancy education & referral for early prenatal care

$92,780

 

Develop & monitor LA SIDS Case Management System

$211,200

 

Provide community based primary health care for indigent infants, children & women of child-bearing age

$47,664

 

Clinical services to children survivors of homicide victims, witnesses of violence and victims of violence

$139,330

 

Ensure health, medical and psycho-social beginning for first time mothers at risk of maltreating their children

$45,725

 

Address problems of Tobacco, alcohol & other substance use during pregnancy

$30,608

 

Women's Preventive health services

$463,992

 

Analyze pap smears

$144,000

 

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) media campaign to reduce this major cause of infant mortality

$48,000

 

Conduct review of infant deaths and perform analysis to determine trends in cause of deaths and appropriate intervention

$641,014

 

Medical consultation, staff clinics and provide medical treatment and surgery to Children Special Health Services program patients

$5,760

 

Coordinator for statewide Oral Health Screening of school children attending Louisiana public schools

$1,646

 

Training sessions for dentists and hygienists who will be giving presentations to dental professionals on Prevent Abuse and neglect through dental awareness

$3,072

 

Travel expenses for Fluoridation Advisory Board for board meeting

$34,196

 

Sterilization services to provide tubal ligation & vasectomy procedures via referrals

$66,398

 

Case management services to high risk teens/teen parents to prevent pregnancies

$122,646

 

Clinical services to Family Planning patients

$38,450

 

Tuberculosis x-ray services

$103,680

 

Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) screening at correctional centers

$133,440

 

Syphilis prevention project in East Baton Rouge and 3 surrounding parishes

$67,200

 

Outreach work in inner city for prevention of STD and AIDS

$36,480

 

STD screening and treatment, HIV counseling and testing services

$12,864

 

Saturday Immunization Outreach clinic

$39,360

 

Operate statewide distribution center for vaccine for Children program

$100,190

 

Public health educators and Coordinator for Immunization program

$650,041

 

HIV/AIDS Surveillance-active case and HIV reporting statewide; surveillance surveys-high risk clinics, monitoring infections and diseases

$1,280,397

 

HIV/AIDS Prevention - education, counseling and testing; assist in development of policies, protocols to prevent and control transmission of AIDS

$9,600

 

Epidemiology Consultant

$43,200

 

School-Start Ahead Health Program to improve health by reducing of poor health behaviors in school age children

$124,800

 

Medical director-Injury Research and Prevention

$10,840

 

X-ray diagnostic consultation for TB patients

$485,504

 

Medical services for Family Planning, Veneral Disease, Maternal and Child, Eye Health, and Tuberculosis Programs for patients in parish health units throughout the state

$34,873

 

Partial funding-clinical faculty position to serve as liaison between Tulane and OPH

$8,160

 

Administrative internship and residency program for students studying in the field of Public Health

$38,400

 

Staff development-quarterly regional/central office training

$38,400

 

Design infrastructure and networking capacity for Division of Laboratories

$48,000

 

Evaluate, recommend and monitor a system for billing services provided by Division of Laboratories

$15,696

 

Micro-particulate analysis of drinking water

$48,960

 

Analyze drinking water for contaminants

$20,640

 

Emergency response and risk assessment of Public Water System contamination incidents

$19,200

 

Geographical information Services (GIS) consultant

$4,800

 

Computer consultation for genetics and other program staff

$1,920

 

Specialty training for Hearing, Speech and vision program staff

$47,520

 

State coordinator for LA Safe Kids Coalition

$38,400

 

Integrate results of Maternal and Children Health (MCH) daycare needs assessment into training of daycare providers

$19,200

 

To provide technical assistance in biostatistics and epidemiology

$3,360

 

Prepare grant applications for federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau

$9,600

 

Consultation on adolescent and school health policy

$7,200

 

Support for 75 adolescent to attend Louisiana Youth Conference in Baton Rouge

$68,832

 

Health promotion services, coalition building - TB patients

$24,000

 

Programmer for Center for Disease Control - MUMPS (multi-user medical programming system), software modification & maintenance

$143,646

 

Shots for Tots Advocacy

$66,845

 

Increase childhood immunization rates to reduce childhood diseases

$29,758

 

Toll free information hot line on immunization

$27,087

 

Develop, install and maintain data collection system for active surveillance on infectious diseases

$89,943

 

Epidemiological surveillance projects on infectious diseases

$19,200

 

Produce "Spit Tobacco" prevention film featuring Louisiana youth

$42,697

 

Coordinate statewide violence prevention activities

$48,190

 

Medical transcription services

$10,401

 

Issue burial transit permits in parishes

$112,000

 

Emergency Medical Services Instructors for Children services

$45,576

 

Provide travel reimbursement for part time clinicians and instructors

 

 

 

$8,466,368

 

TOTAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

OTHER CHARGES

$3,122,907

 

Adolescent school based health projects to provide full clinic services at various schools including administration and Robert Wood Johnson grant

$166,780

 

Orleans Parish for Lead Poisoning Prevention

$61,440

 

Orleans Parish - Ida Hemel and Arthur Mundy Clinic on West Bank for health services

$879,631

 

Orleans Parish - Women Infants and Children (WIC) Administration

$12,960

 

Orleans Parish - For direct observation therapy for Tuberculosis patients

$291,252

 

Orleans Parish - Immunization services

$134,400

 

City of New Orleans - WIC/Immunization linkage to improve immunization levels among WIC participants

$27,328

 

Plaquemines Parish WIC/Immunization linkage-improve immunization levels among WIC participants

$112,161

 

Orleans Parish - AIDS/HIV Surveillance and early intervention

$58,560

 

Orleans Parish for High Blood Pressure Program

$169,713

 

Family Planning services in Greater New Orleans area

$24,994

 

Children's Special Health Services - Hearing Aids

$2,812,232

 

Children's Special Health Services - Other Charges, including hospital care, appliances, eye glasses, dental and orthodontic services for children with cleft palate's, transportation of patients and their parents, and private medical and surgical therapy services

$494,787

 

Emergency Medical Services training program

$59,047,108

 

Local Health Units - Specific foods for women and infant care

$38,400

 

Planning, developing & implementation of South Central Public Health Leadership Institute

$33,600

 

Participation in New Orleans Health Information Network - coalition of public sector providers in New Orleans whose purpose is to provide a system for sharing information between agencies and improve delivery of services

$48,000

 

Consultation for development of a plan for interaction with managed care and HMO's

$130,783

 

Implementation of State Health Information Center including a Cooperative Endeavor with Tulane University for the provision for the high level statistical analyses of health information

$28,800

 

Healthy Communities - working with the National Civic League to develop and implement a series of workshops and training on Health Communities

$130,714

 

Contract with Tulane - Provide data analyses to support grant application and program development, designing and implementing program evaluation, conduct statewide MCH needs assessment and manage MCH program data and assist in program evaluations

$138,528

 

LA Council on Child Abuse - public relations campaign to promote good parenting and the LA Council on Child Abuse parent support hot line

$3,345,681

 

Commodity Supplemental Food Program - Contract with Philmat, Inc. for food distribution for Commodity Supplemental Food Program & Elderly Commodity Supplemental Food Program programs in Orleans Parish

$312,000

 

WIC banking services

$180,825

 

WIC - For program development, monitoring, data analysis and software development

$310,481

 

Children's Special Health Services - Parent support services

$72,000

 

For the intervention and pregnancy program in Calcasieu Parish

$57,600

 

Refugee Health Program (Associated Catholic Charities) - screening for TB, parasites and immunization status of refugees entering Louisiana

$158,256

 

Increase the database capabilities in environmental health surveillance

$52,800

 

HIV Testing for Tuberculosis Control patients

$1,505,758

 

AIDS education, prevention and case management

$697,920

 

Rape Crisis Services - Hospitals and YWCA's

$465,600

 

Breast & Cervical Cancer Prevention education

$1,173,132

 

Health clinics - WIC certification, nutrition education and check issuance

$43,200

 

Rabies Vaccination Campaign for Jefferson Parish

$18,860

 

Emergency Medical Service Newsletter

$1,222,863

 

Community based Rural Health Care Program - for Health Services, Primary Care Grants, Demonstration Grants, State Matching, Funds for Federal Grants and Physician Salary Subsidy

$1,189,984

 

HIV case management and housing assistance

$3,401,696

 

HIV Home Health services, case management and housing assistance

$112,996

 

Office of the Legislative Auditor for audit cost

$48,300

 

Consultation with Public Health Foundation to obtain information from extensive public health databases and for analyses of changes in public health environment, and other special projects as necessary

 

 

 

$82,335,028

 

TOTAL OTHER CHARGES

 

 

 

 

 

Interagency Transfers:

$211,086

 

Department of Civil Service for agency's share of Civil Service costs

$37,755

 

Treasurer for banking costs

$20,773

 

Division of Administration for Comprehensive Training Program

$57,754

 

Uniform Payroll for agency's share of payroll costs

$80,000

 

La. State Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities for Maternal and Children's Health Services

$10,000

 

University of New Orleans to Plan and work a national meeting in New Orleans on sexual assault

$42,961

 

University of New Orleans for Tobacco Control Conference

$31,540

 

LSU - For the printing of various educational documents for distribution to clients receiving medical services

$109,324

 

Division of Administration for maintenance of state-owned buildings

$785,940

 

Division of Administration for rent of state-owned buildings

$32,500

 

Peltier-Lawless Developmental Center for agency's share of utilities

$35,000

 

LSU - Contract for Lab certification

$13,600

 

LSU Medical School - New Orleans - Heritable Disease Center

$8,500

 

LSU - Shreveport - Birth Defects contract for Genetic Lab Services

$21,781

 

LSU - Shreveport - For genetic evaluation and counseling for Monroe and Alexandria

$13,250

 

LSU - Genetic evaluation and counseling at Children's Hospital - New Orleans and Lake Charles

$100,000

 

LSUMC - Shreveport - improve prenatal care to low risk obstetric patients

$132,014

 

LSU - contract for OB/GYN services to Desire Clinic in New Orleans

$40,000

 

LSU - Shreveport - contract to promote optimum development of teen mother and her infants (Tots & Teens program)

$37,650

 

LSU - Contract for MCH Director for the City of New Orleans Health Department

$66,528

 

LSU - Contract to develop and implement system of addressing mental health needs of MCH populations

$198,612

 

LSU - Assist MCH program in monitoring and evaluation of New Abstinence Education Provision of 1996 Welfare Law PL 104-193

$55,600

 

SLU - Plan and development Curriculum for Abstinence education

$56,000

 

LSU - Contract for Family Planning and medical services in New Orleans

$15,000

 

LSU - Contract for Environment Epidemiology health assessments and consultations

$15,000

 

LSU - For inpatient tuberculosis services

$25,000

 

LSU - Statewide consultant for tuberculosis program

$88,000

 

LSU - Medical consultant for laboratory, nursing and sexually transmitted diseases (STD)

$65,000

 

LSU - Contract for STD patients, nurse supervision and clinical protocols

$85,000

 

LSU - Contract for urine testing at three New Orleans area high schools

$250,000

 

LSU - Contract for research project for infertility due to STD

$4,107,167

 

LSU - Contract for HIV services

$30,000

 

LSU - Contract for Health Education and Promotion

$100,000

 

Northeast LA University - Contract for behavioral risk study

$20,000

 

LSU - Contract for preventive health services to women including mammography, pap smears and counseling

$100,000

 

LSU - Establish a statewide Tobacco Control Resource Center

$178,684

 

LSU - Contract for OB/GYN services at the New Orleans Family Planning Clinic

$201,100

 

Department of Social Services - Purchase of medical and office supplies

$150,750

 

LSU - Personal Health consultant services

 

 

 

$7,628,869

 

TOTAL INTERAGENCY TRANSFERS

ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS

$1,607,230

 

Funding for replacement of obsolete, damaged, or inoperative equipment. See Analysis of Recommendation

 

 

 

$1,607,230

 

TOTAL ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS


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