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Title 42Chapter ISubchapter MPart 136


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER M—INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

PART 136—INDIAN HEALTH

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Subpart A—PURPOSE AND DEFINITIONS

§136.1
Definitions.
§136.2
Purpose of the regulations.
§136.3
Administrative instructions.
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Subpart B—WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE AND WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE CARE?

§136.11
Services available.
§136.12
Persons to whom services will be provided.
§136.13
[Reserved]
§136.14
Care and treatment of ineligible individuals.
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Subpart C—CONTRACT HEALTH SERVICES

§136.21
Definitions.
§136.22
Establishment of contract health service delivery areas.
§136.23
Persons to whom contract health services will be provided.
§136.24
Authorization for contract health services.
§136.25
Reconsideration and appeals.
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Subpart D—LIMITATION ON CHARGES FOR SERVICES FURNISHED BY MEDICARE-PARTICIPATING HOSPITALS TO INDIANS

§136.30
Payment to Medicare-participating hospitals for authorized Contract Health Services.
§136.31
Authorization by urban Indian organization.
§136.32
Disallowance.
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Subpart E—PREFERENCE IN EMPLOYMENT

§136.41
Definitions.
§136.42
Appointment actions.
§136.43
Application procedure for preference eligibility.
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Subpart F—ABORTIONS AND RELATED MEDICAL SERVICES IN INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE FACILITIES AND INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE PROGRAMS

§136.51
Applicability.
§136.52
Definitions.
§136.53
General rule.
§136.54
Life of the mother would be endangered.
§136.55
Drugs and devices and termination of ectopic pregnancies.
§136.56
Recordkeeping requirements.
§136.57
Confidentiality.
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Subpart G—RESIDUAL STATUS

§136.61
Payor of last resort.
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Subpart H—GRANTS FOR DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION OF FACILITIES AND SERVICES

§136.101
Applicability.
§136.102
Definitions.
§136.103
Eligibility.
§136.104
Application.
§136.105
Project elements.
§136.106
Grant award and evaluation.
§136.107
Use of project funds.
§136.108
[Reserved]
§136.109
Availability of appropriations.
§136.110
Facilities construction.
§136.111
Interest.
§136.112
Additional conditions.
§136.113
Fair and uniform provision of services.
§136.114
Applicability of other Department regulations.
§136.115
Rescission of grants.
§136.116
Reports.
§136.117
Amendment of regulations.
§136.118
Effect on existing rights.
§136.119
Penalties.
§136.120
Use of Indian business concerns.
§136.121
Indian preference in training and employment.
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Subpart I—[RESERVED]

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Subpart J—INDIAN HEALTH CARE IMPROVEMENT ACT PROGRAMS

Subdivision J-1—Provisions of General and Special Applicability

§136.301
Policy and applicability.
§136.302
Definitions.
§136.303
Indians applying for scholarships.
§136.304
Publication of a list of allied health professions.
§136.305
Additional conditions.

Subdivision J-2—Health Professions Recruitment Program for Indians

§136.310
Health professions recruitment grants.
§136.311
Eligibility.
§136.312
Application.
§136.313
Evaluation and grant awards.
§136.314
Use of funds.
§136.315
Publication of list of grantees and projects.
§136.316
Other HHS regulations that apply.

Subdivision J-3—Health Professions Preparatory Scholarship Program for Indians

§136.320
Preparatory scholarship grants.
§136.321
Eligibility.
§136.322
Application and selection.
§136.323
Scholarship and tuition.
§136.324
Availability of list of recipients.

Subdivision J-4—Indian Health Scholarship Program

§136.330
Indian health scholarships.
§136.331
Selection.
§136.332
Service obligation.
§136.333
Distribution of scholarships.
§136.334
Publication of a list of recipients.

Subdivision J-5—Continuing Education Allowances

§136.340
Provision of continuing education allowances.

Subdivision J-6—Contracts With Urban Indian Organizations

§136.350
Contracts with Urban Indian organizations.
§136.351
Application and selection.
§136.352
Fair and uniform provision of services.
§136.353
Reports and records.

Subdivision J-7—Leases With Indian Tribes

§136.360
Leases with Indian tribes.

Subdivision J-8—Health Professions Pregraduate Scholarship Program for Indians

§136.370
Pregraduate scholarship grants.
§136.371
Eligibility.
§136.372
Application and selection.
§136.373
Scholarship and tuition.
§136.374
Availability of list of recipients.
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Subpart K—INDIAN CHILD PROTECTION AND FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION

§136.401
Purpose.
§136.402
Policy.
§136.403
Definitions.
§136.404
What does the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act require of the IHS and Indian Tribes or Tribal organizations receiving funds under the ISDEA?
§136.405
What are the minimum standards of character for individuals placed in, or applying for, a position that involves regular contact with or control over Indian children?
§136.406
Under what circumstances will the minimum standards of character be considered to be met?
§136.407
Under what circumstances should a conviction, or plea of nolo contendere or guilty to, be considered if there has been a pardon, expungement, set aside, or other court order of the conviction or plea?
§136.408
What are other factors, in addition to the minimum standards of character, that may be considered in determining placement of an individual in a position that involves regular contact with or control over Indian children?
§136.409
What positions require a background investigation and determination of eligibility for employment or retention?
§136.410
Who conducts the background investigation and prepares determinations of eligibility for employment?
§136.411
Are the requirements for IHS adjudication different from the requirements for Indian Tribes and Tribal organizations?
§136.412
What questions must the IHS ask as part of the background investigation?
§136.413
What protections must the IHS and Tribes or Tribal organizations provide to individuals undergoing a background investigation?
§136.414
How does the IHS determine eligibility for placement or retention of individuals in positions involving regular contact with Indian children?
§136.415
What rights does an individual have during this process?
§136.416
When should the IHS deny employment or dismiss an employee?
§136.417
May the IHS hire individuals pending completion of a background investigation?
§136.418
What should the IHS do if an individual has been charged with an offense but the charge is pending or no disposition has been made by a court?


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