Duty of state agencies to work with local health departments
To capitalize on the successful public health programs provided by local health departments and the sizable investment by state and local governments in the public health system, state agencies shall encourage agreements that allow local health departments and other publicly supported programs to continue to be the providers of those prevention and health promotion services now available, plus other maternal and child health services such as prenatal outreach and care, child health services and family planning services to women and children who become eligible for poverty level medical assistance program benefits pursuant to ORS 414.153 (Services provided by local health departments). [1991 c.337 §3; 2015 c.736 §59]
Note: See note under 414.150 (Purpose of ORS 414.150 to 414.153).
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