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The February monthly meeting of the Public Health Council included an informational briefing on the status of proposed amendments to regulations, followed by a pair of informational updates from DPH staff on departmental activities.

First, the Council heard an update on the status of proposed amendments 105 CMR 700.000, Implementation of M.G.L. c. 94C.

Next, DPH senior staff from the Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality provided an update on quality initiatives underway at nursing homes in Massachusetts.

Finally, the Council was provided an informational overview of activities at the Registry of Vital Records and Statistics.

 

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