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(WHAT WORKS) HHS to Expand Model Teen, STD Prevention Program Info

The Dept. of Health and Human Services is awarding a contract to allow for the expansion of information available online on model programs designed to prevent teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases or sexually risky behavior.

posted 10/18/11 12:28 PM  read complete story

(REPORT) Poverty Increasing All Over, But Some Areas Faring Better than Others

The U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee releases Assessing the Impact of the Great Recession on

posted 10/18/11 12:21 PM  read complete story

(REPORT) Census: News Not Good for Poverty, Health Insurance Coverage

The Census Bureau released its latest Population Survey looking at numbers on everything from poverty trends to health insurance coverage -- and the news isn't good

posted 9/16/11 1:22 PM  read complete story

(BRIEFS) Research, Reports, Research

Health: Research, Reports, Resources

posted 9/1/11 12:40 PM  read complete story

(REPORT) Health Information Exchange Success Stories are Available

A report from the National eHealth Collaborative issues "Secrets of HIE: Success Revealed,"

posted 8/8/11 10:28 AM  read complete story

(RESOURCE) Tips Available on Identifying Rural Human Service Needs

The Rural Policy Research Institute has posted a radio interview by the institute's program director

posted 8/4/11 10:33 PM  read complete story

(REPORTS) CBPP: States May be Making Mistake by Cutting Budgets Too Much

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities issues a report examining how states are cutting health and other services in response to the recession and with less support

posted 8/3/11 11:02 AM  read complete story

(REPORT) SAMHSA Study Looks at State Mental Health, Drug Abuse Issues

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admin. issues a new report outing the extent behavioral health issues on a state-by-state basis

posted 7/27/11 08:07 AM  read complete story

(REPORT) New Study Shows Increased Public Health Spending Can Save Lives

Anyone looking to build support for the Prevention and Public Health Fund grant programs authorized by the Affordable Care Act should review a new study, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

posted 7/27/11 08:05 AM  read complete story

(LEGAL) Medicaid Suit Could be a Sign of the Future

In what could be a common experience if Medicaid cuts are too severe, 10 New Hampshire hospitals filed suit against the state in federal court

posted 7/27/11 08:03 AM  read complete story

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