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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog about Kibrom’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
To live in the United States is just like heaven for us. We have electricity, we have a car and we have freedom, especially so we can work.
Strengthening Federal Partnerships with Faith-based and Community Organizations
IHS is working with partners to offer enrollment assistance training and host on-site enrollment events at the six health facilities in four states.
Read a blog post about how coordinated care helped Pam get her diabetes under control.
Coordinated care and a team atmosphere helped Pam get her diabetes under control.
Read a blog post about how David Grubb is fighting opioid addiction on behalf of his late daughter, Jessie.
David Grubb’s daughter lost the fight to addiction. He is fighting the opioid epidemic on her behalf.
ACF has placed a major emphasis on efforts to prevent family homelessness and to help families quickly access the services and safe and stable housing they need
Tagged:
homeless | families
Read a blog post about Austin Demby’s role in the Ebola response in West Africa.
Demby, who has nearly 20 years of experience with hemorrhagic fevers, would end up making three trips to Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak.
Posted In:
Global Health
Tagged:
Ebola
Strengthening Federal Partnerships with Faith-based and Community Organizations
To help health care entities better understand and respond to the threat of ransomware, the HHS Office for Civil Rights has released new HIPAA guidance.
Posted In:
HIPAA
Tagged:
Privacy | Security
Read a blog about Ram’s #RefugeesWelcome story.
When I became a citizen of the United States in 2014, I felt like I was the happiest person in the world.
Read an HHS Blog.
Beth Anne Killoran has agreed to lead our work on IT and cybersecurity as the new Chief Information Officer at HHS.
Read a blog post about the July 2016 edition of CDC Vital Signs, on motor vehicle injury prevention.
As a nation, we can do more to reduce motor vehicle crash deaths because we know what works.
Tagged:
Vital Signs

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