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Author: Sylvia Mathews Burwell

Read a blog post about progress HHS has made in combatting antibiotic resistance.
The CARB Task Force, which includes the Departments of Defense and Agriculture, has been working to implement the National Action Plan for over a year now.
Read a blog post about Secretary Burwell’s trip to the 2016 Paralympic Games.
As our Paralympians showed us, with hard work, determination and a great team behind us, we can accomplish so much.
Tagged:
Zika
Read a blog post about the Secretary’s summer travels to Ohio, Iowa, and Florida, where she discussed our efforts to deliver better care.
My visits to these states offered a clear view of the better health care system we’re trying to build at HHS.
Read a blog post about what you need to know about the Zika virus.
The biggest risk of Zika virus is to pregnant women or women of childbearing age.
Read an HHS Blog.
We are pleased to release the final Data Security Policy Principles & Framework (Security Framework) for President Obama’s Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI).
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Health Data | Research
Read a blog post about National Foster Care Month 2016.
All month, we have been working to spotlight efforts to support and heal families so that children can stay with or come back to their families.
Read an HHS Blog.
This Mother’s Day, we’re highlighting some of the tools that help women like me take care of our children and, just as importantly, ourselves.
Read a blog post about the Quality Payment Program that’s going to give doctors flexibility and pay them for what works.
We’re giving doctors more freedom to care for patients the way they were trained, the way that makes the most sense to them and is best for their patients.
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Health Care
Read a blog post about a new effort targeted at runaway and homeless youth.
We’re turning up our focus on the many homeless young people in our communities.
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homeless | youth
Read a blog about the 2016 Global Health Security Initiative (GHSI) meeting.
Global health security requires a global response. That’s what we are working on across nations and across oceans.
Posted In:
Global Health

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