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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about Secretary Burwell’s visit to Cuba.
While our partnerships on health are still at an early stage, it’s clear the United States and Cuba have many shared goals.
Posted In:
Global Health
All across the country, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is helping to make health care accessible to millions of people.
Read a blog post about Open Enrollment 2017.
Most people shopping on HealthCare.gov will be able to find health coverage for less than $75 per month after tax credits.
Read a blog post that debunks some of the common myths about the Affordable Care Act.
Most consumers shopping on the Marketplace will be able to find a plan between $50 and $100 per month, thanks to financial assistance.
Read a blog post about steps HHS has taken to improve transparency with new FOIA regulations.
The HHS FOIA program is now working faster and more efficiently than at any point in the past decade.
Read an HHS Blog.
Far too many people with disabilities never get the chance to contribute in an integrated workplace, and too many employers miss out on their talents.
Read a blog post about the Mental Health and Substance Use disorder Parity Task Force Final Report.
Federal Parity Task Force Takes Steps to Strengthen Insurance Coverage for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
Tagged:
Parity
Read a blog post about Anne Reid’s professional and personal fight against the #Zika virus.
As we learned something new about Zika each day, our work became deeply personal. For me, that work was even more personal.
Tagged:
Zika | pregnancy
Read a blog post about the October 2016 edition of CDC Vital Signs, on the effectiveness of dental sealant programs.
Dental sealants prevent 80% of cavities in the back teeth for school-age children, where 9 in 10 cavities occur.
Tagged:
Vital Signs
Read a blog post about how we’re measuring the threat of antibiotic resistance.
To respond to this public health problem and provide access to care, IHS issued its first standalone policy on Intimate Partner Violence.

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