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Selected HHS Blog Posts

Read a blog post about keeping your heart healthy.
African-American men: It isn’t too late to take control and put your heart health first.
Read a blog post about Jordan Coughlen’s road to recovery from opioid abuse.
Without recovery I would not be the proud, hard-working, resilient, hopeful man I am.
Tagged:
opioids
Strengthening Federal Partnerships with Faith-based and Community Organizations
Today’s second set of FAQs addresses fees for copies of health information and the right to have health information sent directly to a third party.
Posted In:
HIPAA
Tagged:
Privacy
Read a blog post about our work to reduce avoidable hospital readmissions.
A new study by HHS researchers published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that readmissions fell sharply following enactment of the ACA.
Tagged:
hospitals
Read an HHS Blog.
We’re working on a number of initiatives to advance health equity & bridge the gaps in health & well-being that still are too prevalent for the black community.
Read a blog post about HHS’ work to support state and local community efforts in Flint.
We’re in Flint for the many people like Cynthia who are worried about their health, and the health of their families.
Tagged:
Flint
Read a blog post about taking care of your heart during American Heart Month.
As we celebrate love, let’s not forget to love our hearts, because February is American #HeartMonth!
Read an HHS Blog.
Information is essential fuel for the engine of health care.
Posted In:
Health IT | HIPAA
Tagged:
Privacy | Security
Read a blog - OCR Adds New Health App Use Scenarios to Developer Portal.
OCR's portal for mHealth developers and other stakeholders now includes new guidance about how HIPAA might apply to a range of health app use scenarios.
Posted In:
Health IT | HIPAA
Tagged:
Privacy | Security
Read an HHS Blog.
The President’s FY 2017 Budget proposes new investments to increase access to mental health care.

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