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  • The Marketplace is working around the clock with consumers who were asked to provide additional information in order to double check the information consumers attested to on their application for coverage.

  • Moving a great idea from conceptualization to execution can be challenging, especially when you want to keep your budget in check. Storyboards can greatly assist in this process, and it’s a tool HHS used to develop new animated videos for StopBullying.gov.

  • openFDA offers easy access to FDA public data, and highlights projects using this data, in both the public and private sector, to further regulatory or scientific missions, educate the public, and save lives.

  • We’re pleased to announce that HealthData.gov recently hit a major milestone: cataloging more than one-thousandth data set.

  • As we head into March and the final weeks of the first ever open enrollment period for the new Health Insurance Marketplace, HealthCare.gov is working and ready to serve millions more consumers seeking quality, affordable health coverage.

  • The phrase, “…time is of the essence,” often rings true when working to protect people from health threats. It is especially true when caring for infants. Recently CDC launched a new app—Prevent Group B Strep (GBS) — specifically for busy health care providers on the go.

  • Expanding access to data via Blue Button make it easier for Americans to manage their medications and take a more active role in their health.

  • FDA’s first youth tobacco prevention campaign, “The Real Cost,” targets at-risk youth aged 12-17 who are open to smoking or already experimenting with cigarettes.

  • 2013 was another landmark year for open data across the Federal government. In an effort to feature the progress made this past year, here are a few of the top health data stories from HHS.

  • As we enter the next phase of improvements for HealthCare.gov, we remain vigilant in our focus – continuing to make improvements that will enhance the consumer experience but now prioritizing functionality for HealthCare.gov that was less immediately needed for consumers to apply and enroll in coverage in the early days of open enrollment.

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