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FY 2013 Allocation of PPHF Funds

FY 2013 Prevention and Public Health Fund Report

Fiscal Year 2013 Report (PDF – 222 KB)

Semi-Annual Reports: January – June 2013

Reports from each entity awarding a grant, cooperative agreement or contract from such funds.

Semi-Annual Reports: July – December 2013

Reports from each entity awarding a grant, cooperative agreement or contract from such funds.

Funding distribution

The following table reflects the planned use of Prevention and Public Health Fund resources in fiscal year 2013.  The table includes the name of the agency receiving funds, the activity to be supported, and the program or activity funding level.  The effective transfer date of funds will be posted once the process of transferring of funds to the various agencies is completed.

 

AgencyActivity or ProgramAllocation (dollars in millions)Planned Uses of Funds
ACLChronic Disease Self-Management Program 7.086To award competitive grants to selected states to help older adults and adults with disabilities cope with their chronic conditions by providing access to evidence-based chronic disease self-management programs, and also to assist states develop sustainability plans to continue providing these programs after the grant period ends.
ACLAlzheimer's Disease Prevention Education and Outreach0.150To continue education campaign for people caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia and to operate and update alzheimers.gov website.
ACLElder Justice2.000To assess best practices and interdependencies across sectors engaged in the prevention and intervention of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation to inform the development of a national adult protective services data system
AHRQClinical Preventive Services Task Force6.465To maximize the quality and effectiveness of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force by providing scientific, technical and administrative support.
CDCCommunity Guide7.378To provide evidence-based findings and recommendations about effective public health interventions and policies to improve health and promote safety
CDCPrevention Research Centers15.279To help alter the individual behaviors and community environmental factors that put people at risk for the leading causes of death and disability—chronic diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.
CDCPublic Health Workforce15.609To help to ensure a prepared, diverse, sustainable public health workforce by increasing the number of State and local public health professionals (e.g., epidemiologists, public health managers, informaticians) who are trained through CDC-sponsored fellowships and other training activities targeted at the existing workforce.
CDCNational Public Health Improvement Initiative (NPHII)21.663To systematically increase the capacity of public health departments to detect and respond to public health events requiring highly coordinated interventions to improve and/or sustain the performance (efficiency/effectiveness) of public health organizations, systems, practices, and essential services.
CDCState Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Prevention11.750To fund health departments in healthcare-associated infection (HAI) prevention efforts within their States by expanding State prevention activities and accelerating electronic reporting to detect HAIs at the State level.
CDCEpidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC/EIP)32.424To enhance the ability of State, local, and territorial Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity and Emerging Infections Program grantees to strengthen and integrate capacity for detecting and responding to infectious diseases and other public health threats.
CDCBreastfeeding Promotion and Support2.500To fund community initiatives to support breastfeeding mothers and support hospitals in promoting breastfeeding.
CDCEarly Child Care and Education Obesity Prevention Programs4.000To support a collaborative effort to promote children’s health by encouraging and supporting healthier physical activity and nutrition practices.
CDCCommunity Transformation Grants146.340To support community-level efforts to reduce chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes.
CDCImmunization90.883To improve the public health immunization infrastructure in order to maintain and increase vaccine coverage  among children, adolescents, and adults.
CDCTobacco Use Prevention60.302To raise awareness and shift key attitudes and beliefs about the harms of tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke in areas of the country with some of the highest rates of tobacco use prevalence. 
CDCHealthcare Surveillance/ Health Statistics28.514To expand the availability of data for tracking the provision, use, effectiveness, and impact of primary and secondary preventive healthcare services and to expand the capacity of CDC and its health department partners to use these data for such tracking.  
CDCEnvironmental Public Health Tracking20.740To establish and maintain a nationwide tracking network to collect, integrate, analyze and translate health and environmental data for use in public health practice.
CDCNational Prevention Strategy0.922To support and implement the National Prevention Strategy which aims to guide our nation in the most effective and achievable means for improving health and well-being.
CDCMillion Hearts Program 4.612To improve cardiovascular disease and stroke prevention by promoting medication management and adherence strategies and improving the ability to track blood pressure and cholesterol controls.
HRSAAlzheimer's Disease Prevention Education and Outreach1.847To expand the work of the Geriatric  Education Centers to support outreach and education to enhance healthcare providers’ knowledge of the disease, improve detection and early intervention, and improve care for people with the disease and their caregivers.
SAMHSASAMHSA Health Surveillance14.733To support critical behavioral health data systems, national surveys, and surveillance activities.
CMSHealth Insurance Enrollment Support304.000To invest in health insurance enrollment support specifically through activities that will assist with eligibility determinations which are in need of intervention and activities to make people aware of insurance options and enrollment assistance available to them.
CMSHealth Insurance Enrollment Support149.803To invest in health insurance enrollment support specifically through activities that will assist with eligibility determinations which are in need of intervention and activities to make people aware of insurance options and enrollment assistance available to them.
Total 949.000 
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