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CDC Resources for States

Friday, October 31, 2014   (0 Comments)
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Health System Transformation and Improvement Resources for Health Departments

This site offers information, resources, and training opportunities related to changes to the US health system, with an emphasis on how they affect state, tribal, local, and territorial health agencies.

The US health system—consisting of public health, health care, insurance, and other sectors—is undergoing a critical transformation in both financing and service delivery. These changes include improving the efficiency and effectiveness of health organizations and services, as well as increasing connections and collaborations among public health, health care, and other sectors.

Stay Current on Health Alerts & Emergencies

State, tribal, local, and territorial health departments can use and share the following CDC resources to stay informed about current and emerging public health issues.

State Grant Funding Profiles

This site shows the grant funding by state with a breakdown by funding category up to 2014.

State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Public Health Professionals Gateway

This site provides a menu of resources and information for states.

Preventing Chronic Disease - Communities Putting Prevention to Work – This collection includes eight articles written by CPPW awardees that focus on implementation or evaluation of healthy retail initiatives. The collection is supported by a commentary.

Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/collections/pdf/PCD_CPPW_Collection_2013.pdf

Supplement: Preventive Medicine Communities Putting Prevention to Work – This collection includes nine articles written by CPPW awardees that focus on implementation or evaluation of a range of interventions including those related to preventing tobacco use and smoke exposure and preventing obesity through encouragement of health eating and active living. This supplement includes a summary article commentary.

The links to the individual articles are below:


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