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Health Reform Rapid Response: May 24, 2013

Help Us Do A Better Job Fighting For Community Prevention

In the last few weeks, the Prevention and Public Health Fund has once again been targeted for cuts by many political leaders — even though we know that preventable chronic diseases and injuries are key drivers of the very costs that health reform seeks to contain. Here at Prevention Institute, we are grateful to stand with dedicated champions of prevention and community health like you. Thank you for helping to build a healthier, more equitable health system.

It’s critical that prevention advocates maintain a steady drumbeat, making the case for community prevention in the media and directly to policy makers. We want to help you be as effective as you can be — and we need your help to be sure we’re providing you with the best tools and information we can. Please take 10 minutes to complete a brief survey so we can improve our Health Reform Rapid Responses. We’ll use your feedback to better focus our content in ways that can help you be successful. Please complete our brief survey by Friday, June 7th.

Health Reform Helps Prevention but Threats Endanger Progress

“The coming months will be critical for the future of the Prevention and Public Health Fund and we must be prepared to defend it,” write PI’s Larry Cohen and Rob Waters in the latest newsletter of the Society for Prevention Research. Larry and Rob discuss Obamacare’s role in advancing a national prevention agenda.

HHS to Release $1Billion in Grants for Health Care Innovation

Funded approaches must reorganize healthcare delivery in Medicare and Medicaid. Prevention Institute will be sharing our ideas in coming weeks. If you’d like info from us or to share your ideas, please contact Emily Warming.

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