This resource summarizes the Administration's FY 2018 Budget Blueprint.
This ASTHO case study describes how the Indiana State Department of Health addressed an HIV outbreak in Scott County.
ASTHO has compiled a searchable database of research articles, media stories, factsheets, and other information on e-cigarettes.
Health departments can use these tools to reach and engage various public health and healthcare audiences, including hospitals, patient care providers, facility support staff, the media, and others.
On this site we share updates and resources from state and federal health agencies and their partners.
This issue brief provides an overview of the unique capabilities of CHWs and possibilities for CHW certification and financing.
This white paper shares how states have identified a number of successes, challenges, and lessons learned about how to effectively use health information systems (HIS) to improve hypertension identification, management, and control.
A communication toolkit for Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) cooperative agreement awardees, champions, and others interested in advancing PHEP program awareness.
This issue brief highlights examples of two states with comprehensive SHIPs that address the health of their older adult populations.
Resources to help local, state, and territorial health departments have better access to the electronic health record systems in healthcare facilities during outbreaks.
Integration Success Stories
from states and territories
A yearly initiative of ASTHO to improve population health through the work of state public health agencies.
ASTHO Hosts 75th Anniversary National Symposium on Reaching Consensus on Public Health Challenges
ASTHO will celebrate its 75th anniversary by hosting a series of special events throughout the year to recognize its members’ significant contributions to public health. This week, ASTHO organized a symposium discussion focused on building consensus on difficult issues, such as climate change, firearm safety, and reproductive health. A distinguished panel of public health leaders explored effective ways to promote health and prevent disease while also addressing controversy, conflict, and disagreement.
Jay Butler Reflects on ASTHO’s 75th Anniversary
In advance of ASTHO’s 75th anniversary year, which kicked off this week with a symposium on public health challenges and opportunities, we spoke with Jay Butler, MD, ASTHO president, and director and chief medical officer of the Division of Public Health and Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, about lessons learned as a public health leader, what he considers the most important public health achievements over the past 75 years, and which public health issues he believes will be a priority in the coming 75 years.
State Legislatures Explore Taxing Prescription Opioids to Raise Revenue for Prevention and Treatment
Since 2015, legislators in at least seven states, as well as Congress, have introduced 15 bills to finance substance use disorder prevention and treatment activities by imposing a surcharge, tax, or fee on prescription opioids.
Mar 30, 2017
2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT (webinar)
Apr 5, 2017
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. ET (webinar)
Apr 20-21, 2017
New Orleans, LA
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