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ASTHO will fund three state or territorial health agencies to explore innovative approaches for the provision and payment of sexually transmitted disease services. Proposals are due Sept. 21.
A report on emerging issues in the management, resources, activities, and finances of state and territorial health agencies.
ASTHO has issued an RFP to support states in achieving the Million Hearts goal of preventing 1 million heart attacks and strokes by 2017 by focusing on hypertension identification and control.
ASTHO is pleased to provide this document as a reference for directors of public health preparedness on several important topics.
ASTHO interviewed eight of the 11 SIM testing states to understand the role that state public health would play in the states' healthcare innovation plans and composed this issue brief on the major themes.
Data that state health officials and their teams can use to highlight activities to improve health for all populations that they serve.
A toolkit to help state and territorial health agencies enhance their climate readiness, program by program.
Simple answers developed by ASTHO to the top questions state health officials and their staff may be asked about Ebola.
Primary Care and Public Health Highlights newsletter
from states and territories
Improving birth outcomes in the U.S. Read more »
Almost 47 Million People Around the World Have Dementia, Costing More than $818 Billion
A new Alzheimer’s Disease International report found that globally 46.8 million people have dementia, creating an annual cost of $818 billion that will rise to a trillion dollars in the next three years.
Older Adults in Poverty Face Compounded Health Inequities
The combined stressors associated with aging and poverty may be creating one of the most vulnerable populations in the United States.
Study: Teens Were More Likely to Smoke Tobacco After Using E-Cigarettes
A recent observational study of 2,500 ninth graders found that students who had previously used e-cigarettes were more likely to try smoking for the first time in the coming year.
Sep 15, 2015
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Sep 29 - Oct 1, 2015
Salt Lake City, Utah
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