(A LOOK AHEAD) The Week of June 20

June 2011
Community Health Funding Week;6/24/2011, p18
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The article reports that the funding for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services isn't scheduled for markup until the end of July 2011 or early August, 2011. As stated, HHS is holding several advisory board meetings on health promotion and prevention services and will also release several announcements outlining new services such as medicare-supported preventive care.


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