Resource eBlast: COVID-19 Series

This special Resource eBlast series focuses on a variety of topics aimed to support families of CYSHCN in the context of COVID-19. Giannina Lopez Perez of the Puerto Rico Family-to-Family Health Information Center translated the first three parts of the series to...

Washington Update, May 28, 2020

Since May 15, when the House passed its most recent coronavirus bill, is has been fairly quiet in the DC health-policy world. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), released a 60-page document which outlines its actions and resources in response to...

Washington Update, May 19, 2020

Last week the House of Representatives passed, mostly along party-lines, a comprehensive Democratic bill to address the health and economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Among other measures, it would provide additional funding for Medicaid. (The bill does...

Washington Update, May 8, 2020

Once again, Congress is developing legislation to address the health and economic consequences of the coronavirus. States and their Medicaid programs are in financial binds, but it could be weeks before something is passed. CMS released an updated set of Medicaid...
Racial Injustice Unveiled

Racial Injustice Unveiled

Countless unarmed Black men, women and children have been murdered by police for centuries. Most of these victims did not receive justice; many were instead blamed or the incidence swept under the massive rug of systemic racism. However, a collective awakening as to...

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