Today, HHS released the 2021 Marketplace Open Enrollment report, showing over 12 million consumers nationally selected a plan during the 2021 Open Enrollment period, a 5% increase from the 2020 OEP. https://t.co/k6Z9H3yQO3https://t.co/Mxxnt45QDk
The three leading causes of death among Asian American and Pacific Islanders are cancer, heart disease, and stroke, all of which can be caused by cigarette smoking. During National Minority Health Month, find free resources to help you quit smoking: https://t.co/gF8dFHtAdt. https://t.co/n6CwUii5qd
#HRSA awarded $12.7 million to 61 organizations to serve rural & underserved communities and address rural health disparities through its community-based Rural Health Care Services Outreach Program. Learn more: https://t.co/FjEM7dHrJ7https://t.co/hgMrtPoDWT
NEWS: HHS has released a new video series, “Civil Rights Protections for Individuals in Recovery from an Opioid Use Disorder,” with information on federal disability rights protections for some individuals in recovery from an opioid use disorder. Watch: https://t.co/m5ArV02ocjhttps://t.co/xLpDD39nIM
Healthcare providers cannot bill patients for #COVID19 vaccines or fees, they may only bill health plans for COVID-19 vaccine fees if patients are insured. Proof of insurance or ID are not required to get vaccinated. Learn the facts: https://t.co/ma9yP3E8QG. https://t.co/eEhAILlmXb
If you are feeling alone during this pandemic, you are not broken or weak. If we have learned one thing from #COVID19, it is that we need each other. There is nothing to be ashamed of in needing the help of a family member or a friend.
Last year was a record-setter for organ donation: there were 33,309 organ transplants from deceased donors. That’s 6% more than in 2019. Get a full run-down on the numbers from the #HRSA Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network: https://t.co/RAkW7pA29ohttps://t.co/aVpxEAG0Ha
If #COVID19 has caused you to delay routine cancer screenings, please make screening a personal priority. Finding cancer early improves your chances of living longer. Talk to your doctor or visit https://t.co/5C5fBGAAsg to access state by state programs. https://t.co/8yqPOapsM1
Asking for help is a normal part of life, and you should never feel like you have to take on the 🌎 alone. If you're concerned that your friend may be drinking too much, using drugs, or dealing with mental illness, there are resources available to help ⤵️ https://t.co/oBvNeZudnr
#COVID19 vaccines are a safe way to build protection.
As of April 19, more than 132.3 million people in the United States had received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Of those, more than 85.3 million are fully vaccinated.
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We have given over 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, 50% of adults have received a dose, and now every adult above 16 years old in the United States is eligible. That’s extraordinary progress. https://t.co/aD9d2VqA5L
While Johnson & Johnson’s #COVID19 Vaccine remains paused, you can still get the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine.
If you were scheduled to get the J&J vaccine, work with your vaccination provider to reschedule to get a different vaccine.
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