Public Health

  Posted on: Thursday, December 10, 2015
Public health gets least money, but does most
USA Today, by: Jayne O'Donnell and Laura Ungar, December 8, 2015
Just three cents of each U.S. health care dollar goes to public health even though it plays a far bigger role in keeping Americans well than medical care, a top federal official said at a forum presented by USA TODAY and insurer Cigna.

Click here for the full article
 
Public Health:
2/28/18   Islamic universities have role in fighting extremism
8/23/17   Funding For Local Public Health: A Renewed Path For Critical Infrastructure
4/20/17   Nebraska Ebola Cases Continue To Provide Guidance To Other Hospitals
3/20/17   Acting fast: Two months to stop pandemic X from taking hold
1/4/17   Public Health Crises: US Often Caught Off Guard, Report Shows
8/17/16   University of Maryland unveils tool to gauge how public health taps EHRs in crises like Zika
7/11/16   Nebraska looking at ways to encourage telehealth services
2/3/16   Zika primer: Guide to invasion of a mosquito virus that causes birth defects
1/11/16   Sharing of research data, findings should be the norm in public health emergencies
12/10/15   Public health gets least money, but does most
8/6/15   Future health professionals will be educated on needs of rural communities
6/15/15   Hacker Can Send Fatal Dose To Hospital Drug Pumps
4/27/15   University of Iowa expects new public health degrees to attract hundreds
4/3/15   Travelers Are Bringing a Superbug into the United States
2/20/15   WHO approves first rapid blood test for Ebola
2/12/15   What Ebola Teaches Us About Public Health In America
10/24/14   Clumsy Ebola response tests nation's faith in public health leaders
8/22/14   Nebraska biocontainment unit prepared for the worst
7/25/14   Public Health Command tracks new mosquito-borne disease
6/20/14   Health experts: Diseases at border becoming 'crisis'
Search Archives:



The Omaha TEWG is an information sharing initiative owned and operated by the  Omaha TEWG. 
Should you have any questions call:  1-888-789-2616

© 2020 Omaha Terrorism Early Warning Group. All rights reserved.