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February 2019

February 27-28
ESOOS Partner Meeting

ASTHO and CDC will convene partners involved in various aspects of the ESOOS grant. This meeting will allow partners to meet and greet each other and also learn more about different aspects of the ESOOS grant.

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February 27
Need to Know Information for ASTHO Hill Day

Invitation only. Please join ASTHO immediate past-president, Dr. John Wiesman and the ASTHO federal government affairs team for a webinar on everything you will need to know regarding your visit to Capitol Hill.

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February 28
Adverse Childhood Experiences and CMS’ Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) Model

Please join the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) for a webinar on adverse childhood experiences.

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March 2019

March 6-7
Strengthening Clinical to Community Connections

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials will a convening to share knowledge, strengthen relationships, and explore collaborations between participants and community integrators to address health-related social needs. Participants will include Accountable Health Communities Alignment Track Bridge Organizations, state public health and Medicaid leaders, health insurance plans, healthcare providers, philanthropies, federal partners, and community integrators advancing access to health and social services.

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March 11-12
ASTHO Policy Academy In-Person Training

Invitation only. A two day, in-person session in Washington, DC, March 11-12, 2019 will offer learning and networking experiences with health policy experts and Policy Academy teams from three state health agencies. The ASTHO Policy Academy is designed to help state governmental public health leaders develop the skills and competencies required to advance and support policy at the state level. This session will take place during ASTHO’s Washington week.

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