Read the 2011 version of the Healthy Lifestyles and Prevention (HeLP) America Act of 2011, which emphasizes the role of prevention in health. Released by Senator Tom Harkin.
View the newly appointed members of the Advisory Group on Prevention, Health Promotion, and Integrative and Public Health.
Listen to Health Reform IS Working: A discussion on next steps for community prevention, a web forum recorded on December 20, 2010, and get involved in ensuring that the prevention provisions of the Affordable Care Act live up to their full potential.
This D.C.-based nonprofit is a national leader in the effort to make disease prevention a national priority and has led a number of efforts to integrate prevention and wellness in health reform.
Access archives of the health reform advocacy web forums co-sponsored by Prevention Institute and Public Health Institute, Taking Action to Support Community Prevention and Equity in Health Reform.
Learn about APHA's campaign to mobilize members and affiliates to educate legislators about the need to include prevention, public health, and a public plan in health reform.
KFF develops and runs research and communications programs, serves as a source of information and analysis for policymakers, the media, the health care community, and the public.
As a leading health foundation, the RWJ Foundation is committed to improving the health and health care for all Americans. This health reform resource shares RWJF foundation and grantee research and policy analyses to help inform the national health reform debate.
This D.C.-based non-profit offers a range of evidence-based and promising strategies for both clinical and community prevention in health reform.
A national organization representing local health departments, NACCHO offers a number of advocacy and policy resources for inclusion of public health and disease prevention as part of health reform.
The Joint Center strives to identify the complex underlying causes of health disparities and is a leader in emphasizing equity in health reform and other social and economic policies.
This national coalition of a broad array of organizations, business and labor groups, and health policy experts aims to educate and mobilize the public and policymakers on the health policy changes needed to effectively fight chronic disease.
HNA strives to create a social movement promoting health and well-being and to find new ways to create a social and physical environment that advances healthy living.