The agency's state grants are funding surveillance, detection, and outbreak response efforts in zoonotic and vector-borne diseases, food-borne diseases, influenza, and healthcare-associated infections.
While many policyholders don't yet understand that their existing plans won't meet Affordable Care Act standards that take hold next year, health policy experts explain that despite the coming higher sticker prices, many people will qualify for subsidies.
Arizona used $9 million in federal funding toward an HIX. But that was before it decided not to build its own marketplace. At least 7 other states have made similar decisions after spending federal grants. Here's where that money went.