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Approximately $1.8 million may be available to support workforce development for State Title V program leaders and staff to meet current public health MCH policy and programmatic imperatives in four key topic areas around implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA):
Up to four national training hubs, or one central hub, based in institutions of higher education, will coordinate training efforts around the key topic areas, to enhance the capacity of the MCH workforce to lead and/or engage in ongoing ACA implementation and public health transformation.
Formal and informal academic-practice partnerships between the national training hub(s) and State Title V programs and as appropriate, other national partners will be required to accomplish the goals of this program.
Public or nonprofit private institutions of higher learning
Last updated 04/29/2013
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If you provide complete and consistent information to all three systems, you may be able to complete the process in one week.
But if there is a problem anywhere in the process, your registration can take four weeks or even longer.
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