Protecting Indian Health and Human Services Programs and their Beneficiaries: The Basics of Health Care and Grants Management Compliance

May 15th and 16th at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma. HHS OIG will host a Tribal/ IHS compliance training conference in May 2018 in Oklahoma. This conference is designed for officials and employees of the Indian Health Service and of any Tribal organization receiving HHS funds whose responsibilities include: (1) Protecting program […]

Is Diabetes Your Destiny? It’s Not the Native American’s! Promoting self-empowerment and change through healthy choices and policies

You may already know that some racial/ethnic groups have higher rates of diabetes. This is true for Native Americans who have the highest prevalence (existing cases) of diagnosed diabetes among racial/ethnic groups in the United States. What you may not hear often though, are the personal stories of those with diabetes. Travel with me to […]

Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Among First to Allow Tobacco Quitline Signage at Tribal Travel Plazas

(Concho, Oklahoma 10/11/17) Aaron Williams – CDC’s Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country (GHWIC) Tobacco Program Coordinator for Southern Plains Tribal Health Board and Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal member, installs the first of several Quitline signage on gas pumps at the Cheyenne & Arapaho Travel Plaza at Concho, Oklahoma. The Southern Plains Tribal Health […]

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