Contingency Fund Could Allow Federal Agencies To Address Disease Outbreaks More Quickly, U.S. Congressman Says

CQ HealthBeat: Appropriator Mulls Contingency Fund for Disease Outbreaks
“Creating a contingency fund to address health crises such as the Ebola outbreak might speed the time it takes federal agencies to respond, according to the chairman of the House panel that funds the Department of Health and Human Services…” (Young, 4/15).

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