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Alliant Health Solutions is a strategic partner with Morehouse School of Medicine within the National COVID-19 Resiliency Network (NCRN). The Network was established to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on priority populations. NCRN is created for the community, by the community with the intent to ensure the diverse needs of our nation are understood and addressed. Together, we can reduce the negative outcomes and impact of COVID-19 on our communities. Will you join us? Click HERE and subscribe to the NCRN newsletter or join the Regional Community Coalition to let your voice be heard.

National COVID-19 Resiliency Network (NCRN)
Strategic Partner Monthly Information and Resources 

In This Issue

Relax, Refresh...Reset Resource

It’s important to have peace and balance in our lives, especially during the pandemic. Use this list of ideas to take time for you!

Click HERE to download this resource.


CDC Health Advisory- Increasing Seasonal Influenza A (H3N2) Activity, Especially Among Young Adults 

On Wednesday, November, 24, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued a Health Alert Network advisory reminding clinicians to continue offering flu vaccination for all eligible persons six months and older and treat certain patients with suspected or confirmed flu with influenza antivirals. This is in response to recent increases in H3N2 virus circulation, which could be signaling the beginning of the flu season. Click HERE for more information.


Omicron and Other Coronavirus Variants: What You Need to Know


Kaiser Health News has information regarding what is known about the Omicron virus and what might be expected. Click HERE for more information. 


Frequently Asked Questions about Booster Shots

  • What is a booster shot? COVID-19 vaccines continue to work very well at preventing severe illness, hospitalization, and death, including from the Delta variant. A booster shot is an extra dose that helps keep up protection.​​​​​​
  • Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine booster? Everyone age 16 and older who has completed their initial COVID-19 vaccination series can get a COVID-19 vaccine booster. It’s especially important for the following people to get a booster because they are at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19​​​​​​.
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Youth Mental Health Crisis - A Rare Public Advisory

​​​​​Citing mounting evidence of ongoing harm, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy issued a public health advisory on the mental health challenges confronting youth, a rare warning and call to action to address what he called an emerging crisis exacerbated by pandemic hardships. Click HERE to read more. 

With this public health advisory in mind, be sure to talk to your teen about mental health. Here are resources and tips on how to make these conversations a bit easier.

A Community Toolkit for Addressing Health Misinformation 

Health misinformation is causing harm to individuals and to communities, but talking to one another about its impact can help slow the spread by prompting us to think twice about the information we’re reading and sharing. Click HERE to download the toolkit to help you get started. 


Subscribe to the Immunization Action Coalition Newsletter


Are you looking for all the current news, vaccine recommendation updates and new resources in one place? Look no further! Check out the most recent issue and subscribe to the Immunization Action Coalition’s newsletter. Click HERE to subscribe.


Ten Reasons to Get Vaccinated 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, routine vaccinations have declined significantly across all populations in the US, with demand plummeting as much as 95 percent for some vaccines. Check out 10 reasons to still get vaccinated. Click HERE TO read more.


COVID-19 Guidance and Resources for Childcare and Schools

  • COVID-19 Guidance for Operating Early Care and Education/Child Care Programs -​​​ Vaccination is currently the leading public health prevention strategy to end the COVID-19 pandemic. Promoting vaccination among all eligible individuals can help Early Care and Education (ECE) programs protect staff and children in their care, as well as their families. Most ECE programs serve children in an age group that is not yet eligible for vaccination. This guidance emphasizes using multiple COVID-19 prevention strategies together to protect children and adults in ECE programs.
  • Resources to Promote the COVID-19 Vaccine for Children & Teens - Find a suite of digital and downloadable resources to help you promote COVID-19 vaccination for children and teens. Together, we can help our country reach COVID-19 vaccination goals.

Lifestyle Changes Reduce Blood Pressure and Improve Heart Health

A healthy eating plan, weight loss and improved aerobic fitness can significantly reduce blood pressure and improve heart health in people with resistant hypertension – a condition in which blood pressure remains high despite the use of three or more antihypertensive medications. This research was published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation. Click HERE to read more.


Undiagnosed Hypertension Partner Toolkit

About 75 million Americans—nearly one in three adults—have hypertension, and almost half do not have the condition under control. Many Americans with hypertension visit their health care providers regularly but remain undiagnosed. Million Hearts® has made blood pressure control a critical national priority and has developed clinician and patient resources to help you find patients with hypertension who are hiding in plain sight in your system or practice. Help raise awareness about patients who may be hiding in plain sight. Click HERE to download the toolkit.

CDC Recommends COVID-19 Vaccination for Women who are Pregnant

study conducted in Mississippi shared that the risk of dying from COVID during pregnancy has increased for all races/ethnicities. According to the study, though rare overall, stillborn risks increased for mothers who had the Delta variant COVID-19 virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) encourages people who are pregnant,  recently pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or might become pregnant in the future to get  vaccinated as soon as possible to protect themselves and their baby. The CDC also encourages healthcare providers serving these patients to talk to them about the importance of getting a COVID-19 vaccine. Read the articles below to learn more.


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