The Office of the Surgeon General, with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, plans to produce a report on how private-sector investments in community health can improve the health and prosperity of communities, and encourages stakeholders to share ideas, examples and data from their community health initiatives. For more information, see the recent CDC notice seeking comments through Nov. 5. AHA plans to submit comments.

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