In an effort to bolster Ebola preparedness and response efforts among U.S. hospitals, the Department of Health and Human Services is making available more than $194 million in grants to states and health facilities.

According to HHS, this funding for the Hospital Preparedness Program is “intended to ensure the nation’s healthcare system is ready to safely and successfully identify, isolate, assess, transport, and treat patients with Ebola or patients under investigation for Ebola, and that it is well prepared for a future Ebola outbreak.”

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