Kaiser Permanente has awarded a $2.55 million grant to an American Heart Association outreach effort to reduce hypertension in the African-American community.
The Community to Clinic, Clinic to Community (C2C2): Improving Hypertension Control in Blacks and African-Americans initiative will initially roll out in Atlanta and San Diego. The project is a technology-enabled collaboration among clinics, healthcare providers, community organizations, and volunteer health mentors.
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