A federal health care portal that lets parents access their children’s health records is set to be shut down.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has been working with states to provide parents with access to their childrens health records, but that information is only available through the portal.
“CMS will not provide this information directly to the individual states, but will provide it to the states in the form of a portal,” the CMS said in a statement Friday.
This comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) began a partnership to make sure families have access to the information they need.
The information was only made available through an encrypted Web site, but the CMS website is now offline.
The portal, which has been running since 2013, was used by more than 10 million people who had a valid health insurance policy.
However, the portal is now inaccessible because the government is now shutting down the CMS portal, according to CNN Money.
The site has been used by a number of states including California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vermont and Virginia.
While it is not clear why the CMS shut down the portal, the government has said that it will not be able to provide information to states once the portal shut down on December 31, the deadline for obtaining health insurance.
Currently, people can access their health information through HealthCare and their employer through their federal government website, or they can use the CMS service.
The CMS portal is also available to parents who are not eligible for health insurance through their employer.