New on the Site
- Medicaid in New York: Fostering Collaboration to Improve Health
- Blueprint, Summer 2018: Coverage and Access, Child Health, Quality Improvement, and more
- New Project Targets Impact of Opioid Epidemic on Children
- Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship Project Leads to Drop in Prescribing
- Partnerships for Early Childhood Development Launches Phase II with New Funding
- Clinical Quality Fellowship Program's Newest Leaders
A new UHF HealthWatch identifies New York City neighborhoods with high levels of housing insecurity, health care utilization, and Medicaid enrollment, and illustrates potential opportunities for Medicaid providers to address housing issues to support delivery of higher-quality care and improve health outcomes.
UHF has been helping health care providers partner with community-based organizations to screen for needed social or developmental services. One year in, the Partnerships for Early Childhood Development initiative offers valuable insights.
A new analysis of potentially inappropriate antibiotic prescribing patterns for Medicaid beneficiaries has found wide variations based on patient age, gender, race/ethnicity, county of residence, and individual insurance plans.
A report from the New York City Population Health Improvement Program, in which UHF is a partner, examines a shared-services model that could help small practices serve as medical homes and succeed in value-based payment arrangements.
A proposed federal rule on association health plans could alter Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions and roll back gains New York State has made. Under the new rule, New Yorkers would see higher costs for individuals and small groups seeking comprehensive coverage.
An innovative incremental approach to integrating behavioral health care into primary care is bringing that challenging goal within reach—and improving the quality of patient care—for small practices participating in a pioneering pilot.
Trustees from metropolitan-area hospitals and health care organizations were honored for their extraordinary commitment and leadership at this year's Tribute.
In invited testimony before the New York City Council Committee on Hospitals, UHF Vice President Chad Shearer laid out the importance of the Health + Hospitals safety net and the need to ensure it sustains its vital role.
Our latest annual report highlights some of the challenges we’ve addressed over the past year and the strategies we’re using to help build a more effective health care system for every New Yorker, especially the most vulnerable.
Resources for family caregivers and health care providers are available at our Next Step in Care website.