News by Category: Children's Health

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Health Affairs Article Highlights UHF’s Partnerships in Early Childhood Development Initiative

Release Date: 07.11.2017
Contact: Catherine Arnst

An innovative partnership among United Hospital, the Altman Foundation, and The New York Community Trust is helping health care and neighborhood social services providers address social, environmental, and economic factors influencing early childhood health and long-term well-being. A Health Affairs blog article about the collaboration, Interest in Early Childhood Health Leads to Three Funders Working Together, describes the groundbreaking project.

Related initiatives: Children's Health

PECD Learning Collaborative: Getting to Know You

Release Date: 06.13.2017
Contact: Catherine Arnst

Building working relationships was the challenge at the first Partnerships for Early Childhood Development learning collaborative meeting, when health care providers and community agencies, many of them strangers to each other, brainstormed on a common vision.

Related initiatives: Children's Health

UHF Kicks Off Learning Collaborative to Help Hospital-Community Partnerships Help Children

Release Date: 04.27.2017
Contact: Catherine Arnst

The Partnerships for Early Childhood Development, addressing social determinants of health, brings pediatric primary care and social service agencies together for the initial webinar of its Learning Collaborative, to boost skills and share experiences.

Related initiatives: Children's Health

Suzanne Brundage: Near-Universal Children’s Coverage: New York’s Threatened Legacy

Release Date: 03.16.2017
Contact: Catherine Arnst

With an uncertain future for Medicaid it is vital to reflect on the efforts behind New York’s remarkable, and hard-won, rate of health insurance coverage for its children, and on the planned improvements that are at stake.

Related initiatives: Making Public Programs Work, Children's Health
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