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United Hospital Fund Launches Partnerships for Early Childhood Development with NYC Hospitals to Screen and Address Social and Economic Factors Affecting Children’s Health

Release Date: 03.08.2017
Contact: Catherine Arnst

United Hospital Fund (UHF) announced a new initiative, Partnerships for Early Childhood Development, to support 11 New York City hospitals and their community partners in a year-long effort to help pediatric primary care practices initiate, expand, or improve on efforts to screen children ages 0-5 for social and environmental risks that interfere with healthy development, and connect them with the services that can address those risks. 

Related initiatives: Children's Health

United Hospital Fund Awards $662,642 in Grants to Improve Health Care Services in New York

Release Date: 11.03.2016
Contact: Mary Johnson

UHF announced seven grants, totaling $662,242, for projects to build a more effective health care system for every New Yorker.

Related initiatives: Making Public Programs Work, Medicaid Institute™, Quality Improvement, Clinical Quality Fellowship Program, Managing Antibiotics, Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship Initiative

United Hospital Fund Awards $597,193 in Grants to Improve Health Care Services in New York

Release Date: 02.19.2016
Contact: Bob de Luna

United Hospital Fund announced 12 grants, totaling $597,193, for projects to build a more effective health care system for every New Yorker.

Related initiatives: Health Insurance Project, Medicaid Institute™, Quality Improvement, Outpatient Antibiotic Stewardship Initiative, Family Caregiving

United Hospital Fund Awards $464,000 in Grants to Improve Health Services in New York City

Release Date: 02.24.2015
Contact: Bob de Luna

The Fund awarded five grants, totaling $464,000, for projects working to improve health care services in New York City.

United Hospital Fund Awards Grants Totaling $388,000 to Improve Health Services in New York City

Release Date: 10.22.2014
Contact: Bob de Luna

The United Hospital Fund announced six grants, totaling $388,000, for projects to improve health care services in New York.

Related initiatives: Quality Improvement, Clinical Quality Fellowship Program, IMPACT to Reduce Readmissions Collaborative, Antimicrobial Stewardship Program

United Hospital Fund Awards Grants Totaling $125,000 to Improve Health Services in New York City

Release Date: 06.25.2014
Contact: Bob de Luna

The United Hospital Fund announced six grants, totaling $125,000, for projects to improve health care services in New York.

Related initiatives: Aging in Place, Together on Diabetes-NYC: A Community Control Project for Seniors

United Hospital Fund Awards Grants Totaling $320,000 to Improve Health Services in New York City

Release Date: 02.27.2014
Contact: Bob de Luna

The United Hospital Fund announced five grants, totaling $320,000, for projects to improve health care services in New York.

Related initiatives: Day of Transition Initiative, Together on Diabetes-NYC: A Community Control Project for Seniors

United Hospital Fund Awards Grants Totaling $475,000 to Improve Health Services in New York City

Release Date: 10.28.2013
Contact: Bob de Luna

The United Hospital Fund today announced nine grants, totaling $475,000, for projects to improve health care services in New York.

Related initiatives: Health Insurance Project, Quality Improvement, Clinical Quality Fellowship Program, STOP Sepsis Collaborative, Together on Diabetes-NYC: A Community Control Project for Seniors, Voluntarism, IMPACT to Reduce Readmissions Collaborative

United Hospital Fund Awards Grants Totaling $265,000 to Improve Health Services in New York City

Release Date: 06.27.2013
Contact: Bob de Luna

Among the projects funded are a program to serve nursing home residents with dementia, a referral system to connect low-income patients with essential non-medical resources, a care-coordination model to serve primary care patients, and a community-based model of diabetes management for seniors.

Related initiatives: Aging in Place, Together on Diabetes-NYC: A Community Control Project for Seniors
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