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Note new date. UHF's Tribute to Excellence in Health Care recognizes quality improvement champions across the New York metropolitan area.
The 2020 Tribute to Excellence in Health Care has been postponed to July 13. In the meantime, we extend our deep appreciation to all the health care providers working so hard to keep us safe during this challenging time.
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Resources for parents and providers during the COVID-19 outbreak
UHF's new Quality Leaders Forum brings emerging and established health care quality leaders together to network among themselves and with nationally recognized quality leaders.
On March 2 UHF launched the third phase of its Partnerships for Early Childhood Development initiative with a learning collaborative.
Improving the health care system is rarely about sweeping and dramatic changes.More often than not, progress is achieved through incremental steps.
Federal court decisions in a case brought by Texas and 17 other states, if allowed to stand, would increase the number of uninsured by nearly 20 million people and likely wreak havoc on health insurance coverage.
UHF and Greater New York Hospital Association launched the new class of 30 Clinical Quality Fellows on a 15-month program focused on improving quality and patient safety.
Training a new class to become health care quality improvement leaders at their institutions
Pediatricians and community-based organizations participating in an innovative United Hospital Fund (UHF) program helped more than 1,500 New York families connect with services to address unmet basic needs.
Q&A with Ann-Marie Audet, MD, UHF's senior medical officer. A shorter version of this interview appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of Blueprint.