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The Symposium on Health Care Services in New York: Research and Practice fosters collaboration on and understanding of current health care research in New York. November 19, 2019, at the CUNY Graduate Center.
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A series of maps created by UHF display “hotspots” in New York City where poor housing quality, pediatric asthma, and Medicaid enrollment overlap.
UHF paid tribute on four exceptional New Yorkers at its annual gala for their efforts to improve health and health care.
A new HealthWatch brief warns that New York State faces a number of potential obstacles as the next health insurance enrollment period approaches.
In Run-up to Opening, UHF Roundtable Focuses on Reaching Remaining Uninsured, Public Charge Rule
New York State Report Puts Forth New Vision for Strengthening Pediatric Primary Care
The uninsured often avoid public insurance because of stigma, but they might feel differently if they understood all the tax benefits that subsidize empolyer-based insurance.
A new report says a redesign of New York State Medicaid's payment system for children’s health care could encourage physicians to invest in strategies to promote lifelong health and well-being.
Payment reform alone can’t sustain everything we need to improve health.
A timeline of UHF's many groundbreaking initiatives and publications since launching its Families and Health Care project in 1996.
Carol Levine, who joined UHF in 1996 as director of the new Families and Health Care Project, shares her insights on how the world has changed for the nation’s 43 million family caregivers.
United Hospital Fund’s annual Medicaid conference, Medicaid in New York: A Look Toward the Future, was held on Thursday, July 18, at the New York Academy of Medicine.