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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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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.
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.
New report on DSRIP promising practices spotlights payment and delivery innovations started after federal waiver
United Hospital Fund has named Chad Senior Vice President for Policy and Program.
John Simons, managing partner with the investment bank Corporate Fuel Advisors LLC, has been elected Chairman of the Board of United Hospital Fund.
New York accountable care organizations participating in a Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services program to reduce Medicare spending generated nearly $11.5 million in savings in 2017, after losing roughly $60 million in each of the two prior years.
United Hospital Fund honors 57 extraordinary quality improvement leaders at 51 hospitals and long-term care facilities at its Tribute to Excellence in Health Care event.
A new report examining the uninsured in western and central New York found that many are likely income-eligible for public coverage or financial assistance.
The number of primary care providers in New York State adopting the patient-centered medical home soard by more than 35 percent between May 2017 and May 2018.
A year-long project demonstrated that small primary care practices can help fill this gap by screening patients for depression and coordinating their mental health, medical, and social service needs.
Pooja Kothari, RN, MPH, program manager in UHF’s Quality Institute, is named the 2019 Patricia S. Levinson fellow.