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A new HealthWatch brief warns that New York State faces a number of potential obstacles as the next health insurance enrollment period approaches.
Payment reform alone can’t sustain everything we need to improve health.
There are numerous steps between greater price transparency and a more empowered patient, and it’s a more complex issue than it might look like at first glance.
Dr. Shih listed as one of the 50 most influential people in New York health care.
Asking whether health care quality is really improving may not be the right question at all.
Increasing the “value equation”—and overall health—requires going beyond the health care system to engage in effective clinical-community partnerships.
New Medicare ID cards, meant to reduce identity theft, require updates to providers' office systems—and some guidance and reassurance for patients.
Unprecedented uncertainty at the federal level about health policy hs clarified the continued relevance and importance of UHF, says Tony Shih in his annual report president's message.
With complex challenges facing the vital safety-net program, Medicaid's future is increasingly uncertain, the director of UHF's Medicaid Institute told the David Rogers Health Policy Colloquium.
Why UHF expanded its antibiotic stewardship to the outpatient setting and to nursing homes.
UHF, the Altman Foundation, and The New York Community Trust model grantmaker collaboration with their joint Partnerships for Early Childhood Development initiative.
Gov. Cuomo's “First 1,000 Days of Life Initiative” is good news for New York's children and families, write UHF President Anthony Shih, MD, and Patricia S. Levinson Fellow Suzanne Brundage, in an Albany Times-Union commentary.