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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.
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.
Thirty NY-area health professionals recently completed 15 months of training as the eleventh class of the Clinical Quality Fellowship Program.
UHF honored 57 health care leaders, on May 6 at its first annual Tribute to Excellence in Health Care.
The challenges of family caregivers are explored in the new Home Alone Revisited report.
Participants in the Partnerships for Early Childhood Development initiative shared how best to meet the social needs of families at a UHF-sponsored learning collaborative.
Dr. Shih listed as one of the 50 most influential people in New York health care.
NYS Medicaid Director Donna Frescatore discssues the success of payment reform at UHF's 2018 Medicaid Conference.
Largely lost in all the coverage of the current opioid epidemic are the effects on the children of addicted parents. A new UHF project seeks to examine and address the epidemic's impact on mental health, development, and family responsibilities.