United Hospital Fund staff will be working remotely until further notice.
Post-election commentary: Achieving progress will be immensely challenging, given the likelihood of a divided Congress and the competing priority of addressing the ongoing pandemic. The most difficult challenge will be tackling health care disparities, especially among Black and Brown communities.
UHF's experts help make sense of our changing health care system.
UHF is a hub of activity—policy research, data analysis, stakeholder convenings, grantmaking, and more. See our newsletters for updates on the work most relevant to you.
UHF's annual Tribute to Excellence in Health Care, recognizing quality improvement champions, celebrates the depth and breadth of health care in the New York metropolitan region.
What we're accomplishing with your donations.
See the related press release.
The need to bring high-quality treatment and management of depression, anxiety, and other common behavioral health conditions into primary care has been well documented, but for small to medium-size practices the complex models that are the standard for integrating medical and behavioral care are often beyond their resources. An innovative new framework, developed with support from a UHF grant, delineates a series of steps in eight key areas, or domains, that providers can take to move toward integration, allowing them to progress at a manageable pace in each of the areas independently, rather than attempting an all-or-nothing approach.