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Population Health

Population health is impacted disproportionately by nonmedical determinants of health. Where people live, eat, work, and play directly affects their health outcomes. NYSHealth co-hosts annual population health summits to deepen and extend our understanding of ongoing collaboration in New York and nationally between health care and other sectors that advance population health. Learn about the population health summit and other initiatives that NYSHealth has supported in this area:

Population Health Summits

  1. Making New York the Healthiest State: Achieving the Triple Aim
  2. Bridging Health Care and Population Health: Payment and Financing Models
  3. From Innovators to Early Adopters: A Closer Look at Bridging Health Care and Population Health
  4. Working Across Sectors to Address Social Determinants of Health


Weill Cornell Medical College
The Role of Hospitals in Improving Non-Medical Determinants of Community Population Health.

New York Academy of Medicine
Implementing the Affordable Care Act in New York: A Roadmap for Improving Prevention and Population Health

Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc.
Innovations in Monitoring Population Health Using Electronic Health Records

New York Academy of Medicine
Exploring Opportunities for a New York State Roundtable on Health Care and Population Health

*New York University School of Medicine
 Creating a Statewide Community Health Monitoring System for New York State

Taconic Education and Research Fund, Inc.
A Strategic Assessment of New York’s Population Health Investments

*New York University School of Medicine
Establishing a Baseline for Population-level Behaviors in Selected Neighborhoods

Research Foundation of the City University of New York (CUNY), School of Public Health and Health Policy
Wellness Trust for Brooklyn

National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine
Roundtable on Population Health Improvement, Part 1
Roundtable on Population Health Improvement, Part 2