Resources & Reports
Achieving Integrated Care for Mental Health and Substance Use By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Integrating Mental Health and Substance Use Services Date: January 2013 Type: Multimedia, Website
Beginning in 2008, the Foundation made a strategic investment to increase the number of providers capable of screening, diagnosing, and treating both substance use and mental health disorders simultaneously. More than 60% of New Yorkers with a claim for a substance use disorder also have a psychiatric disorder, while more than 50% with schizophrenia also have a diagnosis of a substance use disorder.
Growing Community Health Centers By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage, Advancing Primary Care Date: January 2013 Type: Multimedia, Website
Community health centers are on the front lines of primary care, but many community health centers struggle with low margins, limited funding, and growing demand. After health reform is implemented fully, community health centers are expected to double capacity to serve 3 million New Yorkers.
NYSHealth’s Organizational Scorecard: Measuring Our Impact By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Other Date: January 2013 Type: Multimedia, Video
NYSHealth’s organizational scorecard is series of indicators and targets to track its performance related to program impact, customer service, reputational capital, and organizational capital. The scorecard allows the Foundation to track its effectiveness and impact in its efforts to improve the health of all New Yorkers. Though scorecards have taken hold in philanthropy as a tool for assessing overall organizational performance, few foundations share them publicly. NYSHealth is pleased to make its scorecard publicly available.