Resources & Reports
Setting the Stage for Payment Reform: Updating New York’s Regulations on Risk Transfers Between Health Plans and Providers By: United Hospital Fund Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: November 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This United Hospital Fund report, supported by NYSHealth, examines the current regulations governing risk-transfer agreements in New York State.
Policy Brief: Diabetes Screening and Monitoring in the Dental Office By: Columbia University Priority Areas: Diabetes Prevention and Management Date: October 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This Columbia University policy brief, supported by NYSHealth, examines the role of dental health providers in diabetes screening and monitoring. The report discusses how and why the dental office represents an unrealized health care opportunity for diabetes intervention.
The NYSHealth Enrollment Network: Expanding Health Insurance Access for New Yorkers By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: October 2015 Type: Grant Outcome Reports, Resources, , Report
This NYSHealth report takes a look at the lessons learned from NYSHealth’s Enrollment Network, a statewide initiative supporting community-based organizations to conduct outreach and enrollment activities targeting populations known to be uninsured at disproportionately high rates.
New York’s All-Payer Database: A New Lens for Consumer Transparency By: APCD Council Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: September 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This NYSHealth-funded report, prepared by the APCD Council, examines the issues related to the development of regulations and policies for an all-payer database (APD) in New York State. It also offers recommendations for State policymakers on the choices before them and seeks to preserve an expansive vision for the APD and the extent of its powers.
The Big Picture V: New York’s Private and Public Insurance Markets, 2012 By: United Hospital Fund Priority Areas: Date: July 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This United Hospital Fund report provides an updated analysis of key findings and trends in New York State’s private health insurance markets and public health insurance programs. This fifth installment in a series of yearly reports offers a comprehensive review of New York’s commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid insurance markets.
Fully Integrated Duals Advantage (FIDA): A Toolkit for New York City and Nassau County Health Care Providers By: Medicare Rights Center Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: June 2015 Type: Resources, Toolkit
This Medicare Rights Center toolkit, supported by NYSHealth, was designed for health care providers to assist them with understanding the Fully Integrated Duals Advantage (FIDA) program as it is rolled out in New York State. The materials offer information on FIDA’s model of care coordination, provider roles in the program, and how providers can help their patients make the best coverage choices for their needs.
Meeting Consumers Where They Are: Patient Engagement in New York’s Evolving Commercial Insurance Market By: United Hospital Fund Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: May 2015 Type: Resources, Report
A new United Hospital Fund report, supported by NYSHealth, examines patient engagement strategies in the commercial insurance market in New York State. Plans and providers are using new methods to spur members and patients to play an active role in their health care.
New York’s Next Health Care Revolution: How Employers Can Empower Patients and Consumers By: Manhattan Institute Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: May 2015 Type: Resources, Report
In this Manhattan Institute essay collection, supported by NYSHealth, policy and business experts offer diagnoses for New York’s health care system and a set of options for employers and policymakers to enact patient- and consumer-centered reform.
New York Payment Reform Scorecard By: Catalyst for Payment Reform Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: April 2015 Type: Resources, Fact Sheet, FAQs, Report
These Catalyst for Payment Reform scorecards, supported by NYSHealth, provide a detailed look into how health care is being paid for in New York State and the types of value-oriented arrangements that are being used. The scorecards are the first in the nation to use comprehensive and fully representative data for the commercial market and the first ever to evaluate payment arrangements in the Medicaid market.
Driving Community Impact: The Case for Local, Evidence-Based Coordination in Veteran and Military Family Services and the AmericaServes Initiative By: Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families Priority Areas: Veterans' Health Date: April 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This NYSHealth-supported report from the Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) looks at the value that community-based coordination is beginning to play in serving America’s transitioning service members, veterans, and their families.