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  • Integrating Primary Care into Behavioral Health Settings: What Works for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness By: Milbank Memorial Fund Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: December 2014 Type: Resources, Report

    This Milbank Memorial Fund report identifies and evaluates the evidence for behavioral health integration for severe mental illness—what works, what shows promise, and key implementation areas that are important for successful endeavors. 

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  • The New York State Health Care Provider Database: A Framework for Action By: HealtheConnections Health Planning Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: December 2014 Type: Resources, Report

    This HealtheConnections Health Planning report, supported by NYSHealth, examines the feasibility of creating a statewide database of health care providers and its potential uses, as well as offers recommendations for making the database a reality in New York State. 

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  • Shared Savings Programs: Lessons Learned from a New York State Community Health Center By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: December 2014 Type: Resources, Article, Transcript

    Across the country, providers and payers are experimenting with new payment arrangements to improve health outcomes and reduce costs. The prevailing fee-for-service system pays for inputs rather than outcomes, and more care rather than better care. Alternative payment methods that move away from fee-for-service will drive meaningful change toward delivering and paying for better quality care. However, promising new reimbursement models are still being tested and refined to determine which are most effective, most appealing to payers and providers, and most likely to supplant the fee-for-service model.

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  • An Examination of New York State’s Integrated Primary and Mental Health Care Services for Adults with Serious Mental Illness By: RAND Corporation Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: September 2014 Type: Resources, Report

    This RAND Corporation report, funded by NYSHealth, examines several approaches that New York State community mental health centers have taken to improve the integration of behavioral health and primary care services for adults with serious mental illness.

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  • Defy Diabetes Survey Instruments By: University of Michigan Priority Areas: Diabetes Prevention and Management Date: August 2014 Type: Resources, Other

    In 2008, the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) invested in a 5-year, $35 million Diabetes Campaign, with a focus on improving clinical care and patient outcomes; mobilizing communities to prevent diabetes and support diabetes self-management; and promoting policies that sustain comprehensive and effective care for people with diabetes. During the Campaign, NYSHealth awarded three grants to the Institute for Leadership (IFL) to support the Campaign’s Faith Fights Diabetes initiative; IFL led a three-year plan to build the capacity of faith-based organizations to deliver a diabetes management and prevention program, Defy Diabetes, in places of worship across New York State. To assess the program’s impact on participants' health status, as well as diabetes-related behavioral and psychosocial outcomes, NYSHealth awarded a grant to the University of Michigan’s Department of Medical Education to develop and validate two survey instruments—one for participants and one for volunteer leaders delivering the program—to assess the effectiveness of the diabetes self-management and prevention program.

  • Care Management in New York State Health Homes By: Joslyn Levy & Associates Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: August 2014 Type: Resources, Report

    This NYSHealth-funded report, prepared by Joslyn Levy & Associates, examines some approaches in New York State to expand and improve care management for health home members—patients who have multiple chronic conditions and intensive, high-cost service needs. 

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  • Implementation and Outcomes of the New York State YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program: A Multisite Community-Based Translation, 2010–2012 By: New York Academy of Medicine; NYSHealth; New York State Department of Health Priority Areas: Diabetes Prevention and Management Date: July 2014 Type: Resources, Article, Report

    This paper, prepared by the New York Academy of Medicine, New York State Department of Health, and New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) presents findings from the implementation of the evidence-based YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program (Y-DPP) in YMCA’s across New York State. 

  • Overweight and Obesity: New York State Adults, 2012 By: New York State Department of Health Priority Areas: Diabetes Prevention and Management Date: July 2014 Type: Resources, Data Set, Fact Sheet, Report

    This Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) brief examines data on overweight and obesity prevalence in New York State adults in 2012. Obesity and overweight are currently the second leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Obesity is a significant risk factor for many chronic diseases and conditions including type 2 diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, stroke, and heart disease.

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  • New York State 2014 Open Enrollment Report By: NY State of Health Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: June 2014 Type: Resources, Data Set, Fact Sheet, Report

    On June 25, 2014, New York State's health insurance exchange, NY State of Health, released demographic enrollment data on the nearly 1 million New Yorkers who enrolled in health plans from October 1, 2013 through April 15, 2014.

  • Outreach to High-Need, High-Cost Individuals: Best Practices for New York Health Homes By: Center for Health Care Strategies Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: April 2014 Type: Resources, Report

    This report from the Center for Health Care Strategies, supported by NYSHealth, takes lessons learned from early-adopter Medicaid health homes across New York State to identify effective outreach and engagement practices. As health homes move from early to intermediate stages, many need innovative ideas to reach their target populations.

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