Resources & Reports
Enrollment Network Patient Stories: Getting Help to Those Who Need It By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: March 2016 Type: Resources, Other
Read stories from the field about people who got health coverage with the help of organizations in NYSHealth's Enrollment Network.
How Can New York Provide Health Insurance Coverage to its Uninsured Immigrant Residents? An Analysis of Three Coverage Options By: Community Service Society Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: January 2016 Type: Resources, Report
This report by the Community Service Society of New York presents three different options for New York State to extend coverage to uninsured and unauthorized immigrants.
Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless Medicaid Enrollees: State Strategies By: Center for Health Care Strategies Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: January 2016 Type: Resources, Report
This Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) brief, supported by NYSHealth, outlines eight key strategies and practical action steps to help states advance supportive housing options.
Opening Doors: A Sustainable Refugee Health Care Model By: NYSHealth Priority Areas: Special Projects Fund Date: January 2016 Type: Resources, Report
This NYSHealth report examines the development, implementation, and replication of an innovative health care model for newly arrived refugees to the United States. The model makes primary care services available to refugees and allows health centers to provide that care in a sustainable, cost-efficient manner.
Lessons Learned from HIV Prevention and Care: Implications for the Development of Health Homes By: McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: December 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This report by McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, supported by NYSHealth, identifies design principles and lessons learned from New York State’s HIV prevention and care systems and how they can be applied to health homes.
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.
Real Supportive Housing Need in New York State By: Corporation for Supportive Housing Priority Areas: Advancing Primary Care Date: October 2015 Type: Resources, Report
This Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH) report, supported by NYSHealth, is the first-of-its-kind assessment of supportive housing in eight communities across seven geographic areas of New York State, including New York City.
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: Empowering Health Care Consumers, 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.