The latest news from NYSHealth.
Hits and Misses in New York State’s Health Care Budget
In his latest blog post, NYSHealth President and CEO David Sandman highlights the health care hits and misses, from provisions to shore up the Affordable Care Act to a missed opportunity to fix the charity care funding formula.
Single-Payer Health Plan in New York State Could Cover All Without Increasing Total Health Spending If Cost Growth Slows
Small Payments to Doctors Are Linked to Big Increases in Opioid Prescriptions
Almost 3,400 New York State Doctors Received $3.5 Million in Opioid-Related Payments from Drug Companies, Finds New Report
Statement on 2016 U.S. Census Bureau Health Insurance Data
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act and aggressive outreach and enrollment efforts, New York State continues to be a leader when it comes to health insurance coverage.
NYSHealth Statement on the CBO Score of the Better Care Reconciliation Act
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) today released its score of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the U.S. Senate’s proposed legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Statement on New York City’s 2017–18 Budget and Funding for Universal Free School Lunch
New York City’s 2017–18 budget was passed yesterday and includes funding for universal free school lunch.