A Conversation on Post-Acute Care and the Patient Perspective
Each year, approximately 1 in 5 hospital patients in the United States, including some 300,000 New Yorkers, require continued care following hospital stays for major surgery or serious illness. Yet too often, patients and their
A Conversation About the War on Immigrants: Detained and Denied
On January 24, 2018, NYSHealth hosted a panel discussion on the safety, rights, and health of immigrant detainees.
A Conversation with 2 Vets Upstate: Telling the Story of New York’s Veterans
On January 8, 2019, NYSHealth hosted a conversation with Andrea Goldstein and Roger Misso, two Navy veterans from New York and hosts of the 2 Vets Upstate podcast, for a discussion about the issues that upstate veterans face, resources available to them, and how we can better serve the needs of this community.
NYSHealth Conference: Supporting Community-Led Change for Health
On December 3, 2018, NYSHealth hosted its inaugural Building Healthy Communities conference, “Supporting Community-Led Change for Health.” Speakers from local government, community-based organizations, and health systems discussed what communities are doing to be healthy.
Feed Your Mind: A Conversation About School Food
NYSHealth hosted a conversation with school food champions to learn more about public and private efforts to improve the quality and environment of New York City school food.
NYSHealth Conference: Partnering Together to Empower Health Care Consumers
On November 5, 2018, NYSHealth hosted its annual Empowering Health Care Consumers conference. This year’s conference explored how patients and providers can better partner with one another, with examples of on-the-ground “partnership in action” strategies and innovations.