After an NYSHealth project has closed, we usually write a grant outcome report to capture the initiative’s impact. With input from the grantee and NYSHealth program staff, grant outcome reports take an honest look back at the program, document the work completed, and share lessons learned, including how we might have better supported our grantee’s efforts.
Amplifying the Voices of Patients in New York State
NYSHealth awarded a grant to the Community Service Society of New York (CSS) to amplify the voices of patients and build their advocacy capacity through the We The Patients NY initiative.
Scaling Up Project ECHO in New York State
New York Academy of Medicine;
Research Foundation for the State University of New York
NYSHealth awarded a series of grants to support the development and scale-up of Project ECHO models throughout New York State.
Engaging Health Care Consumers in Advocacy Efforts
NYSHealth awarded Health Care for All New York a grant to advance the consumer voice on issues related to promoting health information transparency and engaging patients as partners.
Making the Hospital Consolidation Process More Transparent and Consumer Friendly
NYSHealth awarded MergerWatch grants to make the hospital consolidation process more transparent and consumer friendly for New Yorkers.
Crowdsourcing Resident-Led Neighborhood Improvement Projects
NYSHealth awarded a series of grants to In Our Backyards (ioby) to provide the resources for resident leaders to tackle some of their most pressing community health concerns.
Making Lunch Free for All of New York City’s School Children
NYSHealth made grants to CFA and GSG to help bring universal school lunch to all New York City public schools.
Identifying Care Costs and Interventions for Aging Homeless Adults in New York City
NYSHealth awarded a grant to Penn SP2 to conduct an analysis of the health care utilization, needs, and costs of people who are homeless and ages 55 and older.
Improving the Role and Impact of the New York State Division of Veterans’ Services
NYSHealth awarded a grant to the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University to conduct a national survey of DVAs and a comprehensive analysis of state-specific veterans’ offices to better evaluate the performance of New York State’s DVA.