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.
Supporting Asylum Seekers through Medical Evaluations
NYSHealth awarded Physicians for Human Rights a grant to implement a model to provide asylum seekers with free forensic evaluations in New York State.
Improving Culturally Competent Care for Veterans
NYSHealth awarded grants to New York Legal Assistance Group and Resilience Center for Veterans and Families, Columbia University’s Teachers College to support improving culturally competent care for veterans.
Broadening Patient Voices in PFACs Across New York State
NYSHealth awarded Island Peer Review Organization a grant to pilot a new model for Patient and Family Advisory Councils in medical practices across New York State.
Responding to the Opioid Epidemic in North Country
In 2016, NYSHealth awarded Essex County Public Health a grant to implement an evidence-based approach to combatting substance use disorders in Essex County.
Developing a Blueprint for Integrated Primary Care and Behavioral Health Care
NYSHealth awarded Primary Care Development Corporation a grant to help develop a blueprint for the effective implementation of a co-located behavioral health and primary care integration model.
Connecting Consumers to Health Care Price and Quality Tools
NYSHealth awarded grants to NYSAFP, NYACP, and Avalere Health to support the launch of the Connecting Consumers to Information initiative.
Engaging Communities in Bike Sharing as a Pathway to Better Health
NYSHealth awarded NYC Bike Share, the operator of Citi Bike, two grants to plan, promote, and grow Citi Bike’s discount program among New York City Housing Authority residents.
Working Toward Breaking Bias in Health Care
In 2017, NYSHealth awarded a grant to Be More America to scale up unconscious bias work by deploying an online training program at New York City-based hospitals.