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.
Improving Health Care Access for Homeless New Yorkers
NYSHealth awarded Care for the Homeless a grant to support a mobile health clinic to serve as an alternative medical home for homeless patients.
Implementing an Independent Provider Association for Health Centers in Central New York
NYSHealth awarded a grant to Upstate Community Health Collaborative Independent Provider Association to support the establishment of an Independent Provider Association in Central New York.
Integrating Health Services for Adolescents in New York State
NYSHealth awarded Mount Sinai Hospital a grant to develop a blueprint to help other organizations replicate its effective approach to meeting the health needs of adolescents through integrated primary care services.
Bringing Healthier Menu Options to School Cafeterias
NYSHealth awarded Wellness in the Schools a grant to train New York City school cafeteria workers on offering healthier food options for students.
Increasing Access to Community-based Mental Health Services for Veterans in Upstate New York
NYSHealth awarded Headstrong, Inc., a grant to expand its mental health services for veterans to more regions in New York State.
Educating Health Care Providers on Their FIDA Roles
NYSHealth awarded Medicare Rights Center a grant to educate health care providers about FIDA policies and eligibility.
Assessing If Yelp Ratings for Hospitals Match Up with Objective Quality Data
NYSHealth awarded a grant to the Manhattan Institute to examine if Yelp star ratings of hospitals in New York State match up with objective hospital quality measures.
Evaluating Cost Estimator Tools for Consumers
NYSHealth awarded Consumers Union a grant to assess health insurers’ cost estimator tools in New York State and identify how they can be improved.