The latest news from NYSHealth.
Strengthening and Adapting New York’s Hospitals
In his latest blog post, NYSHealth President and CEO David Sandman reflects on the challenges New York's hospitals face, the opportunities for hospitals to adapt to better meet patients' needs, and the common themes emerging in discussions among health care leaders across the State.
Comments on Proposed Rule to Make Hospital Charges Publicly Available
NYSHealth submitted the following comments in response to a proposed federal rule that affects patients' access to price information from their health care providers.
New York Doctors Wrote More Opioid Prescriptions After Pharma Payments
A CNN report on NYSHealth’s study about the link between pharmaceutical payments and opioid prescription rates in New York State.
Study: NY Doctors Received $3.5M From Opioid Manufacturers
A WHEC report about NYSHealth’s study on the link between pharmaceutical manufacturer payments and opioid prescription patterns in New York State.
The More Money Doctors Received, the More Opioids They Prescribed, Report Finds
A Buffalo News article on NYSHealth’s report on the link between pharmaceutical payments and opioid prescription rates in New York State, focusing on implications for Western NY.
Report: N.Y. Docs Who Got Paid Were More Likely to Prescribe Opioids
The Times Union’s in-depth look at NYSHealth’s report on the link between pharmaceutical payments and opioid prescription rates in New York State.