The latest news from NYSHealth.
NYSHealth and NYSDOH Announce Recipients of Grant Awards to Advance New York State’s Prevention Agenda 2013–17
The New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) has selected 17 organizations for grant awards totaling $500,000 to help 27 local county health departments across New York State advance the goals of the New York State Department of Health’s (NYSDOH) Prevention Agenda 2013–17.
“NYSHealth Foundation Grants Provide a Healthy Boost”
Read an article in Buffalo Business First about NYSHealth's latest initiative to advance public health in New York State.
“A Grant to Consolidate Efforts”
Read an article in the Times Union about a grant from NYSHealth to Schenectady County Public Health Services to create a care model for asthma patients.
“Monroe, Neighbors Receive Health Grants”
Read an article in the Democrat & Chronicle about grants to organizations in Western New York as part of NYSHealth's latest initiative to advance public health in New York State.
“Schenectady County Gets $25,000 to Treat Asthma Patients”
Read an article in the Albany Business Review about a grant from NYSHealth to Schenectady County Public Health Services to create a care model for asthma patients.
“Unsung Heroes of Obamacare’s Enrollment Surge”
Read an article in the Huffington Post about the individuals and groups who contributed to the surge of new health care coverage enrollees under the Affordable Care Act. The article cites the Empire Justice Center's Ambassadors for Coverage program, which is funded by NYSHealth.