The latest news from NYSHealth.
New York State Health Foundation Commits $5 Million for COVID-19 Response Efforts
NYSHealth has committed an additional $3 million in funding to support COVID-19 response and relief efforts throughout New York State
NYSHealth Commits $2 Million for COVID-19 Response Efforts
The New York State Health Foundation has committed $2 million in funding to support COVID-19 response and relief efforts throughout New York State.
“Where Are All the Young People?”
Read an article in Crain's New York about the 161,000 uninsured young New Yorkers who are expected to sign up for health insurance over the next three years. The article cites information from NYSHealth.
“37,000 Enrolled in N.Y. Health Exchange So Far”
Read an article in USA Today about the number of New Yorkers who have signed up for the New York State insurance marketplace, New York State of Health. Former NYSHealth President and CEO James R. Knickman is quoted in the article.
“CUNY School of Public Health Launches NYC Health Survey”
Read an article in The Jewish Voice about the second New York City Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NYC HANES), which will provide a picture of the city’s health almost 10 years after the first NYC HANES survey. The survey is funded in part by NYSHealth.
Video: “One-on-One With James R. Knickman of the New York State Health Foundation”
Watch a video of NYSHealth President and CEO James R. Knickman discussing the Affordable Care Act on Richard French Live.
“New Yorkers to Find ‘No Wrong Door’ to Public-Health Facilities”
Read an article on Psychiatric News about integrated care in New York State public health facilities. The article mentions NYSHealth's work to integrate treatment for people with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
Looming Overhead: The Persistent Debate Over Administrative Costs
In a latest blog post for Smart Assets: The Philanthropy New York Blog, former NYSHealth President and CEO James R. Knickman discusses the issue of foundation funds supporting nonprofits’ administrative costs.