The latest news from NYSHealth.
Hits and Misses in New York State’s Health Care Budget
In his latest blog post, NYSHealth President and CEO David Sandman highlights the health care hits and misses, from provisions to shore up the Affordable Care Act to a missed opportunity to fix the charity care funding formula.
Lack of Medical Care in Immigrant Detention, Health Care Professionals Say
Read a roundup in Documented that cites an NYSHealth event on the safety, rights, and health of immigrant detainees.
To the Editor: How to address financial relationships between drug manufacturers and physicians
Read a letter to the editor on financial relationships between drug manufacturers and physicians by NYSHealth director of policy and research, Mark Zezza.
Lawyers, doctors addressing lack of medical care in immigrant detention
Read an article in Crain's New York, citing NYSHealth's panel discussion on the safety, rights, and health of immigrant detainees.
“Hospitals Post Their Prices. Just Try to Decipher Them”
NYSHealth Vice President for Programs Sharrie McIntosh's letter to the editor in the New York Times on hospital price transparency.
Comments on Healthy People 2030 Objectives
NYSHealth submitted comments to shape the development of the national Healthy People 2030 objectives in the areas of (1) Physical Activity and (2) Nutrition and Weight Status.
Health Care Transparency Can Be Clear as Mud
NYSHealth President and CEO David Sandman recounts his experience seeking out price information on New York hospitals' websites and offers ideas for making health care price information more user-friendly, accessible, and actionable for consumers.