The latest news from NYSHealth.
How Messed Up Is This?
In his latest blog post, NYSHealth President and CEO David Sandman highlights the common frustrations of health care consumers who are left in the dark--as well as the promise of letting in more sunlight.
“Report Weighs Viability of County Nursing Homes in NY State”
Read an article from the Times Herald-Record on an NYSHealth-funded report on the future of county-owned nursing homes in New York State. The article highlights the report's findings on key counties in New York State.
“Report: Most County Nursing Homes Run in the Red”
Read an article from the Times Union on an NYSHealth-funded report on the future of county-owned nursing homes in New York State.
“Foundations Should Take a Look at the Largest Poverty Minority. Think Inclusively, Act Inclusively”
Read a blog post from The Huffington Post on how foundations can address the needs of individuals with disabilities, and why poverty is a related issue. NYSHealth Program Officer Amy Shefrin is quoted in the article.
Affording Obamacare: New York’s New Health Plan Rates
In his Huffington Post column, fprmer NYSHealth President and CEO James R. Knickman discusses how new health plan rates from the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will affect New Yorkers.
“The Health of Immigrants: What Projects Are Foundations Funding?”
Read a Health Affairs GrantWatch blog post about projects that foundations are funding related to the health of immigrants. The article cites a report supported by NYSHealth, entitled "Maximizing Health Care Reform for New York’s Immigrants."
“Uninsured LGBT New Yorkers Will Soon Have Affordable Insurance Options”
Read a Syracuse.com article about a campaign to reach the estimated 25 percent of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) New Yorkers who have no health insurance. NYSHealth Senior Vice President David Sandman is quoted in the article.