COVID-19 highlighted the importance of a strong, modernized healthcare system. That’s why we’re urging New York state to act now.
HANYS’ latest economic and community benefit reports show that hospitals continued to make significant positive impacts – even in the midst of COVID-19 disruption.
The ongoing national blood crisis puts patient care at risk. Blood donations are urgently needed.
HANYS President Bea Grause, RN, JD, delivered the following remarks at the joint legislative hearing of the Senate Finance and Assembly Ways and Means committees on health Tuesday, Feb. 8.
Contrary to congressional intent, CMS’ interim final rule gives leverage to health plans at the expense of patients and providers.
Hospital emergency departments are sentinels for signs of trouble in healthcare: all signs warn of major challenges in children’s behavioral health.
Just as our nation’s roads and bridges have aged, so too have our hospitals and health systems.
Hospitals would get paid in real time for care rendered, while insurers would still be able to challenge the medical necessity of any procedure.
It’s never a good time to cut state support for healthcare. This year it would be devastating.
UAlbany research provides a roadmap for New York and other states as COVID-19 vaccination ramps up.