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Healthcare organizations embrace Age-Friendly to support older adults

HANYS’ Age-Friendly Collaboratives are helping organizations meet the needs of a growing population of older adults. Sign-up is open for the 2023 programs.


HANYS’ health equity collaborative bridges intention to action

Advancing Healthcare Excellence and Inclusion provides education, tools and support to help New York hospitals and health systems achieve their health equity goals.


New York hospitals implement person-centered care practices, earn international recognition

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital and St. Barnabas Hospital recently earned Certification in Person-Centered Care from Planetree International with support from HANYS.


Advancing diversity, inclusion in healthcare leadership: Scholarship recipients reflect

HANYS catches up with our 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Development Scholarship awardees; announces two new scholarship recipients.


Creating a healthier tomorrow for all requires investing in healthcare today

COVID-19 highlighted the importance of a strong, modernized healthcare system. That’s why we’re urging New York state to act now.


See how hospitals near you support your community, economy

HANYS’ latest economic and community benefit reports show that hospitals continued to make significant positive impacts – even in the midst of COVID-19 disruption.


Workforce, Medicaid, infrastructure: HANYS’ 2022-2023 state budget testimony

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.


We supported the No Surprises Act, but CMS’ implementation plan includes a poison pill — and we’re fighting to remove it

Contrary to congressional intent, CMS’ interim final rule gives leverage to health plans at the expense of patients and providers.


Emergency departments signal growing distress in children’s mental health

Hospital emergency departments are sentinels for signs of trouble in healthcare: all signs warn of major challenges in children’s behavioral health.


Infrastructure plan must include investments in hospitals, healthcare

Just as our nation’s roads and bridges have aged, so too have our hospitals and health systems.


Pay and pursue: Why New York should adopt this common-sense claims payment reform

Hospitals would get paid in real time for care rendered, while insurers would still be able to challenge the medical necessity of any procedure.