"No more waiting” offers policy recommendations in three focus areas.
They're dedicated to pursuing healthier lives for everyone in the community through services that increase exercise, improve nutrition, reduce risks and provide support for SDOH.
This year’s immediate focus must center on the stability of the healthcare system that New Yorkers depend on for the care they need right now.
The new funding will enable HANYS to support member nursing homes in recruiting, onboarding, certifying and training new certified nursing assistants.
The largest rural program of its kind in New York state, Bassett Healthcare Network's School-Based Health Program delivers primary health services to as many students as possible.
These individuals are charged with leading statewide healthcare association’s board of trustees.
Rochester Regional Health-United Memorial Medical Center's Perinatal Task Force brings together community agencies to build and strengthen partnerships to support birthing patients and families.
HANYS urges the Legislature to act this upcoming legislative session to alleviate immediate pressures on our healthcare workforce and organizations and to bolster our pipeline of healthcare workers.
The Healthcare Association of New York State’s updated economic and community benefit analyses once again show New York’s hospitals provide vital healthcare services and community benefits.
Burke Rehabilitation’s intensive comprehensive aphasia program can help participants make substantial language gains months or even years post-diagnosis.
The Discharge Lounge enhances patient experience and alleviates flow challenges, while follow-up phone calls made by discharge coordinators encourage patient comfort and help prevent unnecessary hospital readmissions.
Catholic Health has made addressing food insecurity in the community a top priority, leveraging partnerships with community-based organizations to provide individuals with short- and sustainable long-term resources.