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Explore the role of patient perspectives and voices in efforts to improve care quality and decrease medical overuse. Part 3 of a three-part Value Champion series.view more »
Essential hospitals serving complex patients can use the actionable information in this guide to replicate and implement NYC H+H’s process.view more »
New CDC guidance offers best practices to safely venture outside and begin to resume daily activities amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as information on using telehealth to expand access. CMS releases recommendations for non-emergent care in areas that are in Phase II of recovery.view more »
Learn how NYC Health + Hospitals used organizational values to improve service, and gain tools for improving patient experience metrics through data-driven decisions.view more »
The program integrates clinical pharmacists and teleretinal screenings into routine primary care, in addition to using peer mentorship and a mobile app for diabetes management.view more »
Hear how two essential hospitals launched initiatives to meet the needs of LGBTQ patients and improve care for patients with limited English proficiency.view more »
In a May 17 Capitol Hill briefing, leaders from NYC Health + Hospitals, East Alabama Medical Center, and Eskenazi Health shared how disproportionate share hospital funding sustains their hospitals.view more »
Reducing preventable readmissions, which often are related to behavioral health conditions, with appropriate and timely care is of paramount concern to the members of Premier and America’s Essential Hospitals.view more »
Front-line staff engagement, patient empowerment, and collaboration were key themes in our VITAL2018 sessions focused on innovation and adaptation.view more »
Helping Healers Heal promotes peer support in the face of adverse patient events among health care providers at essential hospitals.view more »
Researchers at New York University School of Medicine and NYC Health + Hospitals outline a lower-cost method that providers serving vulnerable populations could use to better identify and manage care for their highest needs patients.view more »
The Gage Awards honor creative and successful programs at essential hospitals that enhance patient care and meet community needs.view more »
Under the “Better Way to Live” program, 62 “alternative level of care” patients have been successfully transitioned to a post–acute care facility.view more »
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