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The recent passing of a 9/11 survivor is an important reminder of the need for health care outreach and discussion

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New York's Bellevue Hospital Center to join Emory University and University of Nebraska Medical Center in collaboration with federal agencies.

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Three association members were among nine groups of grantees that will receive funding to sustain preparedness for treating patients with Ebola and other highly infectious diseases.

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The second installment in this series, essential hospitals share strategies for overcoming cost, culture, and communication issues.

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Essential hospitals share strategies for overcoming siloes between behavioral health and physical health care.

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HHC has worked with the Afya Foundation since 2008 to donate used and unused medical supplies and equipment to countries struck by natural disaster.

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CMS announced a second batch of prospective recipients for Health Care Innovation Awards (round 2). The 27 new recipients include four members of America’s Essential Hospitals. Awards will be used to reduce costs and improve care delivery models for Medicare, Medicaid, and CHIP patients.

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HHS announced recipients of Health Care Innovation Awards and a call for applications for the State Innovation Models Initiative. These programs were created through the Affordable Care Act to give stakeholders and states tools and flexibility to transform health care delivery system models.

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HHC connects resources to high-risk youth in many settings—from the ED to the basketball court

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In 2007, HHC took significant steps to increase breastfeeding by prohibiting distribution of formula samples. However, the system took its commitment one step further when it joined the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Latch On NYC initiative, which asks maternity hospitals to voluntarily adopt four specific breastfeeding practices.

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