Blueprint, Fall-Winter 2014
The major reforms in New York's health care system are very much grounded in the State's $50 billion Medicaid program, which is leading the way in restructuring the delivery of services to ensure that care is both high quality and cost effective. Informing many of those reforms: the work of the Fund's Medicaid Institute, which has documented the challenges and explored options for improving the program, with a special focus on Medicaid's most complex, high-need, high-cost beneficiaries. This issue's cover story provides an overview of that valuable work, and a look ahead at expectations for the coming year. Plus: Jim Tallon considers the relationship between how health reforms are perceived and their long-term success; we look at the challenges of providing healthier meals for seniors with diabetes; insights from our research symposium on "incentivizing" healthier behaviors; fighting "superbugs" through a new Fund/GNYHA partnership; and more.
Print publication, published three times a year, on Fund initiatives, grants, and other news
Brief bimonthly electronic publication on recent Fund research, news, and publications
Publication on hospital finance and utilization issues. (The newsletter's final issue was published in November 2011.)
Brief quarterly electronic publication on developments in the Next Step in Care campaign
Brief quarterly electronic publication on enhancements to the NORC Blueprint website