2013 Annual Report

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Interprofessional Care Coordination: Looking to the Future
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    When you think about great places to grow old and retire, New York City doesn’t immediately spring to mind. It’s outrageously expensive. It can be particularly dangerous for the elderly: Being struck by a vehicle is the second leading cause of injury-related death for seniors.

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    Politico Magazine features the Academy’s Age-friendly NYC initiative in “What Works,” a year-long series featuring innovative ideas—and how they spread—from cities across the United States at a time of unprecedented urban reinvention.

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    The New York Academy of Medicine is pleased to release a report of highlights and proposed next steps following last October's Population Health Summit II, which explored how changes in New York State’s health care payment systems and other financing mechanisms might best support efforts to improve population health, i.e., the health of entire communities.

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    The Recipes Project interviews Anne Garner, Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts in the Center for the History of Medicine and Public Health at The New York Academy of Medicine, about the Center's historical recipe book collections and upcoming programming related to food.

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NYAM's 20th Annual Gala: Healthy Cities, Healthy World

NYAM's 20th Annual Gala video shows how we build on our legacy and its lessons to tackle some of today's most challenging health problems.

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