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Interprofessional Care Coordination: Looking to the Future
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The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) awarded NYAM’s Center for Evaluation and Applied Research (CEAR) a $197,673 grant for innovative research focused on promoting informed public health decision-making.
New financial incentives and penalties in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) designed to optimize health care system performance are proving difficult to manage, but they are also providing new opportunities for leaders to foster collaboration between acute and post-acute health care providers.
The New York Academy of Medicine released a report this week outlining recommendations on how communities across the city can become better prepared to help senior citizens in the event of an emergency, including weather disasters such as Superstorm Sandy.
To honor the legacy of Margaret E. Mahoney, and her commitment to addressing the health care and developmental needs of vulnerable populations, especially children, a new fellowship program has been created for health professional and health policy students, focused on transforming health care delivery systems for vulnerable urban populations as well as early childhood health and development.
The online application access problem has been fixed. The deadline for submitting applications has been extended to Friday, April 12 at 5pm. All application materials must be submitted online. (Updated Thursday, April 4, 10am)
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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.
|Teaching Evidence Assimilation for Collaborative Healthcare|
|08/11/14||The 2014 Margaret E. Mahoney Fellowship Program|
|09/04/14||2014 Medical Student Forum|
|09/10/14||Ten Distinguishing Features of Health Communication in the 21st Century: An Evening with the Author of "Health Communication: From Theory to Practice"|
|09/18/14||Generic: The Unbranding of Modern Medicine|