With the advent of the Essential Plan – a basic health insurance plan for lower-income people – more immigrants have an affordable option for health insurance, advocates said during a Jan. 13 webinar.
The Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning celebrates and applauds the Rochester City Council for passing a historic and precedent setting lead based paint poisoning prevention ordinance 10 years ago.
FLHSA's Chief Operating Officer Christopher Hilderbrant was selected for a Rochester Business Journal Forty Under 40 Award, which honors professionals younger than 40 who demonstrate leadership in the workplace and community.
The NY eHealth Collaborative honored Dr. Thomas Mahoney with a PATH Award at its New York City gala Nov. 18. The award, which honors achievements in health information technology.
Click on this interactive Google map for the names and locations of primary care practices that have participated in the practice transformation initiative funded by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation.
Over the past five years, hypertension control for adults in Monroe County has improved 13.7 percent — an increase of more than 8 percentage points, according to clinical data collected by the High Blood Pressure Collaborative.
In 2015, the Cleveland Plain Dealer held up Rochester's proactive approach to preventing lead poisoning as a model for their city.
The American Hospital Association honored Rochester’s Blood Pressure Advocate Program with its NOVA Award for improving community health during its leadership summit in San Francisco.
Healthi Kids brings "Playworks" training to cafeteria staff to help build a healthier lunchroom environment for city students.
Ronald Secor was so compromised from pulmonary fibrosis he was slowly suffocating. Then he started working with Kathleen Hoven, a new type of medical professional called a care manager.
So much of medicine in the last century has been focused on technological miracles. But as this video reveals, treating many of today’s chronic illnesses calls for old fashioned human caring and professional support.
Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency and the New York eHealth Collaborative have been awarded $48.5 million over four years to help medical practices in our region and around the state transition to team-based, data-informed care.