Health Sector Resources
View materials and the live stream recording of the program, "The Mainstreaming of Mental Health: Grappling with City, State and Federal Developments Poised to Dramatically Alter Behavioral Health Programs."
1/22/2015 - What’s Next on the Healthcare Horizon? Five Big Trends Affecting Philanthropy - Live stream Recording
View the live stream recording of the program, "What’s Next on the Healthcare Horizon? Five Big Trends Affecting Philanthropy."
1/12/2015 - Ebola: Philanthropy’s Multidimensional Approach to Healthcare Amidst Crisis - Live stream recording and Links
View the resources and live stream recording of the program, "Ebola: Philanthropy’s Multidimensional Approach to Healthcare Amidst Crisis."
View a recording of the webinar, "How Philanthropy Can Act to Stop the Ebola Crisis."
View articles and the PowerPoint Presentations presented during the program The Rollback on Reproductive Rights and Justice.
View PowerPoint presentations presented during the program "Healthcare Reform Update: Are Your Populations Getting Covered?"
School-based Health Centers in New York State: Ensuring Sustainability & Establishing Opportunities for Growth
In this NYSHealth-supported report, the Children’s Defense Fund identifies ways to sustain New York State’s school-based health centers (SBHCs), while also achieving the goals of the Medicaid Redesign initiative, to serve New York’s most at-risk children.
In a patient-centered medical home (PCMH), clinicians work together in a team to provide patients with coordinated, comprehensive, and continuous care.
New State-by-State Analysis: States Rejecting Medicaid Expansion Under the Affordable Care Act Are Costing Their Taxpayers Billions
The 20 states choosing not to expand their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act are forgoing billions of dollars in federal funds, while residents in their states are contributing to the cost of the expansions in other states, according to a new Commonwealth Fund study.
In this GrantCraft guide, grantmakers and grantees describe the experience of using a "gender lens" in their work. They explain what gender analysis is and isn't - and why it can help shape more effective programs and organizations. The guide also takes a closer look at how gender analysis has led to new thinking in fields as diverse as public health, international development, juvenile justice, and youth services. And it offers additional insights and special advice on issues ranging from "What about Men and Boys" to "Uncovering Gender Assumptions."