The latest news from NYHealth.
Food-Insecure New Yorkers Twice as Likely to Have Unsatisfactory Health
New survey finds New Yorkers experiencing food insecurity have worse health, skip medical care to afford food
More high-poverty schools tap into federal policies to serve free meals
Read an article in K-12 Dive calling for universal school meals in the United States, featuring an NYHealth-funded campaign.
NYHealth Testimony on New York City Veterans’ Health Needs
NYHealth President and CEO David Sandman provided testimony on the health and related needs of New York City veterans to a New York City Council Committee hearing.
Stigma blocks some New York veterans from asking for housing help
NYHealth Senior Program Officer Derek Coy highlights the causes related to homelessness in New York State’s veteran population in an interview with Spectrum News.
Broken: New York’s health system is in crisis. Tell us how it impacts you
Read an article in Democrat & Chronicle on health care staffing shortages, medical debt, and patient complaints inside New York State's health system, citing an NYHealth-funded brief on medical debt.
NY Works to Improve Women’s Health
Read an article in Public News Service on how New York State is taking steps to improve women's health, quoting NYHealth Program Officer Ali Foti.
Keeping New York Covered
NYHealth President and CEO David Sandman highlights the steps that State government; networks of Navigators and facilitated enrollers; advocates; and philanthropic partners are taking to preserve recent gains in health insurance coverage.