On August 19, the Schuyler Center presented a webinar with representatives from the New York State Department of Health to explain the Maternal and Infant Community Health Collaboratives (MICHC) program. These collaboratives are designed to maximize resources, support innovation and build the evidence base for public health outcomes for high-need women and infants. The webinar…
On behalf of Medicaid Matters NY, Schuyler Center hosted a webinar on the DSRIP. Check it out to get the latest DSRIP, community engagement and meaningful community needs assessments. View the webinar here.
See Kate Breslin’s ‘President’s Corner’ message–It is time to treat children in the justice system as children
It is time for New York to raise the age of criminal responsibility and stop using our corrections institutions as a holding pen for people who have mental illness. Read Kate Breslin’s ‘President’s Corner’ message.
Webinar – Home Visiting Financing: Practical Applications from the Blending and Braiding Toolkit now available
The toolkit, Blending and Braiding for Early Childhood Home Visiting in New York, helps home visiting programs learn new ways to bring funding streams together to support programming. The toolkit can be used to understand key funding streams, how to access those streams and the appropriate uses and limitations of the funding streams. During this…
Patient confidentiality is a cornerstone of health care but what is less understood is how insurance companies protect patient confidentiality in their communications with policy holders and members. Schuyler Center is working with Raising Women’s Voices, Family Planning Advocates of NY, New York Civil Liberties Union, Department of Financial Services, and other stakeholders to identify…
Schuyler Center co-hosted the Health Care for All New York (HCFANY) Children, Youth and Families Task Force Spring meeting in Albany on May 28th. Judy Arnold, from the New York State Department of Health, was presented with the first Children’s Health Champion Award. Read more on the event here.
New York State is not doing enough to take advantage of proven strategies for preventing tooth decay. Read Kate Breslin’s President’s Corner, taken from her guest blog from the Children’s Dental Health Project blog on May 28, 2014.
Are you wondering why everyone is talking about something called ‘DSRIP’ but really don’t know what that means? See Schuyler Center’s Overview of New York’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP) for an introduction.
Schuyler Center, with our Ready for Kindergarten, Ready for College partners has reviewed the new Pre-K budget language. Please see the key elements of this new program here. The New York State Education Department has also posted an overview, available at http://www.regents.nysed.gov/meetings/2014/April2014/UPK42814.pdf Audio of Pre-K Elements Conference Call May 8, 2014:
Family Assessment Response (FAR), an alternative to an investigative response to low- and moderate-risk reports to the Statewide Central Register for child abuse and neglect, is now in 24 counties throughout New York State. See our new fact sheet.