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About the ACN
At NewYork-Presbyterian, we have a long-standing commitment to understanding the healthcare needs of the communities we serve and adapting our programs to meet those needs. Our ultimate goal is to reduce and ultimately erase, health disparities by linking our neighbors with the world’s best healthcare services.
We leverage hospital and community resources to reduce health disparities through innovative population health initiatives, care provider training, scholarship, and research. These initiatives are collaboratively developed, implemented, evaluated, and sustained. By combining our skills and resources with the energy, immense talents, and resources of our community partners, we achieve these goals. These partnerships support initiatives that
- empower individuals and families to promote health and wellness;
- better navigate local systems of care and local resources;
- improve school readiness and academic achievement; and
- ultimately, enhance the quality of life.
Community Programs and Services
NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia Receives $4.5 Million CMS Grant to Link Clinical and Community Services in New York
NewYork-Presbyterian, in collaboration with Columbia University Medical Center, has received a grant of $4.5 million over five years from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to participate in the newly launched Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Model, an innovative program designed to test various approaches to integrating medical care and community services. The goal of the AHC Model is to improve health outcomes and reduce the total cost of care among Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries.
Former Yankee captain Derek Jeter surprises children with gifts and the big guy himself Former Yankee captain Derek Jeter surprises children with gifts and the big guy himself
Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter surprised more than 400 children from across the five boroughs when he stopped into two events as part of his Turn 2 Foundation’s annual Holiday Express.