NY gives $21.5 million to hospitals, health systems to explore overhauls and cut costs

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ALBANY, New York — New York's health department has awarded more than $21.5 million in grants to 43 hospitals, medical centers and health systems to explore redesigning their approaches to patient care to reduce avoidable hospital use and costs.

The funds followed a federal agreement in April for New York to reinvest $8 billion in Medicaid savings to support hospital overhauls and expand primary medical care over five years.

Grants include $1 million to Nassau University Medical Center, Westchester Medical Center, Erie County Medical Center and Finger Lakes Performing Providers System.

Last month, the department awarded $462 million to help 22 hospitals and five large public hospital systems statewide continue key interim services.


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Grants chart:

https://www.health.ny.gov/health_care/medicaid/redesign/docs/design_grant_app_summary_chart.pdf

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