Horse racing tradition of Saratoga Springs sets the theme Winter temperatures and snowfall did not dampen the spirits of the over 800 Symposium attendees — some of whom donned dapper horse-racing attire — at the the fourth annual New York State DSRIP Learning Symposium, held on February 11-13, 2019, at the Saratoga Springs City Center…

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We are pleased to announce that MHVC’s poster, “Driving Member Outcomes: Community of Care Creates Post-Discharge Care Transition Workflow for Behavioral Health Patients,” was awarded third place — “show” position — by the votes of attendees. MHVC and its partners had five posters in two of the four categories; you can view the complete poster…

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Research Roadmap, Bevan keynote, and posters highlight December 6th event On the evening of December 6th, 2018, the 2018 New York City Research and Improvement Networking Group (NYC RING) Convocation of Practices hosted over 170 attendees, representing over 32 partner organizations in Tarrytown, NY. This year’s 15th anniversary event was a successful collaboration between NYC…

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“What Matters to Us?” and “What Matters to You?” dates set for 2019 Since 2017, MHVC has encouraged partners to be creative with ways they can ask, “What Matters to You?” International WMTY Day 2019 is on June 6, and MHVC and its partners are asked to put on their patient-centered lenses, take out their…

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Podcast first aired in December, available online Damara Gutnick, MD, discusses the world-wide campaign to ask patients, “What Matters to You?” on the podcast “Healthcare Communication: Effective Techniques for Clinicians”, sponsored by the Academy of Communication in Healthcare (ACH) and DocCom, an online communication skills learning platform for physicians and medical students. Dr. Gutnick’s podcast,…

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MHVC Innovation Grant helps spread the message MHVC is sponsoring an exciting contest designed to empower high-school students across the Hudson Valley and the Bronx to spread the message about the harmful effects of e-cigarettes (“vaping”) to their peers. The “It’s Up to You(th)” Public Service Announcement (PSA) contest, coordinated by Student Assistance Services (SAS),…

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