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The Big Picture

The Big Picture

BPHC believes that getting the care right means integrating our healthcare delivery system: coordinating a range of healthcare and social services so that patients receive the right care when they need it. Our strategy for realizing this vision relies on a strong foundation in primary care and well-coordinated community-based services. […]

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PPS-Wide Policies and Procedures Finalized and Approved

PPS-Wide Policies and Procedures Finalized and Approved

As the Bronx Partners for Healthy Communities PPS begins implementing our ten DSRIP projects, our PPS will need the structure of a core set of guidelines governing our PPS. The Central Services Organization (CSO) has created a detailed set of Policies and Procedures to govern key activities for the BPHC […]

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same. Breast […]

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Health People Hosting “Decarceration and DSRIP” Forum on 10/2

Health People Hosting “Decarceration and DSRIP” Forum on 10/2

Health People: Community Preventive Health Institute will hold a groundbreaking forum on Friday, October 2 to highlight using New York’s  unprecedented $8 billion federally-supported health reform  initiative to  build better health, jobs and supportive communities for the justice- involved and re-entry populations.  The forum “Beyond Health Reform…Beyond Re-Entry” which is […]

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Community Engagement Work Groups Result from Discussion Sessions

Community Engagement Work Groups Result from Discussion Sessions

PPS members recently convened in a total of 6 discussion sessions throughout July and August to explore the role of community-based services in our DSRIP projects. A total of 47 individuals, representing 39 different organizations, discussed approaches to improving care coordination and integrating social and healthcare services. Two work groups […]

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