ACCESS Health India Supports Government of Assam on Health Financing Systems

ACCESS Health India participated in the launch of a new partnership led by USAID and the Government of Assam to strengthen the public financial management system under the National Health Mission. The effort is one of three priority areas in a new agreement between the United States development agency and the Government of Assam that…

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ACCESS Health Helps Launch Bone Alliance Singapore

Poor bone health affects 200 million older individuals globally and can lead to chronic pain, injury, disability, and premature death. In Singapore the number of hip fractures has been climbing steadily to one of the highest age adjusted rates in Asia. ACCESS Health Singapore is driving a new bone health initiative as secretariat of the…

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Finn Partners Talks to William A. Haseltine About NYU Langone Health

The Managing Partner for Health at the global public relations agency Finn Partners recently interviewed ACCESS Health Chair and President William A. Haseltine about his recent book, World Class: A Story of Adversity, Transformation, and Success at NYU Langone Health. Watch an excerpt from that conversation below.  

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ACCESS Health Board Member K. Ranga Rama Krishnan To Become CEO of Rush University System for Health

ACCESS Health Board member K. Ranga Krishnan will assume leadership of the Rush University System for health when the current CEO, Larry Goodman,MD, retires later this year. Please read more about the new appointment and K. Ranga Krishnan’s background below, in a piece that was originally posted on the Rush website. K. Ranga Rama Krishnan,…

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EMS World Features Every Second Counts

EMS World is a US based magazine focused on clinical care, systems operation, funding, research and other aspects of the prehospital emergency care profession. This month, the EMS Around the World column featured an excerpt from William A. Haseltine's 2019 book Every Second Counts: Saving Lives With India's Emergency Response System (Brookings Institution Press). Read the piece on the…

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ACCESS Health Provides Health Financing Expertise in Myanmar

ACCESS Health has been engaged by the City Cancer Challenge to support the delivery of health financing projects in Yangon, Myanmar. The City Cancer Challenge is a collective movement of cities delivering quality, equitable, and sustainable cancer treatment solutions, supported by a network of global and local partners. Our work is part of the City Health Financing…

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Health Futures Program Expands Efforts of Global Industry Leaders

The Health Futures China program recently supported two major global organizations, helping them expand and grow healthcare related opportunities in China. In March, Health Futures China helped the world’s largest medical device company, Medtronic, launch a groundbreaking new program on value based healthcare. The program creates an innovative business and payment model based on the…

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ACCESS Health Helping State Governments in India Implement New National Public Health Insurance Program

The ACCESS Health team in India is working closely with local state governments in India to help implement India's ambitious new national health insurance program, Ayushman Bharat. ACCESS Health India is playing a critical role in providing technical support to build the institutional capacity of the state governments in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Odisha to…

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Brookings Institution Hosts A Conversation with ACCESS Health Chair and President

The University of Southern California – Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy hosted ACCESS Health Chair and President William A. Haseltine for a discussion on his latest book, World Class: A Story of Adversity, Transformation, and Success at NYU Langone Health. Dr. Haseltine outlined the levers of change that NYU Langone applied while transforming itself…

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High Quality Care Can Lower U.S. Healthcare costs: A case study from Brooklyn

This article was originally published by STAT News First Opinion. After two decades spent working as a cancer and HIV/AIDS researcher at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School and another 12 years heading a biotech company, I started a foundation in 2007 to identify and write about best practices in global health care,…

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