By El Mansour Bettahar Nobody plans to get sick or injured, but sometimes it’s unavoidable. Ten years ago, I got into an accident at my construction job.
Medical supplies are an essential component of healthcare and the life of many people.
Technological advances have had a profound impact on healthcare, both in terms of how care is delivered and in terms of patient outcomes.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Health + Hospitals President and CEO Dr. Mitchell Katz today announced ‘Housing for Health’.
Approximately 30,000 NYSNA nurses have union contracts expiring on December 31, 2022, or in early 2023.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today signed historic legislation to protect access to safe and affordable abortions in New York City.
Every day, thousands of Harlemites and New Yorkers live on the streets and subways with a lack of access to medical care, including mental health or substance abuse services.
ARTHOUSE.NYC presents The Hero Art-ProjectT, portraits to honor healthcare heroes from around the world who have lost their lives while fighting COVID-19 while selflessly saving the lives of thousands of their fellow citizens.
The Mayor’s Public Engagement Unit (PEU) and NYC Health + Hospitals hosted a “Healthcare Week of Action” last week to connect New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis.
32BJ SEIU, one of New York’s largest private-sector unions, rallied today to remind 32BJ Health Fund participants that New York-Presbyterian will go out of network on January 1, 2022.
EmblemHealth, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health insurers, released its findings today in a national survey of what Value-Based Care means to patients and consumers.
By Jerrod Delaine All housing has been affected by the COVID-19 Global Health pandemic, with New York being the epicenter of how it can spread and bring a city to a complete stop.
The Senate Democratic Majority today advanced legislation to close the racial disparities gap in healthcare, building on the conference’s continued work to protect the healthcare rights of all New Yorkers.
As researchers continue to discover how climate change can affect everything from consumers’ health to the financial markets,
Healthcare advocates and community outreach workers are deeply concerned about dire consequences for persons affected by a breast cancer diagnosis if the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA) is dismantled.