MHAST’s Mobile Crisis Team provides the local community with on-demand services for individuals experience a behavioral health crisis. Launched in 2016 to provide support for all Broome County Law Enforcement agencies, service providers, and individuals, Mobile Crisis Services is designed to help de-escalate crisis situations on-side, and help avoid the traumatic and often unnecessary transport […]
Cortland County was the only community in New York State to win the award, and one of only 16 communities across the country to win. On July 30th a Community Meeting will be held to begin discussions on different opportunities that are available to use local food initiatives to strengthen the Cortland area, foster economic […]
People in need of care for minor illnesses can now be seen quickly and affordably, without an appointment, at any time or place thanks to telemedicine. Care Compass Network partners Lourdes Hospital and Guthrie Clinic have both introduced 24/7 online care, making access to healthcare easier. Using video chat or a phone call, the patient […]
Hospital Readmission of patients after discharge is both prevalent and costly. In an attempt to reduce preventative hospital readmissions, the Care Transitions Project supports patients with self-management care goals after discharge with the assistance of a specially trained Health Coach. This project, one of the eleven by Care Compass Network (CCN), has been implemented throughout […]
Press Release: On July 6th, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced 12 projects that will be funded under the Empire State Poverty Reduction Initiative (ESPRI) in Binghamton. These projects are a direct result of ESPRI, the Governor’s $25 million initiative to help 16 communities develop locally-driven strategies to reduce poverty and increase economic opportunity for all New […]
Our July eNewsletter is now available. Read about Care Compass news and updates, DSRIP projects, upcoming events, employment opportunities, as well as updates on NYS Department of Health as it relates to DSRIP. Click here to view the July eNewsletter.