Press Release: The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) recently announced the launch of their statewide campaign “We Can’t Lose Anyone Else“, a bi-lingual campaign to inform and educate about opioid addiction and the resources that are available to help those in need. OASAS created three videos that will air […]
In October, more than seventy medical professionals gathered at the event center at Tioga Downs in Nichols, New York to listen to talks centered around Palliative Care. Participants represented a broad range of disciplines including registered nurses, physicians, social workers, CEOs, hospice care coordinators, home health aides, and more. Geographically, the group came from many […]
The American Cancer Society is celebrating the 43rd Annual Great American Smokeout (GASO) to encourage people to take action that day towards a smoke-free life for themselves or in support of family or friends in quitting. Quitting smoking isn’t easy and takes time and a plan. Let November 15th be the day to start the […]
Our November 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 November eNewsletter.
Launched in 2015, the Innovation Fund program was developed to support partner organizations in the development or expansion of programs that support the transformation of healthcare delivery, and improve patient outcomes and the overall experience for the Medicaid population within our 9-county region. Going into our 4th round of the Innovation Fund program, Care Compass […]
Care Compass Network’s Project 3bi – Cardiovascular Disease Management and Project 4bii – Chronic Disease Management/ Prevention COPD both work to improve disease management for patients through self-management. The projects are interconnected in a number of ways as patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have a higher incidence of and mortality from cardiovascular disease. […]