Why the New York State Health Foundation Is Going Bigger on Diabetes Prevention

The New York State Health Foundation has been ramping up its diabetes prevention funding and supporting diabetes prevention efforts across the country. To kick off the new expansion, NYSHealth awarded grants totaling over $400,000 to 25 organizations across the state of New York.
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New York’s Rural Areas Get Top Health Funder’s Attention

The New York State Health Foundation recently awarded $100,000 to the Hudson Headwaters Health Network, which is the largest federally qualified health center in the state. The foundation awarded five other grants to similar medical networks to help community health centers meet the needs of their primary care services.
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New York State Health Foundation Chips Away Diabetes Costs

The state of New York spends an estimated $12.9 billion each year on diabetes-related costs. Little by little, the New York State Health Foundation is trying to chip away at that staggering figure. As part of the foundation's "Meeting the Mark: Achieving Excellence in Diabetes Care" project, it recently awarded $97,500 to the Institute of Family Health.  

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