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Working to preserve and improve health and human services in rural New York State.


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The mission of the New York State Association of Rural Health (NYSARH) is to improve the health and well-being of rural New Yorkers and their communities

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The Voice Of Rural Health

NYSARH functions as the “voice for rural health.” It is a statewide organization advocating for the health of rural New Yorkers. NYSARH advocates at the national and state levels on behalf of its membership.

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Featured News

The Northern Border Region Technical Assistance Center (NBR-TAC) Webinar Series: Preparing for and Delivering Value-Based Care in Rural Communities

The Northern Border Region Technical Assistance Center (NBR-TAC) is pleased to present a four-part webinar series on the journey to Value-Based Care (VBC) for rural hospitals and primary care providers/facilities (FQHC’s/RHC’s) interested in learning more about operating in a value-based care environment. This webinar series will feature four (4) one-hour

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Gillibrand Announces Over $130 Million In Federal Funding

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand secured over $130 million in federal funding to help assist and revitalize New York’s health care system. The announcement was made during a video press conference.  $42.3 million in federal funding specifically for maternal health. This funding will be used to support maternal health care services and

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State of Obesity 2022: Better Policies for a Healthier America

  Trust for America’s Health’s (TFAH) 19th annual report on the nation’s obesity crisis found that 19 states have obesity rates over 35 percent, up from 16 states in 2021, and that social and economic factors are key drivers of increasing obesity rates. The report includes data by race, age,

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