GNYHA

AcronymDefinition
GNYHAGreater New York Hospital Association
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Through this agreement, GNYHA Services 300+ hospital members have the opportunity to participate in the following OpenMarkets programs at a discounted rate:
GNYHA takes the position that the very notion of caps is controversial--as indeed it is--and suggests that that controversy has been identified as the reason there has been no meaningful reform in the state.
The AAMC and GNYHA are urging Congress to act soon and prevent these cuts.
In these data, most hospitals report more NICU beds than in the GNYHA data and many report no intermediate care beds.
Raske, president of the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA), who also testified before the joint committee, "While there are very positive elements of the executive budget--including the avoidance of beneficiary cuts, the expansion of Child Health Plus to uninsured children in families up to 400 percent of the federal poverty level, and much-welcomed simplification of the Medicaid re-certification process (something GNYHA has supported for many years)--this is a uniquely perilous time for New York's health care system, and with great dismay, $1 billion in payment cuts have again been proposed for the hospital and nursing home sectors.
The setting: a symposium co-sponsored by the GNYHA and the Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale, a leading New York city-based long-term care facility.
With this disastrous bill now before the Senate, GNYHA and our member hospitals are very grateful to Senator Gillibrand for her strong public opposition to it, and for urging her fellow Senators to reject it.
The company has signed the agreement with Innovatix LLC, a non-acute care group purchasing company co-owned by subsidiaries of GNYHA Ventures and Premier Inc (NasdaqGS:PINC).
a leading provider of technology enabled clinical documentation services, announced today that it has been awarded a transcription services agreement by GNYHA Services, one of the largest acute care group purchasing organizations in the northeast.
That alone gives the health care workers' union, GNYHA, and HANYS considerable power.