good morning. Welcome to the New York Health Care Newsletter on Monday. Here’s an update on this week’s health care news and a look back at last week’s important news.
New York As of Friday, New York City had reported 461 cases of monkeypox, according to the city’s health department, which represents more than 30% of the CDC’s recorded cases.
Governor Kathy Hochul On Friday, the state and city said more than 28,000 doses had been inoculated, with another 32,785 vaccines arriving this week. “In many cases, this means that you may not get a second dose by the 28-day dosing interval, as indicated on the FDA prescribing label. We will,” said the ministry. “Despite the delay, this should not affect the immune response to a second dose.” More people can get some degree of protection because they are struggling with their efforts.
… starting this week, Abortion providers in New York can apply for $15 million. The state has set aside Tier 2 awards from the Abortion Provider Assistance Fund. Law vs WadeHochul announced the launch of its second round of applications last week.
state health officialsannounced the Phase 1 winners and prize amounts in late June. The State Department of Health awarded her $10 million in Phase 1 to organizations funded under the Comprehensive Family Planning Program and providing medical or surgical abortions in the past 12 months.
Funding for Phase 2 will be available To a broader group of organizations with experience in providing medical and/or surgical abortion services.
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Abortion Protection — Julian Shen-Berro of POLITICO: The city council has adopted new protections and increased resources for locals and out-of-state people seeking abortions in the city. The New York City Abortion Rights Act strengthens educational campaigns for local reproductive health resources, reduces the cost of abortion drug seekers at some city clinics, and encourages city agencies to use resources to provide abortions. restraining persons or providing information about them outside of state. Entity, Council Chair Adrian Adams said. It also allows defendants sued for reproductive health services in New York to counterclaim.
…Adams praised the Council Note that for the first time in history, the majority of members are women, in order to protect “fundamental human rights”.
No change — Shannon Young of POLITICO: Hochul said he has no plans to change the administration’s approach to Covid-19, even though the new Omicron variant has increased cases in New York City and other parts of the state. The governor said the newer, more contagious variants known as BA.4 and BA.5 are “extremely out there” and are contributing to the rise in infections, which are still leading to rising Covid hospitalization rates. He said it didn’t look like it.
Hochul encouraged all eligible New Yorkers Got vaccinated and boosted against Covid and recommended wearing a mask in certain settings. However, she declined to announce any new assignments or suggest that new assignments were being considered. — we always reserve the right to do so,” Ho-chul, who is set to mature in November, told reporters at a briefing in Manhattan.
In other news:
— Make a round: Prashant Sinha has been appointed Chief of Surgery at Staten Island University Hospital.
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Now we know— The Associated Press explains the role gestational age plays in abortion law.
Tip of the day — The FDA has released educational resources to help parents and caregivers use imported infant formula.
study this— from Daniel Payne, POLITICO: Global childhood immunization continues to decline throughout the pandemic, with the lowest coverage in 30 years, according to a new WHO and UNICEF report.
Kaiser Health News reports that “infections are only getting stronger as big pharma loses interest in new antibiotics.”
From the Houston Chronicle: “The Texas Medical Association (TMA) has reported an increase in cases in states where medical professionals are against providing care to women with severe pregnancy complications for fear of violating the state’s abortion ban. It is alarming that they believe that
Insurance company And courts are wrestling with “when and how to pay for wilderness therapy,” STAT reports.
“Nearly four years A woman finds herself embroiled in ongoing litigation over her decision to terminate an unwanted pregnancy with abortion pills obtained at a Phoenix clinic,” reports ProPublica.
new york magazineA profile of Brooklyn Democratic Party boss Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn and why she’s “taking a step back — for the happiest reasons.”
Loose Leader of POLITICO: Opponents of abortion rights are looking to the next phase of their campaign to stop people from terminating pregnancies, targeting ads for abortion services.
Republicans knew their minutesLaw vs Wade POLITICO’s David Siders, Adam Wren and Megan Messerly reported that they had political problems, especially with suburban moderates who needed to vote for Republican candidates in the midterm elections. overturned. The unfolding story of her 10-year-old rape victim who crossed the state line from Ohio for an abortion in Indiana confirms just how damaging this issue can be.
Joseph Spector of POLITICO State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli reported Friday that overtime hours in the state government hit a record high last year, while the number of state employees continues to decline.
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