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Strengthening communities, empowering individuals, transforming health care.

Adirondack Health Institute is an independent, non-profit organization supporting hospitals, physician practices, behavioral health providers, community-based organizations, patients and others in our region to transform health care and improve population health.

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EASE at Warren County Head Start Parents Night

January 31 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

AHI NEWS

Save the Date: 2019 AHI Leadership Summit, September 19 in Lake Placid

The 2019 AHI Leadership Summit has been scheduled for Thursday, September 19, at the Lake Placid Conference Center. This annual event typically draws more than 200 health care stakeholders from AHI’s nine-county service region and beyond. The theme for this year’s event is health care innovation and transformation. Stay tuned for more details to come. In the meantime, visit AHI Leadership Summit for a recap of last year’s conference and to watch our event video.

AHI Helps Client with Pre-Existing Condition Enroll in Affordable Health Insurance Plan

John Ross of Lake George recently sent a letter of gratitude to AHI for helping him enroll in an affordable health insurance plan. Here is his message:

After being let go very fast from my former employer, I ran into a problem affording COBRA. Luckily I knew to talk with (Enrollment Specialist) Kathleen Dorvee at AHI and she showed me better options for my care. Working with Kathleen, we ran into a ton of problems registering me on the network and seeing my options. It was important to get the care I needed because I have a pre-existing condition and my previous employer failed to provide me with adequate options for care. Thank you AHI for coming through for me!

AHI’s Evansky Featured in Opioid Epidemic Webinar

AHI Project Manager Rebecca Evansky was a featured speaker in a webinar, Rural Networks: Making a Difference in the Opioid Epidemic, recorded on National Rural Health Day, November 15. Facilitated by Karen Madden of the New York State Office of Rural Health, the webinar showcases how small rural networks are innovating and collaborating with their communities to address the opioid crisis.

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