POPULATION HEALTH COORDINATOR - DELAWARE COUNTY
Population Health Coordinator, Delaware County
Challenging position representing a regional population health project in Delaware County, NY.
Required: BA in public health, public administration, planning, human services, or a related field; strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience in health care, human services and/or access to health care needs a plus.
Position is full-time with benefits.
To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com or mail to: Search Committee, Rural Health Network of SCNY, PO Box 416, Whitney Point, NY 13862 by February 20, 2017.
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Rural Broome Counts
Click the photo to go to the Rural Broome Counts web page.
Rural Broome Counts (RBC) is a needs-assets assessment project that takes a deeper look at the 11 rural townships in Broome County (townships with 200 people per square mile or less). RBC completed its initial assessment, and has released a full report for use by all stakeholders. RBC will be updated every three years so that we can track rural Broome County’s status and provide information for other planning efforts such as the Broome County Community Health Assessment, Aging Services Plan, Coordinated Transportation Plan, and others.
2015 Regional Summer Food System Assessment
Food and Health Network of SCNY has finalized the 2015 Regional Summer Food Service Program Assessment.
To view the full assessment, click the image below. For the condensed version, click Executive Summary.
New York State of Health
The third open-enrollment period to select a health insurance plan for 2016 ended on January 31, 2016. During this time, residents of New York State were able to enroll in a health insurance plan, switch plans, or apply for cost assistance.
REMEMBER, if you missed open enrollment you will not be able to sign up until the next open enrollment period (except in limited Special Enrollment cases).
Uninsured Americans (for 2016) will be penalized $695 per person or 2.5% of their household income, whichever is higher. Households will be penalized for uninsured children (under age 18) at half the adult rate ($347.50). The maximum dollar amount an uninsured family can be penalized is $2,085.
Why Mobility is a Foundation of Rural Health
Why mobility is a
foundation of Rural Health: The term mobility is
defined as “the ability to move or be moved freely and easily” (source: English
Oxford Living Dictionaries). Most ...
Posted Feb 17, 2017, 6:27 AM by Josie Maroney
Rural Health Week of Action
Rural Health Week of
Rural Health Week of Action, the Rural Health Network of SCNY is working with
community partners to remind people that the NYSOH Marketplace is ...
Posted Dec 13, 2016, 12:17 PM by Josie Maroney
Sound Rural Housing: A Condition for Safety and Health
Sound Rural Housing: A Condition for Safety and HealthMany years ago I learned some basics about rural housing from Richard L’Hommedieu, who, at the time, was Director of ...
Posted Oct 12, 2016, 5:27 AM by Josie Maroney
Regional Collaborative Food, Health, and Mobility Projects:
Rural Health Network of South Central New York, Inc.
P.O. Box 416, 2663 Main Street, Whitney Point, NY 13862
(607)-692-7669 or toll-free at (888)-603-5973
Page last updated: December 21, 2016