At Healthy Alliance, we lead the way in transforming how health care is delivered, shifting focus from singular medical interventions to a more proactive approach that addresses the whole needs of a person on a much larger scale. By addressing health from all angles, we are cultivating the type of change that improves health and empowers the underserved.

NETWORK NUMBERS

GROWING IN SCOPE AND SCALE

Partner Locations

programs available

counties across New York State

community members connected to services

community members served by network partners

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

TO MEET YOUR NEEDS

People have complex health-related social needs – whether it’s limited access to healthy foods, a safe place to sleep, or warm clothing – requiring streamlined coordination of care between a variety of providers. Our local team works to get you connected to resources that are nearby (healthy food, help with doctor’s appointments, finding a counselor, getting enrolled in an educational program, and more) for free.

With ~1,300 partner locations spanning 25 counties in New York State, we believe everyone should have the same opportunity to be healthy.

COUNTIES SERVED

ACROSS THE CAPITAL REGION, NORTH COUNTRY, AND CENTRAL NEW YORK

Albany, Cayuga, Clinton, Columbia, Cortland, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, St. Lawrence, Warren, and Washington

OVER THE YEARS

SOME MEMORABLE HIGHLIGHTS

2023

Community Care Hub Designation

Healthy Alliance was officially designated as one of just 58 Community Care Hubs in the Country by the Administration for Community Living (ACL).

Published in New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst

Written in collaboration with Stanford University, CEK RN Consulting, and IPH - based on the findings from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant. Read the case study here.

2022

Highlighted as a Model Social Care Network

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New York State's 1115 Waiver Amendment draft called out Healthy Alliance as a model social care network (SCN) - previously referred to as social determinant of health network (SDHN).

2021

Central New York Award

Awarded the RFI from CNYCC to manage the social care network in Central New York. Read more here.

2020

North Country Award

Awarded the Mother Cabrini Grant to manage the social care network in the North Country.

Health Plan Contract | Fidelis Care

A three-pronged partnership between our IPA, IHANY, and Fidelis - providing services to Fidelis Care members, specifically those with at least one chronic health condition who have not had a primary care visit in more than six-months. Read more here.

Covid Collaboration | Smart Thermometers

During the onset of Covid, our team led a collaborative effort to secure and distribute approximately 7,500 smart thermometers to community based organizations (CBOs) and the community members they serve in the Capital District. Read more here.

2019

Health Plan Contract | CDPHP

Focused on CDPHP Medicaid members in the Capital District, working to alleviate issues related to social isolation and transportation.

Our organizations partnered again in the summer of 2020 to identify members who were food insecure to create a tailored meal plan and receive other health services, such as routine screenings and immunizations. Read more here.

Health Plan Contract | MVP Health Care

A groundbreaking partnership that provided ~$800,000 in funding to community-based organizations (CBOs) in the Capital Region. Read more here.

2018

Our IPA is Established

Healthy Alliance's Independent Practice Association (IPA) is one of the first IPAs in the country focused explicitly on social drivers of health.

The Start of Our Partnership with Unite Us

Read more about our beginnings with Unite Us, the technology that powers our social care referral platform, here, and our statewide social care network expansion in 2021, here.

2015

Our Beginning

As one of 25 Performing Provider Systems (PPS) from New York’s DSRIP program, we are deeply familiar with Medicaid Redesign and the importance of keeping the community member at the center of everything we do.

STAY IN THE LOOP

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Performance Consultant Chris and Referral Navigator April had a seriously SWEET time at Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valley's 27th Annual Dessert Spectacular last week! 🍰🧁

It's an honor to celebrate with ILCHV, recognizing all they do to work toward a world in which people with disabilities achieve and enjoy self-determination, economic freedom, and full participation in community life!

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Performance Consultant Chris and Referral Navigator April had a seriously SWEET time at Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valleys 27th Annual Dessert Spectacular last week! 🍰🧁

Its an honor to celebrate with ILCHV, recognizing all they do to work toward a world in which people with disabilities achieve and enjoy self-determination, economic freedom, and full participation in community life!

Hearts and bellies were full. ❀

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2 weeks ago
Healthy Alliance

We're fortunate to have four pretty amazing nurses on our team; appreciation post for this quartet of community heroes!

Michele, Anne, Karen, and Lisa β€” you've made an incredible difference in the lives of thousands of New Yorkers both here at Healthy Alliance and in the field. Your contributions to improving health in so many shapes and forms does not go unnoticed. We're thankful for you and all you have done and continue to do for our communities and those we serve. πŸ’™

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Were fortunate to have four pretty amazing nurses on our team; appreciation post for this quartet of community heroes!

Michele, Anne, Karen, and Lisa β€” youve made an incredible difference in the lives of thousands of New Yorkers both here at Healthy Alliance and in the field. Your contributions to improving health in so many shapes and forms does not go unnoticed. Were thankful for you and all you have done and continue to do for our communities and those we serve. πŸ’™

Proud to have the honor of working with each of you this #NationalNursesWeek β€” and every other week of the year!

#NursesWeek2024 #ThankANurse #HealthyAlliance

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Happy Nurses Week ladies!!!! You are all wonderful ❀️

Thank you!

2 weeks ago
Healthy Alliance

One in five β€” that's how many U.S. adults experience mental health struggles each year.

Ma#mentalhealthawarenessmonthMonth, and it's important to know you're not alone. Mental health struggles come in all shapes and sizes and can be caused by biological factors like our genes, life experiences like trauma, environmental factors like financial stress, or any combination of these.

However you struggle, Healthy Alliance is here to help β€” for free. Get connected by filling out the form at www.healthyalliance.org/help, calling 518-520-3211 or 315-505-2290, or emailing uniteny@health#oneinfiveu#mentalhealthe#mentalhealthmattersalHealthMatters
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One in five β€” thats how many U.S. adults experience mental health struggles each year.

May is #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth, and its important to know youre not alone. Mental health struggles come in all shapes and sizes and can be caused by biological factors like our genes, life experiences like trauma, environmental factors like financial stress, or any combination of these. 

However you struggle, Healthy Alliance is here to help β€” for free. Get connected by filling out the form at www.healthyalliance.org/help, calling 518-520-3211 or 315-505-2290, or emailing uniteny@healthyalliance.us.

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3 weeks ago
Healthy Alliance

We've been getting cozy in the North Country β€” at our newest office in Glens Falls! When we're not remote or visiting our partners, swing by our neWorkSmart Coworking and Meeting Spaceting Space.

While we've been serving the North Country for years now, having this office space allows us to have an even greater impact on the health of those who live, learn, work, and play there.

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Weve been getting cozy in the North Country β€” at our newest office in Glens Falls! When were not remote or visiting our partners, swing by our new digs at WorkSmart Coworking and Meeting Space.

While weve been serving the North Country for years now, having this office space allows us to have an even greater impact on the health of those who live, learn, work, and play there.

Our local team members are excited to see you there!

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3 weeks ago
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🚨 You don't want to miss this!

Our Chief Strategy Officer, Scott Emery, will lead a sessioHome Care Association of New York StateState's Annual Conference on partnering with vital health system players β€” of the utmost importance for creating sustainable change that gives everyone a chance to live a healthy life.

There's still time to register for the conference: hcaannualconference.com/Our Annual Conference, held in Saratoga Springs from May 8-9, is filled with timely and practical programs to help bring your agency to the next level of health care. This program is no exception.

NYS DOH will be moving quickly to implement the new $7.5 Billion 1115 waiver that will be all about partnering for services, for social care networks, value based care, prevention, health equity, and more! Your organization needs to have the latest insights, methods, and most practical and timely approaches for partnering! Moreover, the dominant and emerging federal, state and industry models are all focused on partnered approaches to care. And, ultimately, effective positioning and sustainability are dependent on your effectiveness in partnering, and on who are partnered with! Just consider the intense focus given to Hospital at Home models in the just-passed State Budget.

This session features one of the most sought-after industry specialists in health care partnering and collaboration. Scott Emery,

chief strategy officer of Healthy Alliance, will examine the best methods, cutting-edge developments, and concrete guidance for forming successful partnerships with hospitals, physicians, CBOs, and other vital health system partners!

Register here: hcaannaualconference.com
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🚨 You dont want to miss this! 

Our Chief Strategy Officer, Scott Emery, will lead a session at Home Care Association of New York States Annual Conference on partnering with vital health system players β€” of the utmost importance for creating sustainable change that gives everyone a chance to live a healthy life. 

Theres still time to register for the conference: https://hcaannualconference.com/
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