Cultural Competency and Health Literacy Strategies

Effective DSRIP projects rely on delivery systems capable of providing services to individuals in a culturally appropriate manner and ensuring that issues pertaining to a person´s health literacy are taken into account across the entire continuum of engagement. As a result, all PPS developed and adopted Cultural Competency and Health Literacy (CC/HL) strategies to serve as a guide throughout their efforts to implement DSRIP projects.

The strategies are as follows:

Adirondack Health Institute, Inc. (PDF, 1.2MB)

Advocate Community Providers, Inc. (PDF)

Albany Medical Center Hospital (PDF, 1.1MB)

Alliance for Better Health Care (Ellis) (PDF)

Bassett Medical Center (PDF)

Bronx–Lebanon Hospital Center (PDF)

Central New York Care Collaborative (CNYCC) (PDF, 1.1MB)

Finger Lakes PPS (PDF, 12.1MB)

NYU Lutheran Medical Center (PDF)

Maimonides Medical Center (PDF)

Millennium Collaborative Care (PDF)

Montefiore Medical Center (PDF, 3.2MB)

Mount Sinai PPS, LLC (PDF)

Nassau Queens Performing Provider System, LLC (PDF)

New York City Health & Hospital´s Corporation led PPS (PDF)

Refuah Health Center (PDF)

Samaritan Medical Center (PDF)

Sisters of Charity Hospital (aka Community Partners of Western New York) (PDF, 5.2MB)

Care Compass Network(aka Southern Tier Rural Integrated PPS) (PDF, 3.1MB)

St. Barnabas Hospital dba SBH Health System (PDF)

Staten Island Performing Provider System, LLC (PDF, 2.7MB)

Stony Brook University Hospital (PDF)

The New York and Presbyterian Hospital (PDF)

New York–Presbyterian/Queens (PDF, 1.2MB)

Westchester Medical Center PPS (PDF, 3.3MB