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    The Finger Lakes region embraces primary care 2.0

    September 01, 2016

    For the past four years, sixty five primary care practices—about a third of the region’s primary care providers—have partnered with Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency on an uncharted journey to make our medical system as good at preventing medical emergencies as it is at treating them. The $26.6 million experiment in primary care innovation is showing how teamwork and smart data can improve patient care and reduce costs.

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    Community celebrates 10th anniversary of Rochester lead law

    September 20, 2016

    Representatives from the Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning, the City of Rochester, the Monroe County Department of Public Health, community groups, staff members of the Environmental Protection Agency, and elected officials gathered Sept. 19 to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Rochester lead law.

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    Community members star in health posters

    August 19, 2016

    More than 30 health champions are sharing their medication reminders in full-color posters made exclusively for their congregations or workplaces. The customized posters are part of a public health campaign to encourage community members to develop strategies for taking medication.


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  • Rev. Norwood to give keynote address at ABC luncheon

    Sept. 22, 2016 - Wade Norwood, chief strategy officer for Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency, will be the keynote speaker and four community leaders will be honored by Action for a Better Community at its 13th annual Signature Luncheon from noon to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Riverside Convention Center.

  • Marking a decade since Rochester's lead law took effect

    Sept. 20, 2016 - A group of community members gathered at Rochester City Hall Monday to celebrate 10 years since the establishment of the Rochester Lead Law. Elizabeth McDade with the Coalition to Prevent Lead Poisoning says the law allows individuals to find out whether there are lead hazards in their homes, and charges landlords with the responsibility of fixing the hazards.


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