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CUOMO’S BUDGET — We read Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget so you don’t have to. Below are some highlights but we will have plenty more in the coming days.
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HUGE MEDICAID CHANGE — Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to have New York City once again contribute to the growth in Medicaid would cost the city $656 million over the next two years. http://politi.co/1N8H4Ur
AIDS MONEY LESS THAN THOUGHT — When Gov. Andrew Cuomo spoke at the Apollo Theater on Dec. 1, in honor of World AIDS Day, he roused the crowd with a promise of $200 million toward combating HIV/AIDS in New York State.
…But Cuomo's commitment is not nearly as big as advocates had presumed. The governor's proposed budget allocates the $200 million over 5 years, or $40 million per year. That makes for a more modest increase of 1.6 percent, which is a small fraction of what advocates have said will be necessary to truly end the epidemic. http://politi.co/1njNNpQ
PAID FAMILY LEAVE — Invoking the final moments he spent with his father, Gov. Andrew Cuomo made his case to lawmakers today to pass his proposal for a paid family leave program. http://politi.co/1njLbsa
BREAST CANCER PUSH — Cuomo, whose longtime girlfriend's public battle with breast cancer made headlines last year, has pledged to spend $91 million to increase cancer screenings and research. http://politi.co/1njKAXm
MEDICAID SPENDING — Cuomo is proposing to spend $63 billion on Medicaid in Fiscal Year 2017, which begins April 1, slightly less than the state spent in 2016. The decline is because of a shift in nearly $50 million in Medicaid funds to the Essential Plan, a new health insurance option being offered on the exchange for low-income New Yorkers.
THE EXCHANGE — New York's health exchange, created by the Affordable Care Act, will cost $484 million this coming year, Cuomo said.
OPIOID FIGHT — CVS Pharmacy will begin providing individual training and naloxone statewide to customers without a prescription.
SYRINGE EXCHANGE — Cuomo proposed Wednesday that limitations on the Expanded Syringe Access Program (ESAP) be lifted. Under the current program, a maximum of 10 syringes can be sold without a prescription to anyone 18 or older. http://politi.co/1njKO0K
FARM TO SCHOOL — Cuomo proposed an expansion of farm-to-school partnerships. Cuomo launched a $350,000 program in 2015, the New York State Farm to School Competitive Grants Program, which helped six schools source local food. At the recommendation of the Anti-Hunger Task Force, Cuomo is proposing a second $250,000 round of grants and looks to expand “NY Thursdays,” a farm-to-school program encouraging commitments from school districts to provide locally sourced school lunches every Thursday.
SAFE TOYS — Cuomo will work with the Legislature to pass a bill that would restrict toxic chemicals in children’s toys.
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NOW WE KNOW — Going a month without drinking may not be the best idea, according to an article in the British Medical Journal. http://bit.ly/1nkdUgy
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STUDY TIME — The University at Buffalo and Citiva are partnering to study medical marijuana, according to Buffalo Business First. http://bit.ly/1nkdmHp
DON’T DO THAT — A Mount Sinai Hospital physician is the target of an NYPD investigation after a 22-year-old patient accused him of knocking her out with morphine and ejaculating on her face, the Daily News reported. http://nydn.us/1N8Jpib
MAKING ROUNDS — Northwell Health’s 2,500 member physician practice is rebranding as Northwell Health Physician Partners.
POACHED — Crain’s explains how a few NYU Langone doctors left for Mount Sinai, forcing Langone’s sleep center program to close. http://bit.ly/1nkcYbK
GRANT LAND — Three new federal grants totaling $4.4 million will support cancer research at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, according to Buffalo Business First. http://bit.ly/1nkd9E1
ACROSS THE RIVER: More than 262,000 New Jerseyans have signed up for a 2016 plan on the health insurance marketplace established by the Affordable Care Act, according to the latest numbers from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
PHARMA REPORT: Drug companies entered into substantially fewer potential pay-for-delay agreements in fiscal 2014, a sign that the Supreme Court's 2013 ruling on the pharmaceutical patent settlements may be changing industry behavior, according to a report from the Federal Trade Commission. http://1.usa.gov/1njOTSz
-THUMBS UP — Kristina Fiore for MedPage Today reports: “An FDA advisory committee has voted 12 to 5 to recommend approval of a buprenorphine implant (Probuphine) to treat patients who are already stable on low doses of the sublingual version of the drug.” http://bit.ly/1N8JEtI
WHAT WE’RE READING:
-LEGIONNAIRES’ — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and state health officials confirmed today that a significant spike in cases of Legionnaires' disease near Flint had resulted in 10 deaths over the past two years.
-WE’RE ALL JUST DOLLAR SIGNS — The New York Times reports: “Drugs for hemophilia are so expensive and therefore so lucrative for the pharmaceutical industry that they have created an unusual conflict of interest, blurring the lines between being a patient and drug seller.” http://nyti.ms/1N8Iq1y
-IT’S SO SYMBOL — President Barack Obama is proposing to allow latecomer Medicaid expansion states to tap into three years of full federal funding whenever they join the optional Obamacare program, according to POLITICO.
-INFECTIOUS — POLITICO reports: “Between 2012 and 2015, closed-channel duodenoscopes - like the ones at the center of the recent deadly superbug outbreak - were linked to at least 25 incidents of antibiotic-resistant infection around the world that sickened at least 250 patients, according to an investigation from Sen. Patty Murray. The report: 1.usa.gov/1SisZfg
-GLOBAL DEFENSE FUND — The Wall Street Journal reports: “A commission of global health experts convened by the U.S. National Academy of Medicine on Wednesday called for $4.5 billion a year from governments, foundations and corporations to strengthen the world’s defenses against pandemics, calling them one of the greatest risks to humanity.” http://on.wsj.com/1nkcAKn
TODAY'S TIP — Comes from the Cleveland Clinic: “Rather than a really hot (or cold!) shower, run the water on warm.
-BODY WORKS — Researchers at the University at Buffalo will research the role antibodies play in Sjögren’s syndrome. http://bit.ly/1nkf5wu
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