Established in 1982, the New
York Society for Health Planning (NYSHP) is a
membership organization for a broad range of professionals
involved in health care planning and related fields.
The purpose of the Society is to enhance the health
planning. The Society's mission is accomplished
by sponsoring educational forums and providing
opportunities for interaction among professionals
in health planning and related fields.
Members are professionals from various health-related fields: strategic planning, administration and management, finance, marketing, public relations, consulting, managed care contracting and planning, physician practice, business development, community and government affairs - as well as architects, clinicians, and allied health professionals from a wide range of organizational levels.
Members of the Society are affiliated with many of the major private and public health care facilities and networks in the New York City metropolitan area, as well as managed care and insurance companies, major accounting firms, consulting firms, architectural and design companies, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations. NYSHP draws members from New York City and surrounding areas as well as outside New York State . We welcome all potential members wherever they reside. Student membership is available to those who are actively pursuing a full-time course of study in a discipline related to the Society's fields of interest.
The Society sponsors programs on a variety of topics of interest to health care professionals. Programs are scheduled at times that allow members and guests to attend without interrupting their busy work schedules. Refreshments are served and networking is encouraged. Our programs are supported by generous underwriting from associated organizations. Most NYSHP programs are free to members.
Recent programs topics have included:
- The Current and Future Outlook of the CON
Process in New York
- Contingency Planning for Emergency Services-The
What if and the Realities of Emergency Catastrophic
- Emerging Tools for Designing High Performance
Healing Environments: Evidence for the Sustainable
- Out-of-Network: Success at Three Stand-Alone
- The Looming Financial Crisis Facing New York’s
Hospitals-What Can Be Done About it
Recent training programs have included:
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Excel and Powerpont
The Society also sponsors an annual meeting and other social events, which offer members the opportunity to network informally.
The Society collaborates with a number of professional organizations to sponsor programs of mutual interest and to promote networking between the membership and other professionals interested in health-related fields. Collaborating organizations have included the New York Association for Ambulatory Care , New York City American Institute of Architects, Health Facilities Committee, , New York Business Group on Health, the New York County Medical Society, Greater New York Hospital Association and United Hospital Fund. Discounted fees are usually offered to NYSHP members.
Email and our website, alert members to upcoming programs, conferences, social events and job opportunities .
Members can become more directly involved with NYSHP through participation on one or more of the Board Committees, all of which are great opportunities to contribute your ideas and efforts as members of NYSHP.
Facilitates the Society's educational program offerings. Committee members plan the annual program agenda by identifying emergent topics and key speakers in the New York health care arena. Coordinators are identified for each program who secure the speakers, arrange accommodations and write the program descriptions for dissemination to the membership.
Responsible for developing and implementing strategies for recruiting new members and retaining current members. Committee members work closely with the Board and the Executive Director to coordinate and implement various activities including but not limited to the following: updating the membership brochure; updating the mailing list/data base; identifying advertisers for the membership directory; identifying opportunities for NYSHP to disseminate information about the organization; and exploring ways to expand and enhance member services.
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