• Sun. Apr 14th, 2024

Senator Helming Takes on Medical Malpractice Insurance, Supports Community Health Centers in Finger Lakes

BySamantha Johnson

Mar 6, 2024
Senator Helming holds meeting in Albany with Finger Lakes Community Health

Senator Helming recently met with Finger Lakes Community Health in Albany to discuss their legislative priorities. The organization traveled to Albany to advocate for various issues affecting community health centers.

One of Senator Helming’s main focuses is on expanding billable services for community health centers and increasing Medicaid reimbursement rates. She also addressed the challenges that healthcare providers face in recruiting and retaining qualified staff.

During the meeting, Senator Helming expressed her opposition to increasing the cost of medical malpractice insurance, which could make it harder to attract physicians to our communities and state. Additionally, she highlighted the importance of supporting community health centers and their efforts to provide quality care to underserved populations.

Senator Helming thanked CEO Mary Zelazny and the Finger Lakes Community Health team for their ongoing advocacy efforts and their dedication to serving the community. She encouraged them to continue their work in promoting access to healthcare for all New Yorkers.

By Samantha Johnson

As a content writer at newszkz.com, I delve into the realms of storytelling, blending words to paint vivid narratives that captivate and inform our readers. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for research, I craft compelling articles that resonate with our audience. My love for words drives me to explore diverse topics, ensuring that each piece I create not only educates but also entertains. Join me on this journey as we navigate the ever-evolving landscapes of news and knowledge together.

Leave a Reply