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  • Nurses Week 2021

    Join us in honoring our nurses and wishing them a very Happy Nurses Week! Nurses Week, as we know it today, started in 1982, when President Ronald Reagan signed a proclamation announcing that May 6 would be “National Recognition Day” for nurses. This honored celebrations begins each year on May 6 and ends on May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. These…

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  • Top Wellness Trends for Aging Adults

    Mature adults have never had it so good! We are living longer than ever. We are taking care of ourselves better. We are doing more at an older age. We are doing what we want faster and easier than ever. We have the world at our fingertips. While social distancing has presented many challenges, learning to pivot is a part…

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  • MANAGED CARE SERVICES

    Managed Care Services

    “Managed care” is a term you may have heard before, let’s take a moment to outline what it really means. With managed care through CABS Health Network, you belong to plan and benefit from our contracts with healthcare providers and medical facilities to provide care at a reduced cost. Our driving force is to better serve clients by focusing on…

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  • OneCity Health Launches City-wide Program to Better Treat Kids with Asthma and Reduce Avoidable Hospitalizations

    NYC Health + Hospitals/OneCity Health today announced the launch of a population health and care management program designed to reduce hospitalizations among New York City children who suffer from frequent or severe asthma attacks. The home-based environmental management program assigns community health workers to visit homes to identify asthma triggers, reinforce strategies to help patients and their families maintain control…

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  • City launches program to cut down on number of emergency room visits for asthma

    Pillow cases, cleaning supplies and pest control services will be handed out to families suffering from asthma as part of a new city program announced Wednesday.

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  • CABS Awarded by OneCity Health Innovation Fund

    Developing an Asthma Smartphone Application Targeting Children and Families with Low Health Literacy: The “AsthMe Ask Me!” Program LEAD ORGANIZATION: NYC Health + Hospitals / Kings County JOINT APPLICANTS: University Hospital of Brooklyn; CABS Home Health Attendants Services, Inc. NEIGHBORHOODS PROJECT INTENDS TO SERVE: Central Brooklyn (East Flatbush, Flatbush, Crown Heights, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Canarsie, East New York, Brownsville) Overview Low parental…

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