News 2014

Rite Aid to test market new program in Buffalo

Buffalo Business First | March 10, 2014

Rite Aid Press ConferenceTop executives from Rite Aid Corp. were in Buffalo Monday to launch a new national program linking the pharmacy giant with local healthcare providers to better treat patients with chronic conditions.

The Rite Aid Health Alliance is a collaboration with healthcare providers designed to provide comprehensive care and support to individuals with chronic and poly-chronic health conditions.

Dr. Raul Vazquez, president of Greater Buffalo United Accountable Healthcare Network and one of the first Rite Aid Health Alliance partners, joined Rite Aid executives at a Bailey Avenue Rite Aid to kick off the initiative.

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Future of Rite Aid is being tested here

The Buffalo News | March 10, 2014

In the near future, the corner drug store could become a more important link in the health care system, doing more than just doling out medications and administering the occasional flu shot.

Rite Aid has staked its future on it.

The giant pharmacy retailer has chosen Buffalo, one of its best markets in terms of market share, to pilot a program that links its stores to local doctors in hopes of coaching patients to better health.

Providers receive funding for home health care

Buffalo Business First | March 10, 2014

Providers Receive FundingFour health-care organizations will receive over $1 million combined in new state funding to further advance their home programs.

The funds are part of a $12.8 million allocation from the state Department of Health in stage II implementation grants to help home health designees better work with providers with such areas as interconnectivity improvements.

The funds follow an initial distribution of $2.2 million in stage one funds, with grant amounts determined based on health IT connectivity, geographic and demographic factors as well as the prevalence of chronic conditions and other qualifiers.

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Turkey giveaways abound as Thanksgiving spirit engulfs Buffalo

Panorama Hispano News | November 28, 2014

GBUAHN Donates Turkeys!A local organization stepped up to help feed their less fortunate neighbors this week with over 100 turkey donations for needy families across the city.

Greater Buffalo United Accountable Healthcare Network (GBUAHN) and the employees joined forces to distribute turkeys via their outreach office on Niagara Street this past Wednesday.

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