REIMAGINING HEALTH 60th Anniversary Annual Report
2018 PHS Board of Directors Our board of directors is made up of dedicated leaders in public health, law, finance, and business who volunteer their expertise and time to our organization and the people we serve. James Knickman, PhD Robert Derzon Professor of Public and Health Affairs, New York University Robert Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and Langone Medical School Department of Population Health
CHAIRPERSON Deborah M. Sale Chairperson, Public Health Solutions VICE CHAIRPERSONS George M. Garfunkel Managing Director, First Manhattan Company
Joan M. Leiman, PhD Special Lecturer, Health Policy and Management, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Barbara A. Green, PhD Senior Vice President, Health Business Catalyst – a Division of GNYHA Ventures Inc.
James Mann Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Diana J. Mason, RN, PHD, FAAN Senior Policy Service Professor and Co-Director, Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement, George Washington University School of Nursing
SECRETARY Christina Chang, MPP Chief of External Affairs, Planned Parenthood of New York City
Karen Scott, MD, MPH President, Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts
TREASURER Raymond P. Jones, Sr., CPA, CFE Partner, PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP
Stephen Simcock General Counsel, Consumer and Community Banking, JPMorgan Chase
EX OFFICIO Oxiris Barbot, MD Health Commissioner, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Shoshanna Sofaer, DrPH Director of Strategic Research Planning, Health and Social Development, American Institutes for Research
Mitchell Katz, MD President and CEO, NYC Health + Hospitals
Andrew Weisenfeld Partner, MTS Health Partners, L.P.
DIRECTORS Gerrard P. Bushell, PhD President and CEO, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
Debra Alligood White Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc.
Ayman El-Mohandes, MBBCh, MD, MPH, FAAP Dean, CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy
EMERITUS MEMBERS Donald J. Fager, Esq. Partner, Fager Amsler Keller & Schoppmann, LLP
Linda Fried, MD, MPH Dean, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Raymond Fink, PhD Professor of Community and Preventive Medicine (Retired), New York Medical College
Florence Frucher Distinguished Lecturer, Health Policy, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College / CUNY
David Harris, MD, MPH Vice President of Medical Affairs (Retired), Visiting Nurse Service of New York
David A. Gould, PhD Senior Vice President (Retired), United Hospital Fund
William J. Hibsher, Esq. Senior Counsel, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Erik Kahn Partner, Intellectual Property Practice Leader, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP Robert Kaufman, Esq. Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP -2-
2018: Reimagining Health Dear friends, For far too many families in New York City, health is dependent on their zip code, how much money they earn, the color of their skin, their gender, or their immigration status. The facts bear out the significant health inequities that exist in one of the richest and most racially diverse cities in the world. New Yorkers living in the poorest neighborhoods die four years earlier than those residing in wealthier communities. One in five young women do not have access to reproductive health care simply because they are poor. Infant mortality among low-income women of color is twice the national average. And, more than one-quarter of New Yorkers living below the poverty line smoke. For over 60 years, Public Health Solutions (PHS) has worked to improve the health of marginalized families in NYC by helping them build pathways to achieve their potential. We put food on the table; enroll families in health insurance; assist mothers in moving their lives forward while supporting the health of their children; reduce unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections among teenagers; build smoke-free communities, and forge critical partnerships to help end health epidemics like AIDS. So, what is next? PHS is â€œreimagining healthâ€? in three major areas that affect health equity. We are establishing innovative programs to reduce health and developmental disparities among low-income children. We are building stronger, more robust community partnerships that connect underserved women to maternal health programs and food and nutrition benefits. And, we are advocating against tobacco companies marketing to low-income minorities and government attempts to hinder immigrant familiesâ€™ access to health. We understand what is at stake. We know you do, too. Together, we are helping to save lives, reduce medical costs, and improve the quality of life of New Yorkers most in need. We thank you for your continued support. Sincerely,
Deborah Sale Barbara Green Lisa David Board Chair Incoming Board Chair President and CEO
To support vulnerable NYC families in achieving optimal health and building pathways to reach their potential.
Healthy families. Thriving communities. Health equity in NYC.
Our Work Enrolling families in health insurance
Promoting smoke-free living conditions
Ensuring families have access to food and nutrition education
Improving the health of moms and babies
Reducing unintended pregnancies and decreasing STIs
Shrinking the spread and impact of HIV/AIDS -6-
For over 60 years, we have improved health outcomes and helped underserved NYC families thrive by: â€˘ â€˘ â€˘
Providing services within communities that need them most. Serving as a critical link in public-private partnerships with government agencies to support nearly 200 community-based organizations across the city. Conducting independent research that evaluates our impact and moves public health policy and practice toward improving public health delivery.
We focus on a wide range of public health issues that overwhelmingly affect the ability of underserved New Yorkers to live their healthiest lives. These issues include food and nutrition, health insurance, maternal and child health, reproductive and sexual health, tobacco control, and HIV/AIDS.
Our Stories “
I always wanted to get an education and build a career. But I had to stop going to college to support my mom. Then I got pregnant and my life changed.
I never thought I would have this in me, but I got my degree and a good paying job. My daughter is very smart. She is the best thing in the world…she is my happiness. – Kiara, graduate of Public Health Solutions’ Nurse-Family Partnership® program
In my second month, I knew I needed guidance and found my way to Public Health Solutions’ Nurse Family Partnership® program. My nurse helped me in so many ways. Not only is my daughter healthy and thriving, but my nurse taught me that my goals were still there and my baby was not stopping me from pursuing them.
Public Health Solutions’ home-visiting programs – including Nurse-Family Partnership®, Healthy Families, Healthy Start, and CoMadres – empower mothers to transform their lives and create better futures for their children and themselves.
82% INCREASE IN MATERNAL EMPLOYMENT
REDUCTION IN BEHAVIORAL AND INTELLECTUAL PROBLEMS
39% FEWER INJURIES AMONG CHILDREN
Statistics from Nurse-Family Partnership® -8-
– Kyla, Student Advocate in NYC Smoke-Free’s Reality-Check program
When I started high school, I saw a lot of students smoking and vaping. I thought if there is a way that I can tell people that they [the tobacco industry] is targeting us, I would join the movement. I got involved with PHS’ NYC Smoke-Free Program in my junior year to get the word out in schools and reach out to legislators. I never saw myself in a leadership role, but here I am!
Our NYC Smoke-Free program works to protect the health of New Yorkers through tobacco control policy, advocacy and education. Our efforts this past year have resulted in:
Going forward, PHS’ tobacco control work is focusing on eliminating youth access to electronic cigarettes.
FAMILIES HELPED THROUGH SMOKE-FREE HOUSING
OF E-CIGARETTE USERS ARE 12-17 YEARS OLD
STUDENTS ENGAGED IN ADVOCATING FOR TOBACCO CONTROL NEW NYC LAWS PROHIBIT SMOKING IN PUBLIC AREAS, BAN TOBACCO PRODUCT SALES AT PHARMACIES, AND REQUIRE ALL RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS TO CREATE AND COMMUNICATE A SMOKING POLICY FOR RESIDENTS. -9-
IN NEW YORK STATE, THE USE OF E-CIGARETTES AMONG YOUTH HAS INCREASED 160% BETWEEN 2014 - 2018 (10.5% TO 27.4%)
– Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Deputy Commissioner for Disease Control at NYC DOHMH
In the early 90s, HIV was a certain death sentence. Now we are working in a universe where we have a chronic disease. Realizing that we’re not about disease anymore, but about health allows us to do innovative programming to create not just a theory to end the epidemic, but a blueprint to do so. Public Health Solutions does a very important thing. They help us get our resources to the places they need to go, so folks in the community can actually do the work. Without that foot in the field, we are never going to do well with HIV.
Number of New HIV/AIDS Diagnoses and Deaths
14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000
New AIDS Diagnoses HIV-Related Deaths
6,000 4,000 2,000 0 - 10 -
Through PHS’ work with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH), the incidence of HIV/AIDS in NYC has reached an all-time low since the start of the epidemic.
Our Impact Public Health Solutions receives financial support to help vulnerable families in New York City live their healthiest lives. Thanks to our donors, here is how we are making a difference:
60 years 15,000 apartment units going smoke-free as a result of our community engagement work
community-based organizations throughout the city receive support from PHS
grocery stores, corner stores, and pharmacies are stocked and managed to provide WIC participants with safe and nutritious foods These figures were updated in 2018.
at the forefront of public health issues in New York City
SNAP puts food on the table for
high-risk pregnant women are helped by our home-visiting programs
New cases of HIV dropped from 12,600 in 1994 to
2,157 in 2017
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women, infants, and children receive nutrition education, breastfeeding support, and WIC checks
individuals, including seniors and New Yorkers with disabilities, are enrolled in health insurance
$46.8 million in WIC checks distributed to NYC families to purchase nutritious foods
women, men, and teenagers received care at PHSâ€™ Sexual and Reproductive Health Centers
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and Reproductive Health Centers provide comprehensive, and confidential reproductive services.
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BROOKLYN QUEENS BROOKLYN
Through our long-standing government partnerships, we are a critical link in providing financial support and management assistance to nearly 200 community-based organizations across the city’s five boroughs.
Services We Support: • • • • • • • •
HIV Prevention and Care Cancer Prevention Emergency Preparedness Family Planning Food and Nutrition Harm Reduction Maternal and Infant Health Care Mental Health
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Financials Statement of Financial Position ASSETS Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents Certificates of deposit Grants receivable: Federal New York State/New York City Private Contributions receivable Service reimbursements receivable Supplies inventory Advances to subcontractors Deposits and other assets Total current assets Non-current assets: Property and equipment, net of accumulated depreciation and amortization Deposits and other assets Total non-current assets
2017 $ 32,073,791 377,232 8,046,241 11,230,029 2,269,009 281,556 173,468 124,340 1,824,983 245,389 56,646,038
LIABILITIES Current liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Borrowings under line of credit Advances from government and other agencies Total current liabilities
50,513,912 2,650,000 6,895,936 60,059,848
Non-current liabilities: Pension liability Total non-current liabilities
COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENCIES
Emergency Preparedness (12%) Nutrition (4%) Reproductive Health (3%)
1,580,476 466,200 2,046,676
Child Health and Development (2%)
Food and Nutrition (36%) Maternal Child Health (19%) Reproductive Health (15%)
Expenses by Direct Services
Benefit Enrollment (11%) Other Programs (9%) Tobacco Control (7%)
NET ASSETS (DEFICIT) Unrestricted: Undesignated Net unrecognized actuarial loss on pension plan Total unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted
13,696,597 (38,697,228) (25,000,631) 92,211 -
TOTAL NET ASSETS (DEFICIT)
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
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Statement of Activities
Year Ended December 31, 2017
$ 19,754,407 188,218,209 39,424,316 2,902,687 14,650 456,411
$ 19,754,407 188,218,209 39,424,316 2,902,687 14,650 456,411
18,500,920 1,127,827 348,419
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TOTAL REVENUE AND SUPPORT
EXPENSES: Program services: Reproductive health HIV/STD Nutrition Child health and development Emergency preparedness Other miscellaneous programs* Total program services Management and general Fundraising and development
8,364,286 141,400,527 10,501,995 5,872,093 30,700,231 65,149,017 261,988,149 7,170,863 275,290
8,364,286 141,400,527 10,501,995 5,872,093 30,700,231 65,149,017 261,988,149 7,170,863 275,290
Pension liability adjustment
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS
Net assets - beginning of year
NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR
REVENUES AND SUPPORT Government grants, service contracts and medical reimbursements: New York State New York City Federal Medicaid and other third party Interest income Other income Nongovernment grants and contributions: Foundations and private grants Contributions Net assets released from restrictions
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS BEFORE PENSION LIABILITY ADJUSTMENT
*Includes funds from Contract and Management Services (CAMS)
This financial information was derived from the audited financial statements of PHS, which were audited by Marks Paneth LLP and are available on our website.
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Funders Individuals David Ackman Munawar Ahmed David Alge Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Elvy Barroso Maria Batchelder Laura and Irv Becker Kathlyn Beckles Kevin Beckles Nathalie Berger Kevin Blauch Andrew Borinstein Larry Bortoluzzi Ali Bose Robert Bose and Zachariah Hennessey Jo Ivey Boufford Frank Bove Susan Brill Maria and Erik Bryan Gerrard Bushell Rosita Byrd Debora Cacamese Robert Carlson Bettina Carroll Christina Chang Susan Chapman Thomas Check Sung Yun Cho Neil and Sarah Cohen Ron Cohen Elizabeth Cohn Marie Connolly Derek Coursen Maria Crawley Fred Criscione Jessica Cunningham Nolan Danchik John David Joshua David and Stephen Hirsh Lisa David Jon Del Giorno Emme Deland Jay Dinowitz and Lisa Jakobsberg Jamie Drake Molly Eagan Jessica Ecker Ayman El-Mohandes Barry Elberg
Mark Epstein Donald Fager James and Rebecca Ffrench Barbara Finger and Sheldon Landesman Raymond Fink Patricia Flanagan David Fox La-Vena Francis Andrew Freedberg Linda Fried Eric Friedman Stacey Friedman Meyer and Florence Frucher George Garfunkel Patricia Giambalvo Nancy Giles Michael Goldman Alan Goodstadt Michael Gordon Lorie Goshin David Gould Barbara Green Jude Grey Matthew Gromada Dina Halme David Hansell David Harris William Hibsher and Richard Orient Paula Hillan Bob Hoffman Andrew Jacobs Pauline Jakobsberg Herbert Janick Joseph Jemal Peter Jensen Raymond Jones Erik and Kate Kahn Lucille Kantor Adam Karpati Robert Kaufman Sheetal Khera Victoria Kiehl Ike and Ellen Kier Lawrence Kirshner James Knickman Marion Kokot James Krauskopf Jennifer Kroman Jill Lafer Marlene Lalota Ellen Landsberger Curtis Lane - 16 -
Steven Lawitts Joan Leiman Julie Lepri Peter Levin Richard and Kathleen Levin Jane Levine Noah Levine Stewart Levy Keith Lissner Aeby Lozada Raj Maheshwari and Sarita Singh James Mann Sarah Mansberger D. Edward Martin Diana Mason Shira Mazor Valerie McCarthy Brian McIndoe William McLucas Maria Melendez Hinkley Susan Merrill Susan Miller Gina Miranda-Diaz Wanda Montalvo Kelly Moore Emily Morgan Tara Newell Steven Newman Ronald Nigro Dinah Nissen and Elizabeth Apelles Christine Nollen Elizabeth Oudens Jules Peemoeller Neil and Jennifer Pomroy James and Linda Quella Ryan Rasmussen Ellen Rautenberg Marie Rautenberg Julian Rodriguez Marci Rosa Rochelle Roth Andrew Ryan Deb Ryan Deborah Sale Alonso Salguero Allison Satyr Karen Sauvigne Stephen Savas Nancy Seliger Marylou Selo Jay Shiland David Shine and Karen Lanci
Stephen Simcock Paulette Sinclair-Weir Ron Singh Lorie Slutsky David Smith Shoshanna Sofaer Mitchell Solovay Mona Sowiski Art Spiegel Eileen Sullivan-Marx Marla Tepper Charles Terhout Edwidge Thomas Joseph Trapani Doug Turetsky Susan Vitucci Jay Vodofsky Robert Votruba Paul Weisenfeld Andrew and Lauren Weisenfeld Arnold Weiss Debra Alligood White Emma White Natalie Williams Rawn Williams Peter Wunsch Cheryl Zimmer Cory Zimmerman Corporations, Partners, and Organizations AIDS Center of Queens County, Inc. American Institute for Research Arenson Office Furnishings Association of Maternal & Child Health Bluemark Bon Secours New York Health System Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP City Harvest Clarick Gueron Reisbaum LLP Columbia University Community Service Society of New York Con Edison Conkur Printing Correctional Medical Care Inc. Covington & Burling LLP Cushman & Wakefield Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Dominican Womenâ€™s Development Center Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Empire State Development Corporation First Manhattan Company Frenkel Benefits LLC
Fund for Public Health FY Eye Digital Signage Gay Menâ€™s Health Crisis GFP Real Estate Gilead Sciences Greater New York Hospital Association Health Research Inc. Healthfirst Hinman Straub PC Housing Works, Inc. Invesco Joslyn Levy & Associates LLC JPMorgan Chase & Company Kaiser Permanente Kibel Companies Kirkland & Ellis LLP Lucania Partners Inc. Maimonides Medical Center MANUP, Inc. March of Dimes Marks Paneth LLP Matthews & Company, LLP Medicines 360 Montefiore Medical Center Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP National Association for Public Health Society National Institute for Reproductive Health New York Academy of Medicine New York Business Systems New York Presbyterian Hospital/Queens NY eHealth Collaborative OneCity Health Services Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison Pitta Bishop & Del Giorno LLC Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. Primary Care Development Corporation Project Hospitality Inc. Proskauer Rose LLP RBC Capital Markets LLC ReedSmith LLP Reliable Voice & Data Ryan Health Segal Marco Advisors Sibson Consulting - A Division of Segal Signature Bank Sobel Affiliates, Inc. Society of Family Planning Research Stanton Strong State Street Global Advisors Street Corner Resources Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP The Dannon Company, Inc - 17 -
The TemPositions Group of Companies United HealthCare Services, Inc. Wellington Management Company LLP Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr Foundations The Altman Foundation Anthem Foundation Better World Foundation Charles & Mildred Schnurmacher Foundation The Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation Ira W. De Camp Foundation The Jeanne & Herbert Hansell Fund Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Laurie M. Tisch - Illumination Fund The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Foundation Marks Family Foundation Michael and Susan Dell Foundation The Pew Charitable Trusts The Pinkerton Foundation New Morning Foundation The New York Community Trust New York State Health Foundation NoVo Foundation The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Simons Foundation Single Stop/Robin Hood Foundation Staten Island Foundation The Susan Thompson Buffet Foundation Government Agencies New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation Empire State Development Corporation New York State Office of Children and Family Services New York State Department of Health Office of Population Affairs Department of Health and Human Services National Association of Countries The Research Foundation for SUNY New York State Department of Labor Social Security Administration New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance Health Research Inc.
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The annual report for Public Health Solutions' 2018 fiscal year. Visit healthsolutions.org for more information about our organization, and...
Published on Feb 12, 2019
The annual report for Public Health Solutions' 2018 fiscal year. Visit healthsolutions.org for more information about our organization, and...