On November 2, 2023, Governor Hochul's Commission on the Future of Health Care held their first meeting in New York City, fulfilling a commitment made in the Governor's 2023 State of the State.
Building on Governor Hochul’s historic $20 billion multi-year investments in New York’s health care system, the advisory council will work to build a comprehensive and evidence-based strategy for the state’s health care system to ensure it can best serve the needs of New Yorkers today, and in coming years.
The Commission will provide ongoing strategic recommendations to transform the health care system in New York State, with a goal of ensuring that the limited resources of the State and other health care payers are optimized to enable the delivery of accessible, equitable, high-quality care for all New Yorkers. It will be tasked with identifying strategies to ensure the long-term resilience of New York’s health care system.
The Commission includes some of the foremost practitioners and policy experts in New York and nationally, with experience in health care delivery, insurance, long-term care, workforce, health equity, innovation, and beyond.
Role of the Commission
Governor Hochul announced a series of bold proposals aimed at building a stronger health care system for New York State’s future.
Governor Hochul signed legislation that strengthens New York’s health care workforce.
“I have assembled this Commission – with some of the top health care experts in the country – to help us build a resilient health care system that leads the nation and delivers every New Yorker the care they deserve."
New York State Future of Health Care Commission
Sherry Glied, Ph.D. Glied is the Dean of NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and has had an illustrious career in health policy.