Adirondack Mountains

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a mountain range in northeastern New York State

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According to the Old Forge Home Show Manager Max Cohen, "The Old Forge Home Show is a high profile event that brings together exhibitors from a broad range of industries and consumers from the Central Adirondack region.
The sample population included current or previously treated adult cancer patients who live in the Adirondack region of northern New York (see map).
The Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot Program, which began in January 2010 as a $9 million joint initiative of medical providers and public and private insurers, also contracts with MAeHC for quality reporting.
The Adirondack region has a number of economic, political, and geographic characteristics that are limiting factors in the region's ability to grow and prosper economically.
At the beginning of the nineteenth century, the mountainous Adirondack region of northern New York was one of the nation's premier resorts.
It will also be available in Tops and Wilson Farms in the Adirondack region, and at Wegmans, Tops, ShurFine, and Giant supermarkets in Pennsylvania and Wegmans in New Jersey.
72) The State Senate, in a special session late in the year, passed a unanimous resolution responding to the failure of the EPA to produce the deposition standard in a timely manner and encouraged Congress to heedfully examine the Clean Air Act's plan to control acid deposition in the Adirondack Region.
Davis, the American environmentalist and land-use-policy expert whose achievements have included New York State's program of land-use protection for the Adirondack region of New York State.
It also vastly improves our ability to track patient outcomes, a key part of the Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot, a new model for care that emphasizes the role of primary care in keeping people healthy and holding down costs.
The plants are located throughout Upstate New York, including sites in Niagara and Erie Counties, Olean, Batavia, Syracuse, the Capital District, the Southern Tier and the Adirondack region.
By not providing these services, we were able to accomplish one of our main goals of being a "silent economic engine" for the Adirondack region.
In a companion piece on page 16, Associate Editor Jennifer Prestigiacomo presents a profile of the Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot, an intriguing example of how one regional healthcare network enlisted payers and providers to enhance care coordination and manage chronic diseases.
Moreover, this central location will enable us to consolidate our three current locations, greatly facilitating the distribution of our products to our diverse customer base throughout the Hudson Valley, Capital Region, the Adirondack Region and Central NY.
Pataki has endorsed Propositions 4 and 5 on the New York State ballot, both of which add new public recreational lands to the Adirondack Forest Preserve for the enjoyment of people statewide and help strengthen the economy of the Adirondack Region for the people who live there.
To overcome an aging provider population, the Adirondack Region Medical Home Pilot in upstate New York gathered payers and providers to enhance care coordination and manage chronic diseases, all the while dealing with challenges of interoperability and physician documentation.