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The Health Care Reform Act of 2000 introduced the Healthy NY program to provide more affordable health insurance to New Yorkers who need it most. The New York State Department of Financial Services oversees the program, which is governed by state law and regulation.
Since 2001, Healthy NY has offered comprehensive health insurance to individuals, sole proprietors and small businesses. Beginning in 2014, Healthy NY will be available as a small employer program only.
In 2014, Healthy NY will include more comprehensive coverage for essential health benefits including inpatient and outpatient hospital services, physician services, maternity care, preventive health services, diagnostic services, mental health services, chiropractic care, prescription drugs, ambulance and emergency services.
In prior years, the Department of Financial Services has released an annual report on the Healthy NY program. Select annual reports are available below in PDF format, which requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing and printing.
2010 Annual Report (Burns & Associates, Inc.)
2009 Annual Report (Burns & Associates, Inc.)