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NY1, August 9, 2011

Children's Health Fund talks to NY1For a quarter of a century, the Children's Health Fund have been bringing doctors offices to communities throughout the city and other parts of the country where health care isn't easily accessible, without regard for a patients ability to pay. NY1's Kafi Drexel filed the following report.

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2020 Special Edition March 11, 2011

Earthquake. Could it happen here?ABC News Correspondent, John Berman, takes a walk with CHF President Irwin Redlener on a fault that runs underneath New York City. Recent events in Japan urge the question: Are we prepared? 

The first step is to have a plan. Download Disaster Preparedness materials and begin the conversation with our family.

More from Dr. Redlener on the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.

Dr. Irwin Redlener, President, CHF, speaks to CNN's American Morning, live from New Orleans about research findings showing children still suffering emotionally from the 2005 disaster. Watch the video»

Dr. Redlener on MSNBC's "Morning Joe"Watch the video»

Morning Joe," MSNBC, August 26, 2010

Dr. Irwin Redlener, President, CHF speaks to MSNBC's Morning Joe, live from the "Fight for Survival" Conference in New Orleans about Katrina, the status of children, and the impact on U.S. disaster policy.  Watch the video»

Irwin Redlener with Keith Olberman: Health Crisis in The GulfMSNBC, August 12, 2010
Dr. Irwin Redlener, President and Co-Founder, CHF sits down with MSNBC's Keith Olberman to discuss the ongoing health crisis in the Gulf.  

About the Study - NBC Nightly News (web video), August 3, 2010 »

Read the Study "Impact on Children and Families of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill"»

Boats cleaning up after Gulf Oil SpillDr. Irwin Redlener, President and Co-Founder, Children's Health Fund (CHF), sits down with NBC Nightly News to discuss findings from a new survey conducted by researchers at Columbia University's National Center for Disaster Preparedness, in collaboration with CHF and Marist Poll, and how children are showing 'more distress' from oil spill than Katrina.  Video also features Donna Usner of Children's Health Fund's New Orleans program.

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Children's Health Fund President Dr. Irwin Redlener answers questions on the psychological toll of the oil disaster on children and families in the Gulf.

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Two months after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion caused the oil spill now globally acknowledged as the worst environmental disaster in our nation’s history, the residents of the Gulf region immediately impacted are exhibiting dramatically high levels of anxiety, both among adults and children, about the future health and well-being of the region.  Read the press release»

"Gulf Coast Kids Devastated by Oil Spill"
CBS News, June 21, 2010
"The Oil Spill's Psychological Toll"

Time (blog), June 22, 2010

A newly published study reports a savings of more than $4500 per child with asthma – or $11 saved for every one dollar spent – to the healthcare system with the use of a best-practice asthma intervention program in primary care for inner-city medically underserved children. The findings are published in May's Journal of Health Care for the Poor and UnderservedWatch the NY1 video»

"Enlisting Patients in the Fight to Cut Costs"»
The New York Times, June 8, 2010

Read the study: Health Care Savings Attributable to Integrating Guidelines-based Asthma Care in the Pediatric Medical Home »

Haitian ChildChildren's Health Fund's South Florida Children's Health Project, serves the largest Haitian-American community in the country, and has seen a growing number of recently arrived patients, many of them children, who have been impacted by the disaster in Haiti.

Learn more about CHF's plan to expand capacity to help Haitian children»