AMSNY Fact Sheet: Biomedical Research in New York State (2016)

New York State is home to one of the strongest biomedical research communities in the world. With sixteen medical schools, over 100 teaching hospitals, and other top quality research institutions, New York scientists are conducting some of the most cutting-edge exciting research. These institutions are working independently, as well as collaboratively, to maximize their research… Read More

AMSNY Fact Sheet: Diversity in Medicine (2017)

The Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) supports programs across the educational continuum to expand the pool of students choosing careers in medicine and other health professions. The programs, which are mainly housed within New York State’s medical schools, are supported through a grant from the State Department of Health, with additional financial assistance… Read More

NYSTAR Faculty Development Program – Economic Impact Analysis (2014)

Between 2002-2009, the Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR), a division of Empire State Development, sponsored the Faculty Development Program (FDP) in order to assist New York State colleges and universities in recruiting and retaining high profile and well-funded scientists. Funding for the FDP was gradually diminished, and eliminated from the state budget in… Read More

Fact Sheet: Impact of the New York State Academic Dental Centers (2012)

Established in 1960, the New York State Academic Dental Centers (NYSADC) is a consortium of the state’s five public and private academic dental centers. Its focus areas include advocacy on issues critical to dental education and oral health, the diversity and inclusion of dental students and dental school faculty, and the development of shared educational… Read More

Report on the Empire State Stem Cell Program (2012)

The 2012 Report on the Empire State Stem Cell Program is an update of the 2010 report that described the development and impact of New York State’s stem cell program. This report provides current data on the number of jobs created and maintained by NYSTEM funding at New York State’s medical schools and outlines recent… Read More

Health Information Technology and the Medical School Curriculum (2012)

“Medical schools must teach core biomedical informatics competencies that address health information technology (HIT), including explaining electronic medical record systems and computerized provider order entry systems and their role in patient safety; describing the research uses and limitations of a clinical data warehouse; understanding the concepts and importance of information system interoperability; explaining the difference… Read More

Fact Sheet: Impact of Medical Education in New York State (2012)

Incorporated in 1967, the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY) is a consortium of the sixteen public and private medical schools in New York State. Working in partnership with its members, AMSNY’s mission is to promote high quality and cost efficient health care by assuring that the medical schools of New York State can… Read More

The Impact of Medical Education on the State of New York (2010)

In July 2009, the Associated Medical Schools of New York (AMSNY), a statewide consortium of New York’s public and private medical schools, retained the services of Tripp Umbach, a private research organization, to conduct a study on the economic, research, community and social benefits of the State’s academic medical centers (the fifteen medical schools and… Read More

Criminal Background Check Report (2007)

In 2006 the Association of American Medical Colleges approved an AAMC-administered national criminal background check policy for applicants that have been accepted into medical school and enrolled students; the acceptance of applicants is contingent upon the results of the criminal background check report. This policy will be implemented in full for 2009 applicants. In response… Read More