$6.5 million in funding to aid innovations in the delivery of health care to New Yorkers The New York State Health Division has announced the creation of six regional demonstration projects totaling $6.5 million in grant awards to help address the complex health care needs of Medicaid recipients with chronic illness or at-risk for disease. The demonstrations will promote the development and implementation of innovative approaches to providing disease and care management services in the areas of heart disease, renal kidney failure, and mental illness, among other types of chronic disease to New Yorkers signed up for Medicaid.Hospitals in 2007, according to the latest News and Amounts from the Agency for Healthcare Study and Quality. According to the analysis by the federal company, the leading factors that women are admitted to the hospital are for childbirth and pregnancy. About 5 million of the 23.2 million medical center admissions for women had been related to delivery. Almost 2 million hospital stays for women involved coronary disease – the true number one killer of women. They included treatment of coronary artery disease, congestive center failure, heart attacks, atrial fibrillation and other types of irregular pulse, and chest pain without determined cause.