The DFS ranks automobile insurance companies doing business in New York State based on the number of consumer complaints upheld against them as a percentage of their total business over a two-year period. Complaints typically involve issues like delays in the payment of no-fault claims and nonrenewal of policies. Insurers with the fewest upheld complaints per million dollars of premiums appear at the top of the list. Those with the highest complaint ratios are ranked at the bottom.
The New York Climate Change Science Clearinghouse (NYCCSC) is a gateway for policymakers, local planners, and the public to access documents, data, websites, tools, and maps relevant to climate change adaptation and mitigation across New York State. The goal of the NYCCSC is to support scientifically sound and cost-effective decision-making by its users. It is a dynamic site where users can find information in multiple ways, including interactive tools that use data from different sources.
The Multifamily Performance Program (MPP) serves residential buildings with five or more units. Funds are targeted at energy efficiency measures that help to reduce on-site electricity, oil, natural gas, steam, and propane energy demand and energy consumption in multi-unit residential buildings. All buildings receive program support for energy assessments to identify and determine cost-effective measures, expected energy savings, and installation costs. Our dataset is then compiled from the information. The dataset includes information collected throughout the project application process and energy assessments from several NYSERDA-funded programs, including Multifamily Performance Program-Existing Buildings, Multifamily Performance Program-New Construction, and Multifamily Performance Program-Energy Star Pilot.
The Multifamily Residential Existing and New Construction Energy Efficiency Projects Reported by NYSERDA: Beginning 2005 dataset includes the following data points for completed projects: Project Name, Program Type, Building Address1, Building City, Building ZIP, Property County, Electric Utility, Gas Utility, Market Type, Number of Buildings, Number of Units, Application NYSERDA Approved Date, Project Completed Date, Funding Amount, Proposed Install Unit Cost, Total Estimated Electric Savings, Total Estimated Annual Energy Savings, and Total Estimated Electric Demand Reduction (MW). Information about the Projects’ measures, measure category, and estimated energy savings by fuel type can be found in the Multifamily Residential Existing and New Construction Energy Efficiency Measures Reported by NYSERDA: Beginning 2005 dataset.
Reported savings account for interactive effects between measures.
The PSYCKES antipsychotic polypharmacy measure data set provides a count of how many New York State Medicaid enrollees are eligible to be included in the measure (individuals prescribed any antipsychotic medication), the count of how many enrollees meet criteria for the flag (individuals prescribed two or more [2AP] or three or more [3AP] antipsychotic medications concurrently for more than 90 days), and the percentage of enrollees flagged.
New York State is moving Medicaid behavioral health services from a fee-for-service system into Managed Care.
OMH Medicaid Behavioral Health Measures were developed to help monitor the transition of mental health services from a fee-for-service to behavioral managed care.
The MH Engagement in Care dataset displays percentages of Medicaid discharges for members 6-64 years of age who were hospitalized in an inpatient setting with a primary diagnosis of mental illness that were followed by two or more outpatient visits, intensive outpatient encounters or partial hospitalizations for mental health treatment within 30 days of discharge.