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  • October 14, 2021

    Wolfeboro Consumer Fact Sheet on Proposed Transaction Between GraniteOne (Catholic Medical Center, Huggins Hospital and Monadnock Community Hospital) and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health

    On December 30, 2019, GraniteOne Health (GO) filed a notice of a proposed transaction with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health (D-HH). These systems propose to combine to form a NH-based, integrated, and regionally distributed health care system called Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health GraniteOne (D-HH GO). This fact sheet lists the potential benefits and potential concerns of the transaction and provides information about access, quality and costs of care.
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  • August 18, 2021

    Program Grant TI Application Template

    This template is for invited program targeted initiative grant applications.
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  • July 31, 2021

    NH Early Childhood Field Assessment: 3-Year Follow-Up

    The Behavioral Health Improvement Institute developed an assessment process, Field Assessment Tool (FASST) to estimate field development across 7 domains and 32 items based on key informant interviews. The FASST was first used to assess the conditions of NH’s Early Childhood (EC) field in 2018; this report examines the results of a repeat assessment three years later.
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  • July 13, 2021

    Summary of Health Care Workforce Development in Selected U.S. States - 2020 and 2021

    To help inform health care workforce development planning in New Hampshire, the Endowment for Health supported a review of the workforce development plans of other states with large rural areas to understand their structure, components (i.e., areas of focus and strategies), and implementation plans. Hope Worden Kenefick, MSW, Ph.D. reviewed and summarized relevant documents available for nine states and interviewed representatives from a sub-set of the states. In 2021, the consultant conducted an additional scan to learn about progress made in the nine states and to understand the efforts of four states identified as having made significant progress on health care workforce development.
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  • July 1, 2021

    VIDEO Healthcare Sustainability: Perspectives on Cost, Affordability, and Access

    Listen to the recording of the June 16, 2021 event "Healthcare Sustainability: Perspectives on Cost, Affordability, and Access," hosted by UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law and the Institute for Health Policy and Practice.
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  • June 25, 2021

    Health Equity: State-Level Promising Practices, Policies & System Reforms (Full Report)

    The “Health Equity: State-Level Promising Practices, Policies, and System Reforms Report,” completed in June 2019, proposes a framework for understanding how five states have significantly advanced efforts to promote health equity – attaining the highest level of health for all people. The report provides in depth profiles of health equity work underway in five states, namely Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin, all of which share commonalities with New Hampshire. The report aims to inform, affirm, and encourage NH state leaders to invest in health equity.
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  • June 25, 2021

    Health Equity: State-Level Promising Practices, Policies, and System Reforms Report (Executive Summary)

    The Executive Summary of “Health Equity: State-Level Promising Practices, Policies, and System Reforms Report,” completed in June 2019, provides a high level view of a framework for understanding how five states have significantly advanced efforts to promote health equity – attaining the highest level of health for all people. The Executive Summary provides spotlights of health equity work underway in five states, namely Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin, all of which share commonalities with New Hampshire. The report aims to inform, affirm, and encourage NH state leaders to invest in health equity.
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  • February 1, 2021

    NHPR COVID-19 Tracker

    Get the latest COVID-19 statistics and guidance for New Hampshire.
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  • January 13, 2021

    Summary of Health Care Workforce Development in Selected U.S. States

    To help inform health care workforce development planning in New Hampshire, the Endowment for Health supported a review of the workforce development plans of other states with large rural areas to understand their structure, components (i.e., areas of focus and strategies), and implementation plans. Hope Worden Kenefick, MSW, Ph.D. reviewed and summarized relevant documents available for nine states and interviewed representatives from a sub-set of the states.
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  • January 12, 2021

    Integrated Delivery Networks (IDN) Behavioral Health Workforce Capacity Development Summary

    Under a NH DSRIP 115 waiver, New Hampshire's IDN's have been working to address behavioral healthcare workforce shortages. The technical conclusion of the waiver which supports the IDN work was December 2020. This report by Hope Worden Kenefick, MSW, Ph.D. summarizes the work done, what was learned and what remains incomplete.
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  • December 22, 2020

    Covering the Care: Legal Update/December 2020

    This policy brief summarizes key health care cases including challenges to the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid work and community engagement requirements, due process rights for people with acute mental illness, state authority to regulate pharmacy benefit managers and access to reproductive health.
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  • December 21, 2020

    Covering the Care: Health Insurance Coverage in NH - 2020 Update

    This brief provides an overview of the health insurance landscape in NH, as well as updated policy explanations for shifts and changes in access. This update also includes a special section focused on premiums and deductibles in New Hampshire.
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