Building Health Policy Capacity
Policy change is often necessary to improve programs, systems and environments that contribute to better health outcomes for NH’s people, and ultimately to create strong human capital and a vibrant economy.
Through our strategic grant making process we are working with partners to enable policy and systems changes that are advancing some of the most critical health matters facing New Hampshire’s residents.
Our grantees work to ensure access to health care, research the impact of policy choices, communicate solutions to policy issues, support health provider systems to innovate practice and payment models, and engage citizens in health issues.
In addition, many of our grantees provide the core “backbone” services necessary for robust advocacy, knowledge and leadership to support health policy decision making.
Our health policy investments further our overall systems change approach of Field Building.
Our Strategic Grants are identified in partnership with key stakeholders. Interested applicants should contact Yvonne Goldsberry for more information.
Covering the Care: Health Insurance Coverage in New Hampshire | 2021
This brief provides updates to the Insurance Coverage and Marketplace “Covering the Care Briefs” that were previously published by the Institute for Health Policy and Practice at UNH, providing information about coverage in 2020 and 2021.
Equitable and Affordable Healthcare: A Shared Responsibility
Rising health costs and problems with affordability are impacting individuals and families and disrupting healthcare access across the country and in New Hampshire. Over 200 participants joined a discussion on what can be done to make healthcare equitable and affordable in New Hampshire.
Listen to the discussion.
Read the event summary.
AnnMarie French and Phil Sletten of the NH Fiscal Policy Institute lead rigorous research and analysis on the state budget.
Building Healthcare Partnerships, Democratizing Knowledge
The ECHO model connects interdisciplinary specialists with community-based practitioners to improve the delivery of healthcare. Quality and Clinical Improvement Director Marcy Doyle explains how the Institute for Health Policy and Practice is using the ECHO model for virtual learning opportunities that flip the script on how providers and practitioners partner with one another for better health outcomes.