New Hampshire

How States Are Meeting the Needs of Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Epidemic

The opioid epidemic is having a devastating impact on children and families and placing a significant strain on states as they work to develop effective programs and find new funding to respond to this crisis. To address the crisis and promote healthy child development, states are implementing innovative whole-family approaches to prevention and treatment (see […]

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  • State Strategies to Meet the Needs of Young Children and Families Affected by the Opioid Crisis
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    The opioid epidemic continues to have devastating consequences for children and families across the country, with growing social and financial implications for states. The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), in partnership with the Alliance for Early Success, interviewed Kentucky, New Hampshire, and Virginia officials representing state Medicaid, child welfare, and behavioral health programs […]

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  • How Governors Addressed Health Care in Their 2018 State of the State Addresses

    Click here for a chart comparing the health topics each governor addressed. In their state of the state speeches, governors highlight policy successes and outline key proposals they want their legislatures to address. This year, governors highlighted health care issues such as Medicaid, behavioral health, and the opioid epidemic as policy priorities in these speeches. […]

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  • Toolkit: State Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes for People Living with HIV
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  • State Health Policy Blog

    State-run all-payer claims databases (APCDs) are a critical public resource and serve a unique function in the current era of health care reform. APCDs, which are operating in 18 states, provide fair and equal access to independently validated data that can both support evidence-based policymaking as well as help patients navigate the health care system. […]

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  • State of State speeches provide governors with an opportunity to highlight recent policy successes as well as outline key plans and issue areas of focus for the coming year. These speeches are generally strong indicators of governors’ main priorities and sometimes also include specific proposal suggestions and funding recommendations for deliberation by legislatures. Currently, 31 […]

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  • The NH Citizens Health Initiative has convened a multi-payer, multi-stakeholder medical home project since January 2008. Payments to pilot practices began on June 1, 2009, and ended on December 31, 2011. While Medicaid helped design the program, it did not join as a participating payer. Further information on the program is available online here. The NH […]

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    April 1, 2014 | Filed under: New Hampshire
  • In New Hampshire   In July of 2011 there were a total of 135,092 beneficiaries enrolled in New Hampshire’s Medicaid program, with none of these beneficiaries enrolled in managed care. However, beginning on December 1, 2013, the state transitioned from fee-for-service to a Medicaid care management program under a Section 1932(a) State Plan Amendment. Physical […]

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    December 5, 2013 | Filed under: New Hampshire
  • 2014 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – New Hampshire  2012 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – New Hampshire  2010 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – New Hampshire  2008 NASHP CHIP Fact Sheet – New Hampshire  Additional States’ CHIP Fact Sheets… Adobe Acrobat .PDF printable versions of the New Hampshire NASHP CHIP Fact Sheets Key Highlights: Program Type: New Hampshire […]

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    January 25, 2013 | Filed under: New Hampshire
  • NASHP’s Accountable Care Activity map is a work in progress; state activity pages will be launched in waves throughout Fall 2012.   At this time, we have no information on accountable care activity that meets the following criteria: (1) Medicaid or CHIP agency participation (not necessarily leadership); (2) explicitly intended to advance accountable or integrated […]

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    August 21, 2012 | Filed under: New Hampshire