Medical Matters is an in-depth look at health care in New Hampshire, by Chris Dugan.
Citing potential “substantial saving for federal tax payers,” NH Governor Chris Sununu sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Alex Azar III Monday, requesting that HHS extend Demonstration Project #11-W-00298/1. READ MORE
Competitive Bidding, it’s not a new idea, cities and localities utilize it to get a lower price on-highway and construction projects. The construction companies come and place a bid for what they would charge READ MORE
The 76-year-old Sevigny, who will leave his post in mid-June, spent a recent spring morning with Medical Matters discussing his time at the helm of the New Hampshire Department (NHID) and some of initiatives his team has tackled over the past two decades. READ MORE
With the demise of Minuteman Health at the end of the 2017, two insurance co-ops had now exited the market leaving Anthem, which absorbed much of the former Minuteman book of business, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Ambetter as carriers on the state’s health insurance marketplace in 2018.
More than 200 leaders from across the state converged on Southern New Hampshire University’s Mara Hall on March 28 for a Dartmouth-Hitchcock hosted forum entitled The Real Cost To Business: The Mental Health and Addiction Crisis. READ MORE