MapNH Health provides a lens through which we can look at New Hampshire's health and healthcare landscape over the next two decades. By understanding how our population, health behaviors, outcomes, cost of care, and our access to healthcare will change over time, we can start to talk about how to meet New Hampshire's future health and healthcare needs.
The interactive MapNH Health website provides information mapped geographically by County and Healthcare Service Area; users will be able to see graphical projections of future demographics, health behaviors, and outcomes.
The MapNH Health Project will also engage stakeholders around the state, including consumers, policy makers, business and industry leaders, hospitals and health systems, social service providers, public health professionals and educator, in community conversations that will examine what might happen, given current trends, in order to formulate plans and public policy that will address New Hampshire's future health.
Stakeholder Advisory Group
MapNH Health has benefitted from assistance provided by its Stakeholder Advisory Group and a broad spectrum of organizations and agencies including: Bi-State Primary Care Association, Community Health Institute, Foundation for Healthy Communities, NH Purchasers Group on Health, NH Hospital Association, NH Voices for Health, The Dartmouth Institute, NH Department of Insurance, NH Division of Public Health Services, NH Office of Energy and Planning, NH Department of Transportation, NH Medical Society, AARP, Endowment for Health, Nashua Regional Planning Commission, North Country Health Consortium, the Rippel Foundation, NH Business and Industry Association, Granite United Way, Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital, Healthy NH Foundation, United Way, UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Office of Minority Health and Refugee Affairs.
Funding for MapNH Health has been provided by the Endowment for Health, AARP, and UNH/DHHS.