Reports & Presentations
- Initiative's Behavioral Health Integration Learning Collaborative Releases Report
- New Hampshire residents will benefit from a health care system that integrates behavioral health into primary care, according to a report released by the University of New Hampshire’s Institute for Health Policy and Practice (IHPP) and the New Hampshire Citizens Health Initiative (NHCHI).
The learning collaborative also included the identification and exploration of challenges in payment for substance use disorder screening and treatment. According to the report, the state’s current opiate epidemic highlights the need for better screening for behavioral health issues, prevention and treatment referral in primary care.
The research, conducted in partnership with 60 organizations, is based on a philosophy of shared data and shared learning that emphasizes the importance of transparency across all stakeholder groups.
Twenty-five to 30 percent of visits for primary medical care either originate from or have a significant related behavioral health component. Research also found that depression and anxiety with a co-occurring chronic medical condition increase costs dramatically.
- NH Behavioral Health Integration Year 2 Opening Session, November 16, 2016
- Behavioral Health Integration: Making Sense and Moving Forward, September 14, 2016
- Break Out: Privacy and Confidentiality in Integrated Behavioral Health
- Resource: Resource Guide for Addiction and Mental Health Care Consumers
The Resource Guide for Addiction and Mental Health Care Consumers is part of a statewide educational effort to help consumers learn how to access health insurance and use their coverage to pay for necessary treatment. It was made possible through the generous support of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the Endowment for Health.
- Resource: Summary of NH Behavioral Health Privacy and Minor Consent Laws
- Resource: Summary of NH Law on Health Information Privacy
- Break Out: Screening and NH's New Opiate Prescribing Guidelines: Guidance for Primary Care and Specialty Practices
- Break Out: Understanding Proposed Medicare Physician Fee Schedule for Behavioral Health/Primary Care Integration
Catalyzing the Integration of New Hampshire's Public Health and Medical Care Systems to Promote and Protect Community Health
Citizens Health Initiative poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting
Northern New England Healthcare Transformation Learning Symposium
NH House Commerce & Consumer Affairs and Health & Human Services Committees
Healthcare Transformation Learning Symposium
New Hampshire and Maine stakeholders gathered at the University of New Hampshire on March 14, 2012 to share learning on health system transformation and payment reform strategies and aligning measurement across systems and states. Keynote speaker Jody Hoffer Gittell discussed Relational Coordination and the Transformation of Healthcare.
Amy Dobson, Director, Elliot Provider Network
- Accountable Care - The Overarching Vehicle for Rehabilitating Health Care - A New Hampshire Perspective
- 2009 HPDP Summary: Public Health and Personal Health System Integration in NH
- NH ePrescribing Issue Brief 2010
- A Strategic Plan for Integrating the Work of New Hampshire's Public Health and Medical Care Systems
Fall Forum Presentations
Conference on Health Payment Reform Presentations
Ned Helms, UNH Institute for Health Policy & Practice
Heather Staples, Citizens Health Initiative
Julie Lewis, Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice
Monica Ciolfi, State of NH, Administrator of Risk and Benefits
Elizabeth Mitchell, Former State Legislator, Maine Health Management Coalition
Carl Cooley and Jeanne McAllister, Center for Medical Home Improvement
Don Caruso, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Keene
Tom Buchanan, Derry Medical Center
Richard Lafleur, MD, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of NH
Kathleen Dunn, Department of Health and Human Services
A Strategic Plan for Health Information Technology & Exchange
By Patrick Miller
HPDP Kenote Presentation
John Higgins-Biddle, Ph.D