N.H. Medicaid program chosen for national health summit

Kibbe, Cindy
July 2008
New Hampshire Business Review;7/4/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 14, p27
The article reports on the selection of New Hampshire's Medicaid program as one of the eight state programs to participate in a health-care summit to be held in Washington, D.C. in July 2008. The purpose of the summit is to help develop innovation and widespread adoption of the patient-centered medical home model of health care delivery. Moreover, teams from selected states will share ideas form medical home demonstration and policy developments with other teams in a joint setting.


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