Welcome to the NH Providers Association

Mission & Vision
The mission of the NH Providers Association is to represent its members in advancing substance use prevention, treatment and recovery through public policy, leadership, professional development, and quality member services.
We envision a New Hampshire with an all encompassing continuum of care that successfully addresses the public health impacts of substance use.

NEW HAMPSHIRE HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE COALITION

NHPA is one of 44 health care organizations working to pass SB 308, a multi-pronged approach to addressing the workforce shortage. Rate reimbursement increases for Medicaid providers is a primary goal but the bill also proposes changes to telehealth; criminal background checks for new employees; administrative relief; and investments in the State Loan Repayment Program, to help us attract and retain staff.

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NEW MEDICAID RULE ALLOWS FOR BILLING OF MASTER'S LEVEL INTERN, PEER RECOVERY SUPPORTS

In November 2018, an update to the DHHS He-W 513 rule was passed by the Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (JLCAR). This rule outlines the requirements associated with the provision of substance use disorder services under Medicaid. The new rule is the result of a substantial review of best practices, lessons learned, and technical assistance provided to the state on a variety of issues. One such TA effort was the SAMHSA Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale, (BRSS TACS) project, which the Association participated in, to inform the changes to the recovery services in the rule. Key highlights of the new rule include:

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