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The NH Center for Public Policy Studies has been conducting research under grants from the Endowment for Health. This research focuses on public polices and private practices that affect the cost of health care, where it is provided, who gets it, and who pays for it. The ultimate goal of the project is to identify policies and practices that would maintain or enhance every resident’s ability to obtain quality health care at a reasonable price.
As part of our health care finance research, we devote considerable research attention to New Hampshire's Medicaid program, including trends, coverage, and reforms.
Publications here include coverage of general topics in health care in New Hampshire, including analyses of access and quality.
The Center has published a series of papers on mental health in New Hampshire, including work describing the prevalence of mental illnesses in New Hampshire's children, the use of medical services for mental health, the current workforce capacity for mental health services, and the state of evidenced-based practices across the state.
All of the Center's reports, presentations and other work are available, free of charge, to anyone with an interest in good information.