NH DSRIP Evaluation Design
Per CMS requirements, New Hampshire must conduct an independent evaluation of the DSRIP demonstration and submit an evaluation design to CMS for approval. The purpose of the evaluation is to determine whether the NH DSRIP Demonstration was effective in achieving its goals. To submit public comments regarding the NH DSRIP Evaluation Design, please e-mail your comments to MedicaidQuality@dhhs.nh.gov. Public comments will be received through 12/1/2016.
Project Plan Template
- In response to requests received by the Department for an additional opportunity to comment on the DRAFT IDN Project Plan Template, we welcome comments until Thursday, August 11, 2016 at noon. Please submit feedback on the draft project plan template to: 1115Waiver@dhhs.nh.gov
- Project Plan Template
- NH DSRIP Project Plan Supplemental Data Workbook
- Project Plan Template Questions
- Project Plan Point Values
NH DSRIP IDN Application
The NH DSRIP IDN application is posted below. Please expect to see the IDN Application released through a formal solicitation process early this week. Please follow the communication guidelines outlined in that solicitation.
Draft Project Metric and Specification Guide
Public comment on the Draft Project Metric and Specification Guide will be accepted through May 23rd, 2016. Comments can be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
10 Things You Need To Know About DSRIP
Request for Non-Binding Letters of Intent
DHHS requests non-binding letters of intent from those entities interested in acting as potential administrative leads for an Integrated Delivery Network by April 4, 2016. Potential Administrative Leads are strongly encouraged to submit non-binding Letters of Intent to the state by April 4th, 2016.
New Hampshire's Transformation DSRIP 1115 Medicaid Waiver represents an unprecedented and unique opportunity for New Hampshire to strengthen community-based mental health services, combat the opioid crisis, and drive health care delivery system reform. The program will be spearheaded by regionally-based networks of providers, or Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs), that will design and implement projects in a geographic region.
Letters of Intent Received
New Hampshire received several Letters of Intent from entities interested in serving as an Administrative Lead. The state requested these LOIs to foster communication among organizations about which entities are considering participating in the DSRIP 1115 initiative. DHHS will continue to accept LOIs from interested parties through April 18, 2016. No entity is precluded from serving as an Administrative Lead or participating in an IDN for not submitting an LOI. Below are the LOIs received through April 4, 2016.
- Capital Region Health Care
- Catholic Medical Center
- Center for Life Management
- Cheshire Medical Center
- Community Action Partnership of Strafford County
- Community Health Services Network
- Community Partners Behavioral Health & Developmental Services of Strafford County
- Goodwin Community Health
- Harbor Homes
- Indian Stream Health Center
- Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital
- Merrimack County
- North Country Health Consortium
- Seacoast Mental Health Center
- Southern New Hampshire Health System
- Strafford County
Public Information Session
- Building Capacity for Transformation, Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Public Information Session, 12/19/2014
Public Comment Period
- Building Capacity for Transformation Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Application Addendum, 06/30/2014
- Building Capacity for Transformation Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Application Amendment, 2/25/2015
- Building Capacity for Transformation, Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver, Public Hearing Presentation, 05/12/2014
- Public Notice for Proposed Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Application, 04/21/2014
- Abbreviated Public Notice for Proposed Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver Application
- List of Medicaid Members by Town
- An Approach to New Hampshire Health Care Reform and NH’s "Building Capacity for Transformation" Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver, 04/21/2014
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