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DHHS Commissioner Releases Letter Regarding Temporary Suspension of Medicaid Community Engagement Requirement
July 8, 2019 - DHHS Jeffrey A. Meyers has submitted a letter "Determination and Findings Relative to the Granite Advantage Community Engagement Requirement Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol" to Governor Christopher Sununu, Senate President Donna Soucy, and House Speaker Steve Shurtleff, making findings relative to the Community Engagement requirement for the Granite Advantage Health Care Program.
NH DHHS Issues Certificate to Sanctuary ATC to Open Therapeutic Cannabis Dispensary in Conway
July 3, 2019 - DHHS has announced that Sanctuary ATC has received a registration certificate to begin operations at its new dispensary location in Conway. Sanctuary expects the Conway dispensary will open to qualifying patients and designated caregivers on Saturday, July 6, 2019.
Statement from DHHS Commissioner Meyers RE Letter to Legislative Budget Leaders on Proposed Medicaid Rate Increases
June 11, 2019 - New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Commissioner Jeff Meyers has written to Finance Chairs Senator Lou D’Allessandro and Representative Mary Jane Wallner outlining concerns with the proposal in the Senate-passed version of House Bill 2 (HB2) to raise Medicaid rates.
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Issues Update about Measles in New Hampshire
May 23, 2019 - The DHHS) Division of Public Health Services has issued an update in the ongoing investigation into potential exposure to measles in the Keene area. DHHS has received additional laboratory test results that suggest that the patient’s symptoms were not due to infectious measles, and the public is not currently at risk for measles from this individual.
DHHS Announces May 29th Public Meeting in Keene on Proposed Therapeutic Cannabis Dispensary
May 21, 2019 - DHHS has announced a public meeting regarding a proposed Alternative Treatment Center therapeutic cannabis dispensary in Keene, NH, to be operated by Temescal Wellness. During the public meeting, officials from the DHHS Therapeutic Cannabis Program and representatives from Temescal Wellness will make brief presentations and answer attendees’ questions.
DHHS Identifies Measles in New Hampshire Resident
May 19, 2019 - The DHHS Division of Public Health Services has identified a New Hampshire resident diagnosed with measles. The infection occurred in a child, and the source of the infection is still under investigation.

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