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The State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Long Term Supports and Services has been awarded the opportunity through the Administration of Community Living (ACL) and the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities (NASUAD) to participate in a five State Learning Collaborative to strengthen the Business Acumen of New Hampshire’s Community Based Organizations (CBOs). CBOs include Area Agencies and other service providers that offer Medicaid Services. New Hampshire is participating along with Texas, New York, Maryland, and Missouri.

“Business Acumen” describes an organization's ability to quickly and keenly understand and address a business situation in a manner that will likely lead to a good outcome. The overall aim of New Hampshire’s Action Plan is to strengthen and prepare the Developmental Services System, including, but not limited to the ten Area Agencies, Providers, and BDS for the future of integrated healthcare services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders.

NH Business Acumen Steering Committee
The Collaborative develops committees which will drive the strategies and assign action steps for each NH Priority Area. These Committees will meet monthly and develop strategic plans for implementation of priority area. By April 2018, the committees will finalize the strategies and action steps.

The 3 committees are:

Business Acumen Tools


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