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Special Medical Services, the New Hampshire Title V Program for Children with Special Health Care Needs, administers health programs and services for children ages' birth to 21 years, who have, or are at risk for, a chronic medical condition, disability or special health care need.

Special Medical Services (SMS) provides leadership in building and promoting a community-based system of services that is family centered, comprehensive, coordinated and culturally competent.

Special Medical Services provides medical and financial services to children with special health care needs (CSHCN). Children with special health care needs are those who have, or are at increased risk for, chronic physical, developmental, behavioral, or emotional conditions, which require health and related services of a type beyond that, required by children generally.

Special Medical Services (SMS) helps NH families with health information and support services, and helps them with specialty health care services for their eligible children.

SMS provides care coordination services; support for child development and neuromotor clinics; nutritional and feeding/swallowing consultation; psychological and physical therapy services; and support for the NH Family Voices and Partners in Health programs.

child in bedNH Partners in Health Program
The NH Partners in Health (PIH) program is a comprehensive, community-based service model designed to address family support needs of children with chronic health conditions and their families. Program components are directed to effect changes at the family, school and community level (i.e., community agencies, local community members, local businesses)

 

SMS Software Application Help Guide and Release Notes
Software User Guide Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol for use by the SMS Providers. The guide is used as a navigation tool for the SMS application software. Explains the data entry policy and procedures including a how to guide for more complex data entry.

Release Notes Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol include additional enhancements available with each application release and version.

 

Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol Adobe Acrobat Reader format. You can download a free reader from Adobe.

 
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