New Hampshire Feasibility Study for Programming to Promote Independence and Community Living for Dual-Eligible Individuals

Resources and meeting information for stakeholders about New Hampshire’s efforts to assess the feasibility of programs that promote independence and community living for dual-eligible individuals

DHHS is determining New Hampshire’s capacity to develop a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and/or a Dual-Eligible Special Needs Plan (D-SNP) program that promotes independence and community living for dual-eligible individuals. Over the next several months, DHHS is partnering with ATI Advisory, a research and advisory services firm, to conduct mixed methods analyses on the feasibility of launching PACE and/or D-SNP programs in New Hampshire.

As a part of the project, DHHS is soliciting input from stakeholders including dual-eligible individuals, advocacy organizations, community organizations and providers who work closely with these populations to understand barriers and facilitators to developing a program that will promote independence and community living for dual-eligible individuals.   
 

Upcoming Meetings (click meeting title for details)

ATI Advisory Presenters:

  • Brianna Ensslin Janoski, Practice Director, State Program and Policy at ATI Advisory 
  • Tina Hansen Pickett, Managing Director, Complex Care Programs, Policy, and Research at ATI Advisory 
  • Cleo Kordomenos, Senior Analyst, State Program and Policy at ATI Advisory 

Meeting Information:  

July 2, 2024

July 10, 2024

Details on future meetings will be added as available. A final report on DHHS’ and ATI Advisory’s feasibility study will be made available Fall 2024. 

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About ATI Advisory

ATI Advisory is a research and advisory services firm working to promote the health and well-being of individuals with complex health and social needs through payment and delivery system innovation across the public and private sectors. 
 

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