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New Hampshire gets $2M health care grant to improve access


CONCORD, New Hampshire — New Hampshire has received $2 million from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to work with providers and payers on improving access to health care services.

The grant will allow the state Department of Health and Human Services to develop a model that builds on efforts to enhance New Hampshire's care delivery and payment systems, such as implementing the health care expansion plan signed by Gov. Maggie Hassan this year, strengthening community-based mental health care and implementing the Medicaid Care Management Program.

The grant, effective Feb. 1, 2015, will be used over a year.

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