The Rural Monitor
Articles by State: New Hampshire
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New Hampshire state guide.
August 31, 2022
A skilled nursing facility in New Hampshire and national experts share the benefits telehealth services can bring to the residents and staff of rural long-term care facilities as well as the challenges some facilities face in providing these services.
March 9, 2022
Health literacy experts share that as healthcare delivery moves from bedside to webside, new opportunities for health literacy education arise. Emphasizing the need to swap medical jargon for plain language, educators outlined best practices for teaching health literacy principles to healthcare profession trainees.
November 25, 2020
Alisa Druzba, director of the New Hampshire's Office of Rural Health and Primary Care, discusses her journey to becoming a SORH director, the ways her state has been affected by the pandemic, and the favorite parts of her job.
May 30, 2018
Super-utilizers are those patients who are hospitalized multiple times each year and, due to circumstances outside their control, are unable to make the changes needed to keep them out of the ER. Three rural Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are working on reducing these readmissions and improving their super-utilizers' health.
February 17, 2016
How can healthcare improve on quality? Four FORHP grantees share their stories of how even the smallest clinics can accomplish an overhaul of workflow and quality methods.
August 20, 2014
Crete Area Medical Center Physicians' Clinic and Ammonoosuc Community Health Services are among the very few rural safety net providers that have achieved Level 3 PCMH recognition.