Tag Archives: New Hampshire

New Hampshire Finalizes Opioid Prescribing Rules

New Hampshire is starting 2017 with stepped-up efforts to manage its oft-described opioid epidemic.  Though the most recent regulations are directed at individual prescribers, and do not apply to the administration of opioids to patients in a health care setting, now is the time for New Hampshire hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, urgent care facilities, and … Continue reading this entry

Will New Hampshire Offer Medicaid Telehealth Coverage?

A single sentence at the end of New Hampshire’s new telemedicine law could mean the Granite State will, sometime in 2016, join other states in offering Medicaid FFS coverage of telehealth services. The very end of SB 84 includes this sentence: “Medicaid coverage for telehealth services shall comply with the provisions of 42 C.F.R. section … Continue reading this entry

Six Ways to Take Advantage of New Hampshire’s New Telemedicine Law

A physician in New Hampshire can now establish a valid doctor-patient relationship without needing a prior in-person exam. This is among several recent changes in New Hampshire’s telemedicine laws that offer new opportunities for telemedicine companies and healthcare providers, so long as they can quickly adapt their business models and finalize their contractual arrangements soon. … Continue reading this entry