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February 2020

Ohh will take over the duties as Chief Operating Officeroverseeing several vice presidents, directors, and numerous health and human services across the State. He joins the Partnership with more than 20 years' experience in non-profit healthcare, most recently as Chief Operations Officer/Chief Information Officer at Lowell Community Health Center in Lowell, MA. Och also serves as a commissioned officer in the Massachusetts Army National Guard in which he currently holds the rank of Major. Read more →

NHTI is pleased to announce the Spring opening of our Innovation Lab- a space where business, faculty and students will connect on project-based learning- free work for businesses and portfolio-building opportunities for students: a perfect collaboration. Join us on March 6th from 12-2pm at the Library/Learning Commons to learn about our students’ skills that will support the work that you need completed.  Faculty will share examples of possible projects and discuss project criteria. Read more →

Yesterday, President Trump released his budget that includes $1 trillion in cuts from Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act, further escalating his war on Americans’ health care. He also proposed reducing Medicare spending by hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade. Press reports quickly pointed out that these deep cuts to health care will leave vulnerable populations at further risk and are the opposite of what President Trump promised in his 2016 campaign for the White House.  Read more →

Last night, President Trump delivered his State of the Union Address which included a series of blatant lies about his health care record. Cable news shows and fact-checkers quickly pointed out the falsehoods in the president’s claims and explained all the ways his administration has worked to gut Americans’ health care in the last three years, especially in regards to protections for people with pre-existing conditions, the rising cost of prescription drugs and Medicare.  Read more →

During the State of the Union Address this week, President Trump is sure to bolster his self-proclaimed accomplishments on a wide range of topics, including health care. Chances are, he will not propose any policies to lower health care costs and expand coverage for Granite Staters. Instead, he will likely repeat empty promises on health care, as he has been doing since before the start of his presidential campaign.  Read more →