Health

Today, a group of New Hampshire citizens joined Senator Tom Sherman and Protect Our Care NH for a virtual forum to call on Concord and Congress to take action to lower the high cost of prescription drugs in the Granite State, where women have been disproportionately impacted by high prescription drug costs.  Read more →


The New Hampshire Public Health Association (NHPHA) is pleased to announce that it has welcomed Tamera Carmichael, Executive Director for the Partnership for Public Health, to its Board of Directors for a three year term.  Read more →


 A new report from AARP shows that even as the COVID-19 pandemic drove Americans out of work, and cost millions of people their health coverage, prescription drug prices increased at twice the inflation rate of the U.S. economy in 2020.  Read more →


The New Hampshire Public Health Association (NHPHA) is pleased to announce that it has welcomed Bryan L’Heureux, Community Health Partnership Coordinator, Sr with the Population Health team at Dartmouth-Hitchcock to its Board of Directors for a three year term.    Read more →


Roughly 3.7 million more Americans eligible for financial assistance to buy health coverage under the American Rescue Plan Read more →


Keynote speaker Dr. Anna Adachi-Mejia asks: What is possible? as NH looks towards the future in designing a path forward to help people and communities exercise resilience and thrive Read more →


An average of three out of five eligible uninsured Americans can access $0 plans after advance payments of tax credits and an average of four out of five current HealthCare.gov consumers will be able to find a plan for $10 or less per month after advance payments of tax credits Read more →