HB 630 – New HampshireStatus: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2018
AN ACT RELATIVE TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PUBLICLY TRANSPARENT INTERDEPARTMENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE AND ESTABLISHING A SPECIAL FUND: This bill establishes the state health information and analysis program. Under this bill, the commissioner of the department of health and human services, the insurance commissioner, the commissioner of the department of corrections, and the attorney general shall enter into a memorandum of understanding to collaborate in the development of publicly available information on health care system patient safety, cost, quality, access to coverage and care, system performance, and efficiency and information pertaining to the delivery and financing of the health care system in New Hampshire, including information on new health system projects and associated costs.
The bill establishes a health information and analysis planning council to provide consultation for the development of a public data resource for New Hampshire. The bill also establishes a fund for the implementation and administration of the requirements of the program.
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