The Institute for Health Policy and Practice's efforts in the area of Health Analytics and Informatics transforms health data into actionable information to support data-driven decision-making.
For more information, contact Amy Costello at Amy.Costello@unh.edu.
Projects and Initiatives
NH Claims Report Suite
To better understand a broad range of issues related to the cost and utilization of health care services, IHPP maintains a suite of analytic reports based on NH medical and pharmacy claims data. The NH Claims Report Suite contains measures of types of service, burden of specific diseases and conditions, and use of medications, with the ability to drill down by population and geographic characteristics. This work was funded with support from the Endowment for Health. For more information about the data sources, please see the methods tabs within the report suite.
The NH Claims Report Suite works with Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari browsers.
Suggested citation: Institute for Health Policy and Practice. (2020). NH Claims Report Suite. [Dashboard]. Durham, NH: Center for Health Analytics and Informatics.
Oral Health Report Suite: UPDATED August 2020
To better understand the cost and use of oral health care services in New Hampshire, IHPP developed an Oral Health Report Suite. With funding provided by New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation, and guidance from the NH Oral Health Stakeholder Group, IHPP developed an on-line tool that is based on NH Medicaid fee-for-service and commercial dental claims data. For more information about the commercial claims data visit nhchis.org.
The Oral Health Report Suite works with Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari browsers.
Suggested citation: Institute for Health Policy and Practice. (2020). NH Oral Health Report Suite. [Dashboard]. Durham, NH: Center for Health Analytics and Informatics.
The APCD Council, formerly known as RAPHIC, is a federation of government, private, nonprofit, and academic organizations focused on improving the development and deployment of state-based all payer claims databases. The Council provides early stage technical assistance to states, develops Federal and payer partnerships, promotes data standards, and conducts educational events. The APCD Council is convened and coordinated by IHPP and the National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO).
Analytics for NH Department of Health and Human Services
Our team will provide analysis of claims data to DPHS in an effort to study prevalence, cost and utilization of healthcare services for several chronic diseases, including diabetes, hypertension and cancer from Medicare, Medicaid and commercial claims data.
We are also providing claims data analysis for a study of behavioral-health related mortality in Medicaid, a joint project between the Division of Public Health Services and the Office of Medicaid.
NH Purchasers Group on Health Analytic Reports
IHPP manages the analysis of data for the NH Purchasers Group on Health, a coalition of public purchasers working to improve quality and efficiency, affect healthcare trend, and share best practices on benefits, wellness and contracts. The analysis report includes a range of cost and utilization measures, including state-level benchmark reports.
Quality Assurance for NH All-Payer Claims Data (APCD)
IHPP develops protocols and completes the QA process for NH CHIS data to support the work of the NH Department of Health and Human Services.
Analysis of NH Oral Healthcare Claims Data
NH MEDICAID QUALITY INFORMATION SYSTEM
IHPP partners with the NH Department of Health and Human Services to support NH HealthWRQS, a web-based query analysis system that allows public health practitioners the ability to query data and view reports instantly about the health of New Hampshire communities.
NEW HAMPSHIRE MEDICAID ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD INCENTIVE PROGRAM
IHPP develops and administers the New Hampshire Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program for the NH DHHS. This federally-sponsored program provides incentive payments to Eligible Professionals and Eligible Hospitals as they demonstrate adoption, implementation, upgrade, or meaningful use of certified EHR technology. This incentive program is designed to support providers during this period of health information technology transition and instill the use of EHRs in meaningful ways to help our nation to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of patient healthcare.