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Report Purpose

The purpose of these reports is to provide a view of New Hampshire’s health care system around measures of cost, utilization and quality. It is intended for use by informed public users and participating Accountable Care Learning Network (ACLN) organizations. The ACLN convenes key health care system stakeholders throughout New Hampshire with the focus to highlight key health care issues, to share learning from experiences and from available data and to develop action plans that can be implemented by health care innovators in New Hampshire.

 

Report Overview

The purpose of these reports is to provide a view of New Hampshire’s health care system around measures of cost, utilization and quality. These reports are based on data from the New Hampshire Comprehensive Health Care Information System (NHCHIS), which aggregates claims and eligibility data for NH based health insurance policies. The full report suite includes metrics for Commercial, Medicaid and Medicare insured members in New Hampshire.

The measures report measures to quantify total medical costs, utilization rates and quality adherence rates for populations that have been attributed to a primary care provider or have been attributed to behavioral health providers. Additional background information on the analytic report suite and a demo of the report tool can be viewed on the SAS® Talks Webinar Series: Using Visual Analytics for Truly Accountable Care.

For additional information on how to use these reports, please refer to the NH Accountable Care Project: Analytic Report User Guide.

 

For additional information on the attribution methodology used, please refer to the NH Accountable Care Project Attribution Methodology.

 

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