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Legislative Update

 NHNPA Legislative Update         January 10, 2020

Now that it is the new year, the New Hampshire Legislature has finished the old and rung in the new. The House and Senate met this week to finish 2019 business. The bills that were not ready for passage or to be killed at the end of the 2019 session were worked on over the summer and fall.  Those bills were voted on this week either to move forward in 2020 or to die. The Senate took half a day to finish their business. The House took two full days to finish their business. 

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Meet and Greet: Short Bowel Syndrome


Hooked | Manchester, NH

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Government Affairs Committee

The NH Nurse Practitioner’s Association Government Affairs Committee invites you to an Advocacy training and working meeting for the 2020 NH legislative session. We will be hosting a legislative and advocacy training which all are welcome to attend.

Thursday January 9th 6-8pm at Divine Millimet Offices at 15 North Main Street Suite 300, Concord, NH 03301

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Excellence in Nursing

New Hampshire Magazine, in partnership with the New Hampshire Nurses Association, is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Excellence in Nursing Award. Help us honor the unsung heroes of the state’s healthcare community – those who go above and beyond to comfort, heal and educate – bringing to light how critical nursing is to achieving comprehensive healthcare.

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Dec 11 Meet & Greet


The Centennial Hotel | 96 Pleasant Street | Concord, NH

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Telehealth Survey

The UNH Telehealth Practice Center, an interdisciplinary center for telehealth learning and innovation, is conducting a statewide survey to understand how telehealth is used within the Granite State. We ask that you take 10 minutes of your time to fill out the following survey. By sharing this information from the perspective of your organization, you can help the Telehealth Practice Center provide the resources, trainings, and research necessary to further telepractice as well as increase accessibility to health care in New Hampshire. We would like to hear from a variety of health-related disciplines, and you do not currently have to be engaged in telepractice. These disciplines include, but are not limited to: traditional medical approaches, therapies, school health services, rehabilitation, counseling, community social services, and other programs related to social determinants of health. Please note that there are some questions specific to Information Specialists as we are trying to understand the broadbands. If you are an Information Specialist, you will be directed to a separate survey after the initial question. We are trying to understand broadband needs across New Hampshire.

Click here to access the survey.

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Meet and Greet: Outpatient Billing for NPs - Manchester

The Foundry | 50 Commercial Street | Manchester, NH
5:30 Registration | 6:00 Presentation & Dinner
Topic: Outpatient Billing for NPs
Presenter: Diane DeSantis from New England Accounts Receivable Management Inc.
RSVP by emailing [email protected]
NHNPA Regional Coordinator: Meaghan O'Leary 


Seeking APRN volunteers for two State of NH commission appointments

Are you interested in health policy and serving on a State of New Hampshire legislative commission?
NHNPA will be appointing an APRN to sit on each of the following committees: 
1) The Commission to Study Environmentally-Triggered Chronic Illness created by SB 85 and 2) The NH PDMP Advisory Council created by SB 120 (applicant should be an active prescriber of opioids in NH).  The time commitment is generally 1 - 2 meetings per month and can be variable Meetings are usually in Concord and during business hours. Specific terms can be obtained directly from the statutes. This is a great opportunity for NPs to shape health policy! If you are interested in either of these seats, please submit a letter of interest and your CV/resume to [email protected] by 7/30/19