Registration for NH PDMP Required

Under Section 318:B33 of the Controlled Drug Prescription Health and Safety Program (NH PDMP), all prescribers and dispensers authorized to prescribe or dispense schedule II-IV controlled substances within the state shall be required to register with the program. Only registered prescribers and dispensers (and their delegates) shall be eligible to access the program.

If you have a NH license and a DEA registration (from any state) you are required to register with the NH Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP). 

Military Culture Awareness Training

In an effort to enhance the military cultural competency of NH clinical service providers, NH DHHS has set aside $100,000 for reimbursement to CMHCs, hospitals, and private mental health practitioners to offset lost billable time incurred by staff who participate in approved military culture awareness webinar training. Easter Seals NH Military & Veteran Services, through a contract with NH DHHS, is managing the reimbursement process.

Contact NH Senators in support of SGR repeal

Effective today: 21% Medicare physician payment cuts!  Now is the time to reverse those cuts. 

Feb. 13 Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Summit

The United States Attorney's Office and the State of New Hampshire - Board of Pharmacy will present a multidisciplinary program at Southern New Hampshire University's Dining Center from 8:30 am -3:00 pm.

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Health Alert: Influenza Update #2

NH DHHS has issued another health alert regarding influenza season update, regarding influenza-associated parotitis.

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Jan. 30 PQRS Webinar

In 2015, professionals and group practices who are eligible to participate in the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) program can avoid a negative payment adjustment in 2017 by reporting on quality information and submitting the data to CMS.

The Regional Extension Center of New Hampshire is offering a free webinar about participating in the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) on Friday, January 30, 2015, from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

New Substance Abuse Treatment Locator Website

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has launched a new website directory for locating substance abuse treatment services in New Hampshire.The site,, will help both individuals seeking services and providers who are seeking care for patients.

Ebola Update #3

N.H. DHHS has issued an official health alert regarding Ebola Virus Disease Preparation in New Hampshire.

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