Medicare card identification number transition from SSN required by year's end

August 19, 2019

Physicians/Providers/Suppliers have 20 weeks until all claims must be submitted with MBIs only

If a beneficiary has not yet received his/her new Medicare card, he/she must contact 1-800-Medicare
to update their home address to ensure another card can be mailed to the correct address.

As you are aware, Medicare Beneficiary Identifier and will replace the SSN-based Health Insurance Claim Number (HICN) for all Medicare Beneficiaries. 

Mosquito-borne Diseases, NH, 2019

On August 8, 2019, NH DHHS issued a health alert update on mosquito-borne diseases in New Hampshire.

Seeking Stories from Women Physicians

July 24, 2019

Volume 4 of the NHMS newsletter New Hampshire Physician will focus on "Women in Medicine".

Do you have a story you think is unique to you as a physician because you identify as a woman? We'd love to hear it!

Please send questions and/or copy to mary.west@nhms.org by August 5.

 

NH Physician Licensure Survey

Pursuant to RSA 329:9-f, the NH Division of Public Health Services, in collaboration with the NH Board of Medicine and Medical Society, is collecting key practice and capacity data from all licensed physicians in the state during the license renewal cycle. The survey is designed to collect general information regarding your current provider status and the locations at which you routinely practice medicine. The survey is available to complete on the renewal website during the license renewal cycle and will close on the date renewals are due to the Board of Medicine (6/30). Only physicians due to renew their NH medical license will have access to the survey. 

Access the survey

Questions? Contact the Health Professions Data Center at NHPhysicianSurvey@dhhs.nh.gov

Board of Medicine Medical Review Subcommittee Seeks Public Member

July 17, 2019

The Medical Review Subcommittee (“MRSC”) to the Board of Medicine (“Board”), pursuant to RSA 329:17, V-a, is looking for one (1) public member to serve on the MRSC.  

Seeking: Physician/Consultant, New Hampshire Board of Medicine

July 9, 2019

The New Hampshire Board of Medicine (“Board”) is soliciting written proposals from qualified physicians to serve as a consultant/investigator to the Medical Review Subcommittee (“MRSC”).  The position is an independent contractor.  The current consultant works 45 hours per month.

Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) NH Update

On June 28, 2019, NH DHHS issued a health alert update on per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in New Hampshire.

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