Project Intro

MAeHC was asked by New Hampshire stakeholders to provide Regional Extension Center (REC) services for the state and to apply for the ONC cooperative agreement on the state’s behalf – MAeHC won the agreement in late Fall of 2010 and operated REC for the State of New Hampshire (RECNH) through 2016. ECNH successfully engaged 1,000 Priority Primary Care Providers (PPCPs) and 13 Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) meeting is ONC targets.

At a Glance

Project

New Hampshire Regional Extension Center – Office of the National Coordinator

Situation

MAeHC was asked by New Hampshire stakeholders to provide REC services for the state and to apply for the ONC cooperative agreement on the state’s behalf – MAeHC won the agreement in late Fall of 2010

Results

MAeHC has served over 1,200 providers in New Hampshire and supported 13 Critical Access Hospitals. Fee-for-service works continues with Stage 2 of Meaningful Use

MAeHC Services

  • MAeHC designed, set up, and launched the REC in December of 2010
  • MAeHC met its target of 1,000 Priority Primary Care Providers (PPCPs)
  • MAeHC received funding to serve New Hampshire’s 13 Critical Access Hospitals
  • MAeHC is rolling out services to priority primary care providers for EHR vendor selection, practice process redesign, EHR implementation, and assistance with achieving stage 1 Meaningful Use
  • Project Management oversight for 18 sub-recipient organizations
  • Newsletter and centralized on-line access to support tools and HIT trends
  • Coordinate efforts for connection and implementation of HIE activities
  • Supporting curriculum and workforce development with UNH and several community colleges