The New Hampshire Institute of Health Policy and Practice, an applied research institute located within the College of Health and Human Services at the University of New Hampshire, will deploy SAS Claims Analytics for all-payer claims database , for its analyses of geographic and regional costs and quality to support Accountable Care Development.
“The ability to quickly explore health data will greatly improve health care policy decision-making,” said Josephine Porter, accredited master of public health, deputy director, New Hampshire Institute of Health Policy and Practice (NHIHPP). “Our partner sites statewide will soon be able to easily access and visually display population, cost and utilization data. This will enable our project partners to interpret and discuss results much more effectively. This system also advances transparency by letting the public view analyses at state and regional levels.”
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