Improving Behavioral Health Outcomes thru Tobacco Treatment
Join the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Division of Public Health Services, New Hampshire Providers Association, and the University of New Hampshire on May 8 for a workshop on strategies to effectively and efficiently prevent, treat, and manage a variety of physical illnesses with a behavior health component. Learn more
To ensure healthcare professionals have access to evidence-driven tobacco treatment strategies, the DHHS Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program has created a free online training curriculum. Learn more
NH DHHS: Public Health Advisory for Providers and Pediatricians on E-Cigs
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services calls attention to the potential harms of using electronic cigarettes, including nicotine addiction and exposure to chemicals. Learn more
What happens when I refer my patient to QuitWorks-NH?
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Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center – Lebanon is the first health system in New Hampshire to successfully implement electronic QuitWorks-NH referrals using Meaningful Use 2 technology! CONGRATULATIONS!