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Past event: November 19, 202

Over the last year we have seen robust, but potentially short-lived, advances in telehealth policy in New Hampshire. As the urgency around the pandemic rolls off, telehealth-related issues have the potential to move into a new phase. To stay ahead of these opportunities and to guide public policy, the NH Telehealth Alliance hosted the Public Policy Summit virtually on Friday, November 19. Those that tuned in included industry leaders, technology and healthcare providers, policymakers, other public leaders and regulatory agencies, to address emerging issues and engage in impactful discussion.

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Matt Salo

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Deb Fournier

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Mei Kwong

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Stephanie Katz

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Mark Laliberte

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Kyle Rosner

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Jim Monahan


Welcome and Introductions

Jim Monahan, Founder, NH Telehealth Alliance

Future-proofing a State's Broadband Investment

Kyle Rosner, Deputy Broadband Advisor, Office of Governor Ralph Northam

The Evolution of Behavioral Health Access during the Public Health Emergency

Stephanie Katz, Assistant Vice President, Public Policy and Advocacy, Policy Department, National Council for Mental Wellbeing

Federal Perspective on Telehealth

Deb Fournier, Policy Advisor, NH Telehealth Alliance
Mei Kwong, Executive Director, Center for Connected Health Policy

Matt Salo, Executive Director, National Association of Medicaid Directors

Broadband Deployment in NH

Mark Laliberte, Broadband Project Manager, NH Division of Economic Development

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