This meeting has been changed from in person to virtual via Zoom only.
Did we intimidate them Wednesday when we inundated and upsot the DHHS hearing by demanding genuine public access to a public meeting forum?
To attend this meeting via Zoom, you are required to register. To register in advance for this webinar, follow this link: Registration for NHVA Audit Committee Meeting
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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If you have any issues logging in on the day of the meeting, please email [email protected] or call 603-225-6633 to speak with someone.
PLEASE NOTE: You will need to use your own recording device if you plan on recording this meeting. You will be asked to declare your intention of recording this meeting at the beginning of the meeting.
The New Hampshire Vaccine Association (“NHVA”) is a not-for-profit voluntary corporation that works to improve access to childhood vaccines while lowering health care costs. NHVA funds New Hampshire’s universal vaccine purchasing program through a cooperative approach involving insurers, health care providers, and the New Hampshire Departments of Insurance and Health and Human Services.
NHVA does not set vaccine policy or create vaccine laws for New Hampshire. It collects and administers vaccine funding in New Hampshire so that the state can purchase vaccines for all children, regardless of income or insurance coverage.
NHVA was formed pursuant to New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated (“RSA”) Chapter 126-Q. This law became effective June 17, 2002, and NHVA was incorporated in November 2002. In 2013, the New Hampshire legislature revised RSA 126-Q to ensure that assessments are shared equitably among payers.
NHVA has hired an Administrator, Helms & Company, Inc., to manage the collection of insurer assessments and provide operations support to NHVA.