The Rural Health Quality Improvement Network (R-QIN) offers a peer review network to assist individual critical access hospital peer review committees address quality improvement within their respective medical staff organizations. This allows combined resources for peer reviews that may otherwise be challenging to fulfill. For those members participating, the peer review network has an extensive amount of resources for different specialties that truly serve as PEER reviews.
Peer Review by Specialty
Peer Review by Year
The Foundation for Healthy Communities serves as the statewide leader and unified voice for New Hampshire’s hospitals and health systems. Founded in 1934, NHHA represents its members through advocacy, education and information in support of their mission to improve the health and well-being of the patients and communities they serve.