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Health Care Reform Survey 02/06/2019

We seek your input on how best to strengthen New Mexico’s health care safety net for children and families.

Your answers will help us identify and connect the work that you are presently doing and help us illustrate the actions taken by you as stakeholders, advocates and others.  Your efforts will shape an ‘actionable agenda’ that can guide our state and local leaders so that they may act to ensure children in New Mexico are getting the full advantages of health care reform.

Take the survey below or visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/hcrsurvey2019

Survey will close Friday, March 22nd

 

To learn more about this current project please visit: https://conalma.org/call-to-action-children-at-the-center/

Text CAHF to 22828 or Click Here to sign up for our “Health Care Reform Call to Action” mailing list.

 

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As a foundation that seeks to improve the health of our state’s diverse communities, Con Alma supports a fair and accurate census count of all who call New Mexico home. Visit our Census 2020 page for resources and information on how you can be more involved in this crucial effort: https://conalma.org/beyond-grantmaking/census-2020/

Health Equity in New Mexico Through the ACA

Achieving Equity in Health  for Children and Families  in New Mexico Through the Affordable Care Act
Con Alma Health Foundation released a report assessing how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been implemented in New Mexico. This comprehensive study focuses on ACA measures intended to increase health equity, in which everyone has an equal chance at living a healthy life regardless of a person’s ethnicity, income or zip code.

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New Mexico Children and 
Health Insurance Coverage

http://conalma.org/nm-children-and-insurance-maps/

The Affordable Care Act includes provisions that focus on improving quality of care for racial and ethnic minorities. In New Mexico about 70 percent of children are of color, and almost a third of children live in poverty. Interactive maps are available that detail seven categories of children’s insurance coverage by county. These maps are a useful tool for anyone interested in learning more about the insurance coverage of New Mexico’s children by such categories as race, place, gender and income.

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