The bulleted resources below are materials from the January 11th, 2013 convening on Health Care Reform in Las Cruces. The convening served to update nonprofits, government agencies, and businesses on new activities and changes related to health care reform over the past year since the “BluePrint for Health New Mexico: Health Care Reform Implementation Work Plan” report was released in November 2011. The convening also provided an opportunity for networking, information sharing, and discussion on needs and gaps in health care reform implementation in New Mexico. The materials below served as speaker handouts at this convening.
- New Mexico Health Equity Partnership – Jessica Espinoza-Jensen, New Mexico Health Equity Partnership
- The Economic Impact of the Affordable Care Act – Kelly O’Donnell, PhD
- New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils – Ron Hale, New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils
- Proposed Legislation for 2013 – Linda Siegle, Resources for Change, Inc.
- Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Exchanges Nick Estes, Deputy Policy Director of New Mexico Voices for Children
- The Affordable Care Act after the Supreme Court Decision of June 28, 2012 – Pameyla Herndon, Executive Director of The Southwest Women’s Law Center
- The Medicaid Opportunity In New Mexico – Kelsey McCowan Heilman, Staff Attorney at New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty
- The Affordable Care Act and American Indians – Roxane Spruce of Bly Ninety-Six Degrees, Inc.
- Health and Human Services Alliance – Silvia Sierra, Director of Doña Ana County Health and Human Services Department
- New Mexico Health Connections: A New Way of Providing Affordable and Better Care – Tamaya Toulouse Executive Assistant to CEO and COO at New Mexico Health Connections
- El Impacto Económico De La Ley Del Cuidado Médico Accesible – Kelly O’Donnell, PhD
- La Oportunidad De Medicaid En Nuevo México – Quela Robinson, Staff Attorney at New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty
- The Affordable Care Act after the Supreme Court Decision of June 28, 2012 (En Español) – Pameyla Herndon, Executive Director of The Southwest Women’s Law Center