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July 25, 2014: Dr. Martin Hickey discusses the implications of the latest court rulings on ACA coverage subsidies (Dennis Domrzalski Dr. Martin Hickey, CEO of New Mexico Health Connections and New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange board member, told Albuquerque Business First on Friday that New Mexicans won't lose their federal health insurance ... (more)
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The annual children's clothing allowance through HSD provides a $50 payment per qualifying New Mexico child to purchase clothes for the upcoming school year.
NEW MEXICO IS A PROUD PLACE AND A NEW SURVEY RANKS US HIGH FOUR OUR LOCAL LOVE. BUT THERE'S ONE STATE THAT REPORTEDLY HAS US BEAT.
The newest insurer is CHRISTUS Health Plan of Texas, Franchini said during a meeting of the NMHIX board in Santa Fe.
The state's health insurance exchange governing board voted 11-1 to continue using the federal computer system for determining eligibility and to enroll individuals starting in November when the next open enrollment begins.
New Mexico decided Friday to stick with a federal online system for another year to enroll individuals in health insurance plans.
The New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange board voted Friday to stay with the federal health insurance exchange for individuals in 2015.
When wildfires pop up across New Mexico, it can be taxing on the State's resources.
SANTA FE >> State Auditor Hector Balderas says a federal Medicaid agency isn't planning to review a decision by Gov. Susana Martinez's administration last year to freeze payments to mental health providers because of alleged fraud and overbillings.
The State Department and the U.N. Human Rights Commission must become involved in stopping the escalating slaughter of Christians in the Middle East, according to Bill Richardson, the former governor of New Mexico.
Newswise - The cancer drugs, radiation therapy and cancer surgery available today help millions of people survive their cancer.
John Franchini, the state's superintendent of insurance, said refunds being issued by companies show the public isn't being overcharged.
SANTA FE >> The New Mexico Film Office released the final Phase 1 report of a study on the economic impact of the state's film incentive program.
Two Democratic lawmakers plan to ask the Legislature to revamp a $50 million annual cap on tax incentives for film and television production in New Mexico.
The New Mexico MVD has signed a long-term contract with New Mexico Interactive to continue its work with the department.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 04:20 pm
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