SANTA FE – The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) and the Primary Care Council (PCC) today announced New Mexico was selected to participate in a Medicaid Primary Care Population-Based Payments Learning Collaborative to transform health care delivery in the state. New Mexico was chosen for its progress in adopting payment models that advance health equity and support the primary care workforce. HSD and the PCC have released the 2023 Primary Care Strategic Plan and Primary Care Payment Model Provider and Clinician Readiness Assessment which are now available for public comment. HSD will host a series of Primary Care Medicaid Payment Workshops to support providers and clinicians as a part of the continued work toward transforming health care delivery in the state.
Governor introduces bipartisan “Land of Enchantment Legacy Fund” proposal for land and water conservation
13 Views Historic investment would establish state’s first dedicated funding source for conservation, agriculture, outdoor recreation programs SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on