Recent research has shown that health care consolidations not only lower costs for health care consumers but also improve multiple indicators of quality patient care.
New Mexico is facing a healthcare provider shortage, exacerbated by challenges in medical malpractice payouts and high malpractice caps.
The Medicaid Forward Plan, introduced as House Bill 400, is aimed at creating a state-administered health coverage plan.
The recent shooting on the University of New Mexico campus should encourage crackdowns on criminals.
Today’s fresh employment numbers from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics are concerning.
State officials and New Mexico’s congressional delegation can do more to prevent future wildfires.
While the emergency was originally instituted with much fanfare, the executive orders are being quietly rescinded.
We urge the Department of Labor (DOL) to require transparency and disclosure to employers with respect to so-called “shared savings fees” under employer-sponsored health plans to better ascertain their propriety and impact upon millions of Americans.
Even employers with a single employee are obligated to implement a sick leave policy under the new law. Next month, on July 1, 2022, the New Mexico Paid Sick Leave Law will take effect. The Healthy Workplaces Act of 2021 requires all private employers, no matter the size, to pay sick leave to all employees. […]