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December 15, 2016

 
 

THE VOICE OF TELEHEALTH IN NM

 
 

    With the people of the Middle East it was the custom of the great families to send their children into the desert, to spend part of their childhood amongst one of the Bedouin tribes.
    It was for the children to breath the desert's fresh air, their bodies to feel the desert wind, sand and sun. And their souls to drink the bounty of the desert.
    In the desert, one is conscious of the immortality of space, and in virtue of that realization escape the domination of time.
    By striking camp one can slough off the yesterdays, and tomorrow seems less of a fatality.
    Is it any wonder then, that all God’s prophets were born and lived in the desert?
    To fully understand God’s true nature, maybe we too should spend part of our childhood in the desert, and discover why Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Mohammad spent their early life in the wilderness.
    Perhaps then, we can appreciate the kindness that God wants us to have toward each other. Maybe then, we too can look out and see the light of God.
    For now let us celebrate and thank the Lord and count our blessings for all that He has given us and for this great nation of ours. Let us pray and resolve to share our blessings with those less fortunate around the world through the gift of our profession.  [ R. G. ]

From all of us at 
NM Telehealth Alliance

Have a Merry Christmas 
and Happy Holidays!

    

 
 

In the News:

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Embracing Medical Education’s Global Mission  
AAMC

Malaria control improves for vulnerable in Africa  
UN WHO

Rural Arkansas schools to go telemedicine route   
ATA

  Drone-delivered health care in rural Appalachia  
Clinical Advisor 

Is this the future of medicine as well; 
New technology lets scientists see, touch and smell on the nanoscale
 
&
Understanding the health benefits of fermented foods  
EU Research & Development   
   
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Of Interest:

    On Dec. 16, 1770 Beethoven was born and by 1814 he was deaf.
    Here are some modern musicians you may not know that have hearing problems; Pete Townshend, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Will.i. am, Brian Wilson, George Martin, Phil Collins, Ozzy Osbourne, and Neil Young.
     And here are three Nobel Price winners who were deaf;  Charles Henri Nicolle, the first deaf person to win the Nobel Prize - for Physiology in 1928.
Charles Sherrington, 1932 Nobel Prize winner in medicine.
Sir John Warcup Cornforth, won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1975.

 
 

How can TeleHealth help your Practice:

Presently hundreds of healthcare
vacancies are listed
by the
NM Health Resources for New Mexico:


Consider expanding your practice of
ENT to the rural areas of our state
through TeleHealth.


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Many state laws, including NM,
require insurance companies to
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Con Alma Health Foundation

Federation of State Medical Boards
Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
National Rural Health Association
New Mexico Broadband Program
New Mexico Department of Health
NM Health Resources
The NM Dept of Information Technology
NM legislature

Upcoming NM Legislative meetings
NM Medical Board
New Mexico Rural Hospital Network
UNM Center for Telehealth
UNM HSC
UNM Project ECHO
World Health Organization (WHO)

 
 

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