TeleHealth News

 
 

June 16, 2016

 
 

THE VOICE OF TELEHEALTH IN NM

 
 

     Our world is becoming evermore dangerous and challenging. Conflicts of all kind are affecting us all in many ways. This is hardest on our children and young members of our society. Often they feel totally confused and have no idea how to deal with their loss or calamity. Their family members, themselves maybe in too much pain to help the children. If not properly addressed, the psychological affect could become a lifelong painful scar. Thus NM Telehealth Alliance would like to inform our members of this important NM program that helps these young people;
     "Since 2001, the Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico has been providing free support groups for young people ages 5-25 who’ve had a loved one die. To answer that need, CGC provides a free 3-day, 2-night camp, called Camp Corazon, for kids ages 7-senior in high school who are grieving the death of someone important to them.
     Camp Corazon offers traditional camp activities such as a challenge course, bonfire, songs and games. But it also provides a unique opportunity for kids who have lost a loved one to share feelings and memories with other kids who’ve been through something similar. Camp Corazon provides grieving children with age-appropriate coping skills that will help them manage grief in their day-to-day lives, even after they leave."

     We need volunteers to help at camp – as Big Buddies (working and camping side by side with each kid), Activity Leaders and in logistical support roles. Most volunteers return for multiple years because it’s FUN! Grief Center staff members are available to make presentations or talk further on the phone – please contact us at 505-323-0478 or info@childrensgrief.org.

 
 

In the News:

 

June 21-22, 2016 – Phoenix, AZ
          
It is summer time in NM
Reports Increase in Animal Plague and Tularemia   
 
AND we have a Hantavirus Death  
NM DOH

Colorado becomes 17th state to enact Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
FSMB 

Ghana is betting on telemedicine to help plug gaps in its rural healthcare system
QUARTZ
     
Over Forty States Are Now Members of PMP InterConnect  
NABP  

  States Attack a Severe Doctor Shortage
PEW Charitable Trusts
    

 
 

 Of Interest:     


Did you know that St. Cosmas and

St. Damian are the two patron saints of medicine.


 
 

How can TeleHealth help your Practice:


Be a saint and expand your practice to the
rural areas of our state through TeleHealth.

Ask us how.

Many state laws, including NM, require insurance companies to pay for TeleHealth consultation.


 
 

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Useful links:

    
American Telemedicine Association
 
Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
Con Alma Health Foundation

Federation of State Medical Boards
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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