New Mexico Telehealth Alliance Looks Ahead to Strengthening Care in New Mexico

Updated: Apr 30

NMTHA Debuts New Membership Options, Website and Logo

March 10, 2021 - With an eye toward the future, the New Mexico Telehealth Alliance (NMTHA) is excited to announce our new membership options, along with a newly designed website and a new logo.

“Thanks to our work at the Alliance, and a terrific legislature, New Mexico enjoys one of the most progressive telehealth statutes in the country,” said NMTHA Board Chair, Beth Landon.

She added, “Our work continues. The New Mexico Telehealth Alliance exists to support you amidst telehealth's explosive growth, providing useful resources in a variety of formats, and mechanisms for us to convene and share.”

With that in mind, the new website offers the latest news in telehealth, links to bills related to telehealth currently moving through our legislature, telehealth resources, lists upcoming events including telehealth-related webinars and information on NMTHA projects plus a new members-only area.

NMTHA members will have exclusive access to archived videos of past webinars, a community forum, and a blog highlighting trends and news in telehealth. Also as part of the new membership structure, members and sponsors can attend future webinars presented by the NMTHA for free.

For a limited time, recordings of all webinars currently being hosted by the NMTHA will be available for free on our website. After July 1, these webinar archives will move to the member-only area.

Connect with us and participate in strengthening New Mexico's capacity to provide care across our vast state. Visit our new website at You can also connect with us on LinkedIn and Facebook!

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