Lovelace Women’s Hospital has been ranked third in the country for Modern Healthcare’s 100 Best Places to Work for 2013. This is the fifth year in a row that the hospital has been recognized by the health care industry publication.
Nearly 26,000 New Mexicans are having health plans terminated at the end of the year because the insurance policies fail to provide expanded benefits and other coverage mandated by a federal health care law, according to insurance industry officials.
State Insurance Superintendent John Franchini estimates most of those individual policyholders will pay an average of 35 percent more for new coverage, but will have plans with more health care benefits.
Lovelace Health System held its 5th Annual “Don’t Bug Me” flu event in October at Adobe Acres Elementary School.
More than 40 third-graders learned proper hand-washing techniques and received information on flu prevention from health professionals, including an Albuquerque Public Schools nurse. There was also a demonstration on how germs spread with Glo Germ and a black light.
A huge honor for Lovelace Women's Hospital. It's been ranked 3rd in the country by Modern Health Care's 100 Best Places to Work for 2013. Selection is based on information provided from both employers and employees. Lovelace Women's Hospital is the only hospital in New Mexico recognized by the magazine.
According to a recent U.S. Department of Health and Human Services report, the top 1 percent of health care users in the U.S. accounted for 21.4 percent of the $1.3 trillion Americans spent on health care in 2010.