Lovelace Launches New Website

KOB-TV June 04, 2013

Lovelace Health System has launched a new website at healthcareinformednm.com to get everyone up to speed about health care reform. Lovelace says it’s designed to keep people aware of the changes that are occurring in health care form and how they affect you. 

Lovelace Sets up Health Care Reform Help

ABQ Journal May 31, 2013

Lovelace Health System said Thursday it has launched a new website and educational meetings to inform the public about health-care reform and health-care exchanges.  The website, www.healthcareinformednm.com, was specifically designed to educate the public with easy to understand information on health-care reform. This site includes a section on common questions and answers, background...

Lovelace Joins Efforts to Explain Insurance Changes

Albuquerque Business First May 31, 2013

By Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First Lovelace Health Plan CEO Ben Slocum said of the firm’s new health care reform website is meant to make it easier for people to understand what is changing.Lovelace Health Plan has launched an effort to educate its customers and the public about the health care reform law and health insurance exchanges.The program includes a website...

City of Albuquerque Seniors Breakfast

KRQE May 30, 2013

Volunteers help make the City of Albuquerque a better place and today those 55 and older were honored with their very own breakfast. The City’s Department of Senior Affairs and Lovelace Medicare Plan held a recognition breakfast for senior volunteers at the Hotel Albuquerque in Old Town and these volunteers do a little of everything. City Director of Senior Affairs, “You’ll find them in hospitals...

Lovelace Medical Center’s Cancer Care Program - TomoHD With Dynamic Jaws

KRQE May 30, 2013

Cancer treatments may be effective and save lives, but the side effects can sometimes be as bad as the sickness itself. But that could be changing thanks to a groundbreaking type of radiation therapy that’s being used right here in New Mexico. Reporter David Romero has the story.It’s called dynamic jaws and like its name, doctors say it’s a vibrant new way in how cancer is treated in patients. Dr...