Will Brokers Have a Role in Health Insurance Exchanges

New Mexico Business Weekly August 31, 2012

Insurance brokers work with businesses and their employees to navigate a slew of health care acronyms, explain what it means to be in or out of network and generally help companies find the best health insurance coverage. But health care reform, particularly the health insurance exchanges that are supposed to make it easy for companies and individuals to buy insurance, could greatly reduce the...

Lovelace to insure 400 Ruidoso village employees

New Mexico Business Weekly August 28, 2012

Lovelace Health Plan said Monday that it has been chosen to insure 400 of the village of Ruidoso’s employees and their families. As part of the contract, Lovelace worked with Quest Diagnostics to offer a blood draw station at the office of Dr. Frank Dimotta in Ruidoso, Lovelace said in a news release. Village employees, their family members and any Lovelace Health Plan member will be able to get...

Village of Ruidoso Chooses Lovelace Health Plan

Lovelace Health System August 28, 2012

Lovelace Health Plan is pleased to announce it has been chosen to insure Village of Ruidoso employees and their family members. This contract provides about 400 people with Lovelace Health Plan’s affordable, accessible coverage as well as access to Lovelace Health System’s high quality technology and service. Lovelace Health Plan offers access to more than 9,000 health care providers and...

Banner Donated to Lovelace

Rio Rancho Observer August 26, 2012

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation recently donated a large banner to the Lovelace Westside Hospital Inpatient Pediatric Unit so the children staying in the Inpatient Pediatric Unit could enjoy it and continue to color the banner in. The banner is 20 feet by 8 feet.  

Program To Plant Seeds for Growth

ABQ Journal August 23, 2012

Lovelace Health System and PNM have joined with the New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry to launch the state’s first “Economic Gardening” pilot program designed to help existing New Mexico companies grow. ACI, in an news release, said it is working in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation and the National Center for Economic Gardening. The city of Las Cruces and the Four Corners...