Lovelace Hosts Health Care Town Hall and Zumba Event to Benefit UW

ABQ Journal, Health Briefs September 16, 2013

Lovelace Sponsors Free Town Hall Lovelace Health System will sponsor a free town hall meeting to educate the public about health care reform from 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday at Embassy Suites, 1000 Woodward Place NE. Lovelace also has launched a new website to provide information about health care reform and health care exchanges at www.healthcareinformednm.com. Benefit to Help United Way Lovelace...

Preparing for Obamacare

ABQ Journal September 16, 2013

By Winthrop Quigley / Journal Staff Writer In a couple of weeks, businesses with 100 employees or fewer can begin buying health insurance through a new electronic marketplace called the health insurance exchange. Some businesses that employ no more than 25 people can receive some significant tax relief when they sign up for coverage. The exchanges and the tax breaks are a major building block of...

Health Care Problems Know No Boundaries

Albuquerque Business First September 11, 2013

Dennis Domrzalski, Reporter- Albuquerque Business First Some of the problems in health care are the same no matter where in the world you are. Sheri Milone, CEO of Lovelace Women’s Hospital and her staff discovered that on Sept. 10 when an international delegation from Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Pakistan, Russia and St. Vincent of the Grenadines visited the hospital to learn how Lovelace approaches...

Wisdom Workers, Featuring Lovelace Women's Hospital

ABQ Journal September 10, 2013

WISDOM WORKERS Meaningful careers, valued perspectives are what keep 50-plus employees vital and in the game By Donna Olmstead/Journal Staff Writer        Local workers 50 and older, like their national counterparts, say meaningful work and respect from their peers and bosses keep them satisfied at work. Of course, most need the income, along with the health and retirement...

Naming Rights Offered as CNM Seeks to Raise $10M

ABQ Journal September 10, 2013

By Olivier Uyttebrouck / Journal Staff Writer A spare $4 million will let you put your name on a building at Central New Mexico Community College that houses the school’s nursing program. The CNM Foundation wants to raise $10 million by 2015 by selling naming rights for two buildings, and a variety of labs and other facilities inside CNM buildings. Proceeds will be used to pay for scholarships...