New Mexico Organizations
Center for Health Innovation
Nonprofit organization focused on developing and implementing strategies, models, and policies to improve community health for underserved populations at local, state, and national levels. Programs primarily focus on New Mexico.
A healthcare quality consulting organization that serves as the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. Also provides services to state Medicaid organizations, Federally Qualified Health Centers, (FQHCs), and others.
Con Alma Health Foundation
Works to respond to the health rights and needs of the culturally and demographically diverse communities of New Mexico, with a special emphasis on rural and tribal communities.
Four Corners Telehealth Consortium
Collaboration between representatives from telehealth and health information technology initiatives in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico that provides information and support for healthcare providers in the region.
Native American Professional Parent Resources
Provides early intervention services to Native American families in New Mexico who have children with developmental delays. Includes resources related to tribal home visiting, early intervention and head start programs, and dental support centers.
New Mexico Community Data Collaborative
Network of public health analysts and advocates from state
agencies and non-government organizations in New Mexico
focusing on community health assessment. Gathers and
disseminates neighborhood-level data through maps using
New Mexico Department of Health
Promotes health and health policy, prevents disease and
disability, improves health services systems and assures
that essential public health functions and safety net
services are available to New Mexicans. Includes the Office
of Primary Care and Rural Health, the Office of Policy and
Accountability (which addresses multicultural health
disparities), the Office of Border Health, and the
Developmental Disabilities Supports Division.
New Mexico Health Resources, Inc.
Nonprofit organization supporting the recruitment and retention of healthcare personnel in medically underserved areas across New Mexico, including rural communities. Provides information resources on healthcare careers, loan repayment programs, and licensure and state income tax credits.
New Mexico Office of Border Health
A component office of the Public Health Division, New Mexico Department of Health. Works to improve the overall health status and health services in the New Mexico border region and other border-impact areas of the state.
New Mexico Office of Primary Care & Rural Health
Works to improve access to quality healthcare for New
Mexico by providing collaborative leadership and resources
to healthcare and community organizations. A division of
the Population and Community Health Bureau in the New Mexico Department of Health. Includes the State Office of Rural Health.
Offers resources, training, and technical assistance on rural opioid and stimulant use in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Rural Community Assistance Corporation
Helps rural communities in Alaska, Arizona, California,
Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming improve community
infrastructure through housing, water, and wastewater
program initiatives. Offers numerous services including
loans for housing and environment.
Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education
Seeks to improve health and safety of the agricultural, fishing, and forestry workforce in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas through research, education, and strategic partnerships.
Southwest Telehealth Resource Center
One of the telehealth resource centers funded by the
federal Office for the Advancement of Telehealth (OAT).
Assists healthcare organizations, healthcare networks, and
healthcare providers in the implementation of
cost-effective telehealth programs to serve rural and
medically underserved areas and populations. Includes
Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Nevada.
Nonprofit organization that supports health services research. Operates the New Mexico Health Information Exchange, which enables electronic health record (EHR) systems. Formerly the New Mexico Health Information Collaborative (NMHIC).
United States-México Border Health Commission
Provides international leadership to optimize quality of life and health along the U.S.-Mexico border. Comprised of the federal secretaries of health, the chief health officers of the 10 border states, and prominent community health professionals from both nations. Includes a directory of border state outreach offices.
Western Rural Development Center
Participates in rural development research and extension projects cooperatively with universities in the West. Serves Washington, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Idaho, Hawaii,
California, Arizona, Alaska, Oregon, New Mexico, Montana, Colorado, and 4 U.S. Pacific Territories.