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CDC Public Approach - Violence Prevention

CDC Public Approach - Violence Prevention

 CDC Public Approach - Violence Prevention

CDC Public Approach - Violence Prevention

DOH/ECHO TB Survivor video

DOH/ECHO TB Survivor video

 DOH/ECHO TB Survivor video

DOH/ECHO TB Survivor video

Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program

Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program

 Medicare Promoting Interoperability Program

Federal Registry for Medicare Program

2021 House Memorial 2

2021 House Memorial 2

2021 House Memorial 2

2021 House Memorial 2

2021 Title X Regulation and Protocol Update video

2021 Title X Regulation and Protocol Update video

2021 Title X Regulation and Protocol Update video

2021 Title X Regulation and Protocol Update video

2022 Fentanyl sub committee meeting recording from May 23

2022 Fentanyl sub committee meeting recording from May 23

2022   Fentanyl sub committee meeting recording from May 23

2022 Fentanyl sub committee meeting recording from May 23

2022 - Overdose Prevention & Pain Management Council meeting recording from May 13

2022 - Overdose Prevention & Pain Management Council meeting recording from May 13

2022 - Overdose Prevention & Pain Management Council meeting recording from May 13

2022 - Overdose Prevention & Pain Management Council meeting recording from May 13

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 1

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 1

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 1

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 1

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 2

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 2

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 2

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 2

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 3

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 3

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 3

2022 Immunization Statewide Training Part 3

2nd Annual Foley Report

2nd Annual Foley Report

2nd Annual Foley Report

2nd Annual Foley Report

8.290.400 NMAC

8.290.400 NMAC

8.290.400 NMAC

8.290.400 NMAC

8.314.6 Mi Via Home and Community -Based Services Waiver Eff: 11-1-18

8.314.6 Mi Via Home and Community -Based Services Waiver Eff: 11-1-18

8.314.6 Mi Via Home and Community -Based Services Waiver Eff: 11-1-18

8.314.6 Mi Via Home and Community -Based Services Waiver Eff: 11-1-18

8.352.2. Claimant Hearing

8.352.2. Claimant Hearing

8.352.2. Claimant Hearing

8.352.2. Claimant Hearing

ACQ Public Comments

ACQ Public Comments

ACQ Public Comments

DDSD Quality Public Comments

Admin Report Position Requirements

Admin Report Position Requirements

Admin Report Position Requirements

Admin Report Position Requirements

Adult Protective Services

Adult Protective Services

Adult Protective Services

If you suspect an adult is being abused, neglected, or exploited, call Adult Protective Services. We are committed to protecting the safety of adults who are not able to protect themselves and to promoting the personal choice and self-determination of all we serve.

Advance Geriatric Care Planning

Advance Geriatric Care Planning

Advance Geriatric Care Planning

Advance Care Planning is a process of clarifying your values and health care choices for use at a future time if you are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.

Agency for Health Research and Quality

Agency for Health Research and Quality

Agency for Health Research and Quality

Our vision is that the Academy for Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care will function as both a coordinating center and a national resource for people committed to delivering comprehensive, integrated healthcare.

Aging & Disability Resource Center

Aging & Disability Resource Center

Aging & Disability Resource Center

Aging & Disability Resource Center

Aging and Long-Term Services

Aging and Long-Term Services

Aging and Long-Term Services

Provides a clear and focused approach to meet the complex social, medical and behavioral needs of a burgeoning older population.

Air Monitor Locations Map

Air Monitor Locations Map

Air Monitor Locations Map

This is an interactive map of the current air monitor locations operated by the New Mexico Environment Department.

Are You Doing Enough?

Are You Doing Enough?

Are You Doing Enough?

This website explains the facts about second hand smoke and the affects on your children.

Area Agency on Aging

Area Agency on Aging

Area Agency on Aging

New Mexico’s four Area Agencies on Aging, or AAA’s, administer, plan and support community based services for individuals 60 and older, or age 55 and older in tribal programs. Most of the services coordinated through the AAA’s are provided at the local level.

Arizona Vital Records

Arizona Vital Records

Arizona Vital Records

The Bureau of Vital Records for the State of Arizon is responsible for maintaining and issuing certified copies of vital records, including birth, death, fetal death certificates and certificates of birth resulting in stillbirth for events that occurred in Arizona. The Bureau of Vital Records officially began recording birth and death events in July, 1909. However, it maintains a sampling of delayed birth records of Arizona citizens (from 1855) and death records (from 1877) from other sources.

Association Between Use of Statins and Mortality Among Patients Hospitalized With Laboratory-Confirmed Influenza Virus Infections: A Multistate Study

Association Between Use of Statins and Mortality Among Patients Hospitalized With Laboratory-Confirmed Influenza Virus Infections: A Multistate Study

Association Between Use of Statins and Mortality Among Patients Hospitalized With Laboratory-Confirmed Influenza Virus Infections: A Multistate Study

The role of statin drugs in the reduction of serum lipids has been well documented. More recently, evidence suggesting that statins may positively affect many organ systems and disease states independent of lipid reduction has emerged. As inhibitors of 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase, statins inhibit the synthesis of products of the mevalonate pathway, such as isoprenoids and geranyl-geranyl pyrophosphate. They have been shown to modify intercellular interactions and cellular chemotaxis of the immune system and reduce the release of cytokines and acute phase proteins. Recent review articles, evaluating mostly observational studies, suggest a potential beneficial role for statins in the treatment of sepsis and community acquired pneumonia.

Be Well New Mexico

Be Well New Mexico

Be Well New Mexico

New Mexico's Health Insurance Exchange. It is the marketplace for affordable health insurance; the place where New Mexicans can come to shop, compare and buy health insurance.

Behavioral Health Collaborative

Behavioral Health Collaborative

Behavioral Health Collaborative

This website describes the Collaborative created to allow state agencies and resources involved in behavioral health prevention, treatment and recovery to work as one in an effort to improve mental health and substance abuse services in New Mexico.

Board of Pharmacy

Board of Pharmacy

Board of Pharmacy

The New Mexico Board of Pharmacy regulates the pharmaceutical industry that includes licensing pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacist interns, pharmacies, hospitals, nursing homes, public health clinics, drug research facilities and boarding homes.

Brain Health Presentation Toolkit

Brain Health Presentation Toolkit

Brain Health Presentation Toolkit

The Brain Health Resource is a presentation toolkit offering current, evidence-based information and resources to facilitate conversations with older people about brain health as we age. Designed for use at senior centers and in other community settings, materials are written in plain language and explain what people can do to help keep their brains functioning best.

Cannabis Control Division

Cannabis Control Division

Cannabis Control Division

Cannibis Control Division

CARA

CARA

CARA

The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act, or CARA, is national legislation that promotes programs and strategies to address the impact of substance abuse and substance use disorders on individuals, communities and families.

Care Coordination Frequently Asked Questions

Care Coordination Frequently Asked Questions

Care Coordination Frequently Asked Questions

These documents represent some of the most Frequently Asked Questions, and their responses, relating to Centennial Care.

Caregivers Information

Caregivers Information

Caregivers Information

A family caregiver is anyone who is an informal provider of in-home or community care for a relative or loved one. You may assist with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, eating, and medical tasks. You may run errands, take care of the house, take your loved one to appointments, or coordinate care. Most people, at some point in their lives, become caregivers.

Case Definitions for Infectious Conditions Under Public Health Surveillance

Case Definitions for Infectious Conditions Under Public Health Surveillance

Case Definitions for Infectious Conditions Under Public Health Surveillance

State and local public health officials rely on health-care providers, laboratories, and other public health personnel to report the occurrence of notifiable diseases to state and local health departments. Without such data, trends cannot be accurately monitored, unusual occurrences of diseases might not be detected, and the effectiveness of intervention activities cannot be easily evaluated.

CDC Learning Connection

CDC Learning Connection

CDC Learning Connection

CDC Learning Connection

CDC Safe Kids - Gun Safety Tips - Store Guns and Ammunition Safely

CDC Safe Kids - Gun Safety Tips - Store Guns and Ammunition Safely

CDC Safe Kids - Gun Safety Tips - Store Guns and Ammunition Safely

CDC Safe Kids - Gun Safety Tips - Store Guns and Ammunition Safely

Centennial Care Managed Care Organizations

Centennial Care Managed Care Organizations

Centennial Care Managed Care Organizations

Centennial Care Managed Care Organizations

CFR 42 §483.152

CFR 42 §483.152

CFR 42 §483.152

Requirements for Approval of Nurse Aide Training and Competency

Child Abuse/Neglect Reporting & Human Trafficking Online Training

Child Abuse/Neglect Reporting & Human Trafficking Online Training

Child Abuse/Neglect Reporting & Human Trafficking Online Training

This training provides basic guidelines to for most common situations seen in New Mexico Title X clinics. All clinic providers will also follow your agencies guideline/protocol for reporting, tracking and documenting reports made for adult/child abuse and human trafficking.

Child Find

Child Find

Child Find

Child Find

Children's Oral Health Month

Children's Oral Health Month

Children's Oral Health Month

This is the Children’s Oral Health Month proclamation for the state of New Mexico dated February, 2017.

Children's Oral Health Month Proclamation

Children's Oral Health Month Proclamation

Children's Oral Health Month Proclamation

This is the “Children’s Oral Health Month” proclamation for the state of New Mexico dated January 20, 2015.

Children, Youth and Families

Children, Youth and Families

Children, Youth and Families

This New Mexico Children, Youth, and Families Department website provides an array of prevention, intervention, rehabilitative and after-care services to New Mexico children and their families.

City of Albuquerque Bus Routes

City of Albuquerque Bus Routes

City of Albuquerque Bus Routes

This resource provides comprehensive details about bus routes and schedules in the city of Albuquerque.

Civil Rights Training

Civil Rights Training

Civil Rights Training

This is the mandatory civil rights training provided by the New Mexico State Personnel Office.

Clostridium difficile Infection Information

Clostridium difficile Infection Information

Clostridium difficile Infection Information

People getting medical care can catch serious infections called health care-associated infections. While most types of are declining, one – caused by the germ C. difficile – remains at historically high levels. C. difficile causes diarrhea linked to 14,000 American deaths each year. Those most at risk are people, especially older adults, who take antibiotics and also get medical care. When a person takes antibiotics, good germs that protect against infection are destroyed for several months. During this time, patients can get sick from C. difficile picked up from contaminated surfaces or spread from a health care provider’s hands.

CMPgrant@state.nm.us

CMPgrant@state.nm.us

CMPgrant@state.nm.us

Send an email to CMP Grant

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