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About the Coalition


at the tableThe New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Value (Coalition), an employer-led, multi-stakeholder coalition, is working to improve population health by improving the value of our state’s healthcare system with a focus on transparency, quality, and cost.  

Growing from the former NM Coalition for Healthcare Quality, an initiative funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q) program, the Coalition provides a neutral forum where private and public partners collaborate and engage in aligning efforts that drive meaningful change to improve healthcare value for all New Mexicans.  The Coalition's employer members augment their strength in numbers by working together, giving them a strong “voice” —in advocacy, policy and sharing of best practices. 

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December 2014

Getting On Board with Health Care's Value Proposition

Health care leaders in New Mexico, including employers and other key stakeholders, are finding creative ways to improve the state’s delivery system while managing overall costs. Together, these disparate groups are crafting ways to ensure that health care payments are tied to the value, and not the volume, of the services delivered. These efforts are led by the New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Quality which has brought together providers, patients, employers and insurers to help improve regional health care.

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December 2014 Newsletter

Coalition fulfills initial challenge and prepares for the next phase

In 2009, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), one of the country’s largest health foundations, gave New Mexicans a challenge – build a multi-stakeholder community collaborative to align the different forces in healthcare – those that provide care, receive care and pay for care...The Coalition is using 2015 as a transition year, a time to bring together the founding members, secure the initial funding, develop the mission-vision for the organization, develop bylaws, organizational structure and develop the membership dues structure for the future.

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