New Mexico In Depth

News Orgs Appeal Ruling That Lets Health Audit Stay Secret

Sep 10, 2014
Robin Zielinski / Las Cruces Sun-News

Two news organizations are asking the N.M. Court of Appeals to overturn a ruling allowing last year’s audit of 15 health organizations to remain secret.

Commentary: We Must Treat Central American Immigrants Humanely

Jul 11, 2014
EJP Photo via Flickr / Creative Commons License

The Los Angeles Times told the story in 2002 of Enrique, a 17-year-old boy from Honduras who made the treacherous trip across Mexico to reach his mother in the United States.

What inspired me most in the Pulitzer Prize-winning series Enrique’s Journey was the teen’s tenacity in the face of life-threatening danger.

Arizona Companies Prepare To Manage New Mexico Behavioral Health Providers

Jul 26, 2013
Bryant Furlow

When the New Mexico Human Services Department (NMHSD) announced last month it would suspend Medicaid payments to 15 behavioral health providers, Joe Frechen was worried.

For nearly 20 years, Frechen has worked as psychiatrist in Southern New Mexico with some of the most vulnerable patients in the region.

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