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New Mexico

Child Health Extramural Research by State and Country

Principal Investigator: Hickey, Martin
Title: New Mexico Health Information Collaborative*
Institution: Lovelace Clinic Foundation, Albuquerque, NM
Project Dates: 09/30/04-09/29/07
Project No.: UC1 HS015447
Summary: This project will develop a health information exchange with the Collaborative (i.e., businesses, health systems and plans, philanthropic organizations, government, schools, and the University of New Mexico) to improve care coordination and chronic disease outcomes, while reducing unnecessary costs of care. The project design includes development of an organizational infrastructure and disease management prototypes (diabetes, pediatric asthma, depression, and low back pain) utilizing e-health strategies to improve care and reduce costs. It also will establish a rural pilot program to serve as a model for other rural areas, and will evaluate development, implementation, and outcomes of the health information collaborative. The study population includes women, children, and minority groups.

*Project includes children or children's health care issues but does not focus exclusively on children.

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Page last reviewed March 2009
Internet Citation: New Mexico: Child Health Extramural Research by State and Country. March 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.


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