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Presbyterian CEO Talks Healthcare

Presbyterian Healthcare Services CEO Dale Maxwell was recently interviewed by Modern Healthcare concerning a wide array of topics, including the state of healthcare in New Mexico, changes from the federal government and new initiatives and innovations.

Read the entire interview here for insight on the exciting direction that New Mexico’s only integrated-healthcare delivery system is taking.

Note from Neal Spero

We are almost halfway through 2018 and things are moving fast.

Presbyterian Health Plan, Inc. continues to grow and strengthen its impact in New Mexico. We are always looking at new ways to improve access and services to our members, including the addition of Online Visits – powered by SmartExam.

Online Visits joins PresRN and Video Visits as no-cost options for members who are seeking alternative ways to get the healthcare they desire. Presbyterian’s new online treatment and diagnosis system is a great way to avoid unnecessary office visits for many common conditions. Click here for more information.

Neal Spero is the Vice President of Sales andouille  the Chief Marketing Officer for Presbyterian Health Plan, Inc.

Experience Video Visits

Video Visits

You’ve all heard the term “telemedicine”. Telemedicine is the gateway to the future of digital healthcare. In today’s healthcare climate, convenience is key. Patients more and more are preferring easy access to healthcare services, over in- person interactions.

Employers are benefitting from Telemedicine also it contributes to their overall reduction of healthcare costs, as it maximizes physician access and offer members convenience without sacrificing quality of care.

Telemedicine reaches people that otherwise wouldn’t have access to medical care, such as patients in rural areas, those who are homebound, or those who just can’t take time off work. It also increases access so patients don’t unnecessarily run to the ER or UC.

Telemedicine is improving absenteeism as it decreases travel time away from work, and patients don’t have to miss work or arrange childcare.

Employer Group Feature: Farmington Construction, Inc.

Farmington Construction, Inc. is one of Presbyterian’s longest enrolled customers. They have been with Presbyterian for nearly 20 years. Owners Jonathon and Audrey Flack had the following to say about Presbyterian Health Plan,

“When our son was diagnosed with cancer, Presbyterian was great in helping us get the specialized care he needed. They arranged for our son to be flown to Phoenix Children’s hospital for the care he needed, and we were also able to fly with him. Presbyterian also approved getting our other kids tested to be sure they were not at risk for the same issues, and this gave us much “peace of mind.”

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