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  1. To ensure that a heath care delivery system is in place, which provides available, accessible and adequate numbers of facilities, locations, and personnel for the provision of health care services.
  2. To ensure that a health plan members are provided covered services without regard to race, color, creed, sex, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual preference or physical or mental handicap.
  3. To ensure that the SJIPA has in place the organizational and administrative systems capable of messaging medical services contracts between providers and third party vendors
  4. To ensure that the quality of care to all patients continues at the highest level of  care possible.  
  5. Provide support for community health education and wellness.


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All San Juan IPA Contracted Members: Disaster Health Core Curriculum




The Uniformed Services University National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health is proud to announce a free, eight-hour, online Disaster Health Core Curriculum for All Health Professionals intended for a wide range of health care professionals.


The course consists of eleven, 30-minute to one-hour online training lessons covering a variety of disaster health topics such as personal or family preparedness, communication, ethical and legal issues encountered in disasters, and much more.


This curriculum is free and designed to be taken in pieces or as a whole to be flexible for our busy healthcare professional learner.


The foundation of this curriculum is the Core Competencies for Disaster Medicine and Public Health.


Free Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits and American Nurses Credentialing Center (CNE) contact hours, provided through Navy Medicine Professional Development Center.


https://www.usuhs.edu/ncdmph/core-curriculum


Wayne W. Lindstrom, Ph.D.


Director, Behavioral Health Services Division

CEO, Behavioral Health Collaborative

New Mexico Human Services Department

37 Plaza la Prensa

Santa Fe NM 87507


Mailing Address:  PO Box 2348, Santa Fe, NM 87504

Office: 505-476-9295

All Molina Contracted Members: Network Bulletin (see attachment)


Did you know? The IPA can provide your practice 4 free hours of IT services a year?  After that it is a low hourly cost to you. And paying for basic email is boring!  The IPA can also host your email services!  We can transfer your current email, assist with the transition all throughout the process, and you won’t lose your existing email!   We offer full collaboration within your organization such as group calendaring, secure web-client, inner office instant messaging for your employees, smart attaching documents for sensitive emails, and mobile sync! Give Matt Bowman, IT a call at 505-564-7910 for details!

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The San Juan IPA was founded in 1986 by a group of 21 community physicians to partner with

insurance companies with the goal of improving the quality of care to patients while simultaneously

decreasing the cost of care to those payers. Originally formed with a “Quality Assurance Committee”,

the San Juan IPA has grown to over 450 members representing 39 specialties and sub-specialties

in 70+ offices across New Mexico, a HEDIS quality review function, a Credentialing Committee,

and a care management committee component.


As an NCQA-accredited organization, San Juan IPA’s core services of contracting and

credentialing are complemented by an array of expanding resources for the physician office,

helping keep practice costs low and quality of care high.  We continually look for ways to

promote new quality initiatives both within and outside the practice walls for patients and employers.