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Improving the Border Region’s Access and Quality Of Health Care and Substance Abuse. VIII Border Legislative Conference. Health Work Table U.S. – Mexico Border Governors’ Conference July 9, 2004 Santa Fe, New Mexico Dan Reyna, MSS, MPA New Mexico Department of Health. Health Work Table .

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Viii border legislative conference

Improving the Border Region’s Access and Quality

Of Health Care and Substance Abuse

VIII Border Legislative Conference

Health Work Table

U.S. – Mexico Border Governors’ Conference

July 9, 2004

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Dan Reyna, MSS, MPA

New Mexico Department of Health


Health work table
Health Work Table

  • A state-driven partnership of ten state health departments

  • Taking a systems-based approach to problem solving

  • Focused on long-term outcomes

  • Promoting the sustainability of joint efforts




What?

Commitment

Priority

Results


Who?

Commitment

Government

Sector

Social

Sector

Economic

Sector

Priority

Results


How?

Commitment

Government

Sector

Public-Private

Partnerships

Existing

Mechanisms

Social

Sector

Economic

Sector

Priority

Results

Horizontal & Vertical

Approaches


Existing mechanisms for action of the health work table
Existing Mechanisms for Actionof the Health Work Table

  • Substance Abuse Commission

  • Binational Border Health Information System

    • Binational Technical Working Group

    • EPI-FAX Health Alert System


Binational border health information system
Binational Border Health Information System

California

Arizona

New Mexico

San Diego

Calexico

Yuma

Tijuana

Mexicali

SLRC

Las Cruces

Columbus

Nogales

Douglas

El Paso

Texas

Baja

California

Palomas

Sunland Park

Nogales

Ciudad Juárez

Agua Prieta

Presidio

Del Rio

Sonora

Eagle Pass

Ojinaga

Cd. Acuña

Chihuahua

Piedras Negras

Laredo

Coahuila

McAllen

Brownsville

Nuevo Laredo

Reynosa

Matamoros

Nuevo

León

Tamaulipas


Binational border health information subsystems
Binational Border Health Information Subsystems

California

Arizona

New Mexico

San Diego

Calexico

Yuma

Tijuana

Mexicali

SLRC

Las Cruces

Columbus

Nogales

Douglas

El Paso

Texas

Baja

California

Palomas

Sunland Park

Nogales

Ciudad Juárez

Agua Prieta

Presidio

Del Rio

Sonora

Eagle Pass

Ojinaga

Cd. Acuña

Chihuahua

Piedras Negras

Laredo

Coahuila

McAllen

Brownsville

Nuevo Laredo

Reynosa

Matamoros

Nuevo

León

Tamaulipas


Transborder prescription drugs
Transborder Prescription Drugs

  • Current issue

  • High impact on the US-Mexico border

    • Economic impact

    • Increased drug costs

    • Health care access

  • Immediate action required


Proposed actions
Proposed Actions

1. Recognize the Health Work Table as a medium for health policy recommendations.


Proposed actions1
Proposed Actions

2. Encourage relevant state and federal agencies and institutions of higher education to participate in the work of the Substance Abuse Commission of the HWT.


Proposed actions2
Proposed Actions

3. Promote the economic and health care benefits of importation of prescription drugs for personal use along the US-Mexico border region.


What who how
What? Who? How?

Commitment

Government

Sector

Public-Private

Partnerships

Existing

Mechanisms

Social

Sector

Economic

Sector

Priority

Results

Horizontal & Vertical

Approaches


Viii border legislative conference viii conferencia de legisladores de la frontera

VIII Border Legislative ConferenceVIII Conferencia de Legisladores de la Frontera

Improving the Border Region’s Access and Quality

Of Health Care and Substance Abuse

Health Work Table

U.S. – Mexico Border Governors’ Conference

July 9, 2004

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Dan Reyna, MSS, MPA

New Mexico Department of Health


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