Check out the new article by Iliana White, Senior Program Manager for the AYAH Center, in the most recent AMCHP Pulse e-newsletter titled “Wins in New Mexico.” In the article, Ms. White discusses New Mexico’s quality improvement efforts at school-based health centers to improve access to and quality of preventive services for AYAs.
August 24, 2016
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