Medically Fragile Case Management Program

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The Medically Fragile Case Management Program (MFCMP) has provided RN Case Management Services statewide to children since the program’s inception in 1985. In New Mexico, children who have a high level of dependence on medical technology such as ventilators, tracheostomies, oxygen, feeding tubes, dialysis, intravenous medication and require total care for all their daily needs are identified as medically fragile.  The MFCMP program provides community based inhome services utilizing a family centered approach. The family is included in every aspect of care; from planning their child’s daily care to policy development at a State level. The Medically Fragile Case Management Family Advisory Board (FAB) is a group of parents, providers and nurse case managers who actively advocate for policies that ensure children have the support necessary for them to perform to the best of their ability and reach their potential.