Key Issues / Legislation and Policy
This paper provides a broad understanding of the theory and goals of cost-sharing, examines the evidence of its ability to curb costs, and looks at whether cost-sharing impacts the use of health care and, ultimately, health outcomes.
The Colorado Health Institute made three presentations to lawmakers as part of the 2014 Legislative Lunch and Learn Series.
- Market Solutions
The 2014 Legislative Lunch & Learn Series featured presentations on health reform, Colorado's primary care workforce and market-based solutions to control health care costs.
Health Coverage In Colorado: The Top Five Questions Your Constituents Are Asking About The Affordable Care ActJanuary 29, 2014
Presentation to Colorado lawmakers by CEO Michele Lueck and Director of Research on Coverage and Access Jeff Bontrager, part of the 2014 Legislative Lunch & Learn series.
The Colorado Health Institute, in partnership with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT), unveiled a statewide strategic plan to create jobs and economic growth in the health and wellness industry on December 11, 2013.
Anticipating the 2014 legislative session through the prism of health care policy. The Colorado Health Institute projects that it will be a year in which health care legislation is likely to be characterized by small changes, with health topics falling into three buckets: health reform clean-up; outcomes of task forces; and a grab bag of topics.