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Health Words 2015

December 15, 2014

What is an Arveschoug-Bird? How do you clawback, exactly? And remember when people were uninsurable? Working to compile this fifth edition of HealthWords, we were reminded how much and how fast the world of health and health policy changes. Those words from the 2009 edition are not included in this 2015 edition. But integrated care, for example, is now featured.

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Telehealth in Colorado

October 17, 2014

Momentum is building across Colorado around telehealth, with new funding opportunities and new systems poised to take hold. A research brief by the Colorado Health Institute, “Health Care for a High-Tech World: The Potential for Telehealth in Colorado,” delves into the role that telehealth can play in meeting the changing health care needs of Colorado residents.

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ACC Consumer Survey

August 29, 2014

The Colorado Health Institute released findings from the first consumer experience survey of Medicaid clients participating in the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC), the state’s signature project to reform the delivery of primary health care, on August 28, 2014.

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Long-Term Services and Supports in Colorado: Piecing Together the Puzzle

September 28, 2013

CHI pieced together a ground-level view of Colorado's long-term services and supports (LTSS) system, illustrating how confusing and frustrating it can be to navigate. Understanding the system is the first step in the process for state leaders to make it more efficient and effective.

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Colorado State Innovation Model (SIM)

June 2, 2013

Colorado is involved in an extraordinary undertaking: bringing experts from across the state to develop a vision to transform our health care system.

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HealthWords 2013

April 10, 2013

CHI offers HealthWords, a glossary, to help navigate the many terms and acronyms that are part of Colorado’s health care discussions.

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