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The 2016 Hot Issues in Health Care conference took place on Wednesday, December 14, and Thursday, December 15, at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs.
Colorado voters will decide in November whether to adopt ColoradoCare, a revolutionary system to provide universal health coverage to all the state’s residents. The Colorado Health Institute (CHI) is releasing a three-part series of research briefs that delve into the ColoradoCare ballot measure, Amendment 69.
The Colorado Health Institute visits the most interesting numerals from a month of health and healthy policy stories.
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.
Governor John Hickenlooper unveiled his plan for improving Colorado’s health, promising to reinforce ambitious efforts to make Colorado the healthiest state in the nation. CHI's analysis summarizes the report and identifies five questions to address if Colorado is to achieve its goal of becoming the healthiest state.
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Coverage and Your Constituents: Colorado’s Changing Health Insurance Landscape - A 2013 Update for Colorado LegislatorsJanuary 29, 2013
Colorado will see sweeping changes beginning in late 2013 in how people obtain health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Change inevitably represents opportunity – and anxiety. This presentation provides an overview of the anticipated changes as well as details about questions facing small businesses, individuals, seniors and others.
The agenda, reports and presentations from the 2012 Hot Issues in Health Care legislative conference.