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A series of reports on rebuilding federal health policy.
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.
This new analysis by the Colorado Health Institute offers the national and international context that is essential to understanding the debate of aid in dying.
The 2015 Legislative Learning Series continues CHI’s tradition of providing useful and evidence-based information for state legislators.These popular educational events have helped lawmakers over the years develop a deeper understanding of issues surrounding health care policy.
With Republicans now in control of the Senate and Democrats retaining the House majority, it seems like a formula for gridlock. But could it be an opportunity to cooperate?
In our annual review of health care policy legislation, the Colorado Health Institute reports that 2014 was a year for building on the state and federal health care policy changes of the past few years.
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.