Key Issues / New Models of Health Care / Power Point
The Colorado Health Access Survey – the CHAS – is the premier source of information on health insurance coverage, access to health care and use of health care services in Colorado. Findings from the 2015 CHAS, released September 1, 2015, give a detailed picture of Colorado’s changing health landscape.
The Colorado Health Institute (CHI) brought together a group of leading experts from insurance companies, hospital systems, nonprofit health plans, local health providers and academia on January 19 to discuss the problem, identify potential solutions and devise strategies to measure policy changes or other interventions.
Presentations from the Colorado Hospital Association's 2014 Rural Hospital Conference.
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.
As Medicaid costs escalate, decision makers are evaluating waivers and block grants as a potential coverage option that offers greater flexibility.
Health care expenditures have risen dramatically over the past several decades, yet a number of options are being discussed to help mitigate these costs.
Faced with historic Medicaid caseloads and costs, Colorado launched the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) in 2011 to reform how care is delivered and paid for in the Medicaid program. But has the ACC helped to improve health outcomes and lower costs?