Care integration is an old story with a new plot twist.
We know that social, human, and health services that are integrated can improve people’s health outcomes far more than one siloed component. Yet our systems continue to be antiquated and fragmented.
A look at the updated Health IT Roadmap, with special guest Stephanie Pugliese, Director of the Office of eHealth Innovation
The 2021 Colorado Health Information Technology Roadmap charts a path for harnessing and expanding the digital tools and services that support the health of all Coloradans.
Making Connections to Help Coloradans Meet Social and Health Needs
Your personal electronic health record at the touch of your finger. Sound too good to be true? For some people, it’s already a reality.
So what DO cowboy hats and Colorado’s Commission on Affordable Health Care have in common? You’ll never guess, so I’ll tell you: they’re both interested in telehealth.
The Colorado Health Observation Regional Data Service (CHORDS) is a unique regional network of health care, public health, and behavioral health partners that used electronic health record data to identify health trends and support public health evaluation and monitoring efforts.
A survey of the state of telehealth delivery in Colorado as of 2014.
A research brief released today 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.