Navigating Uncharted Waters: The Pandemic, Health, Coverage, and Care in Colorado
In Colorado, Insurance Shapes Access to Dental Care
Most of Colorado’s residents describe their health as good, very good, or excellent. But some groups of Coloradans report better health than others.
There’s a need for more oral health services in Colorado. A new report from CHI explores opportunities for improvement.
Medicaid’s Leadership in a New Vision of Oral Health for Colorado
An innovative virtual dentistry program has brought dental care to 2,300 Coloradans who had little or no access to oral health care.
Passing Along Good Dental Health Habits from One Generation to the Next: A Research Collaboration Between the Colorado Health Institute and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
A first-of-its-kind analysis from CHI and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment finds that expanding access to dental care for adults could help improve their children's oral health.
Registered dental hygienist Crystal Mecham made Colorado dental history on April 12 at Bea Underwood Elementary in Parachute. On that Wednesday, she treated a third-grader’s decaying tooth with an Interim Therapeutic Restoration (ITR) filling. Crystal Mecham
One of the most puzzling results of the 2015 Colorado Health Access Survey has to do with the relationship between dental insurance and dental visits.