When Americans hear the word hunger, we often think of famine on far-away continents and commercials asking for support. But many of our neighbors here at home struggle with food insecurity and the negative health outcomes it causes.
Navigating Uncharted Waters: The Pandemic, Health, Coverage, and Care in Colorado
Colorado’s health care safety net is growing and changing. CHI takes a look at the system.
This post is in recognition of National Health Center Week (Aug. 9–13) and Safety Net Clinic Week (Aug. 23–27) – and of the challenges safety net providers continue to face from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Community-based organizations are playing a vital role in COVID-19 testing, treatment, and recovery. What steps need to be taken to support these organizations and the work they do to improve health?
More than 4,000 Coloradans were able to access specialty care between 2018 and 2021 as a result of the work of an innovative cohort of health organizations supported by Kaiser Permanente Colorado.
A group of Colorado health care providers has been at the forefront of addressing Colorado’s critical shortage of specialty care for Coloradans most in need.
As COVID-19 has spread through Colorado’s communities, more people have faced questions about the kinds of care they and their loved ones should receive in the case of a medical emergency or accident.
Colorado’s safety net ecosystem provides physical, mental, and oral health services to hundreds of thousands of Coloradans each year.
Un rastreo de cómo la vida económica y social de las comunidades de Colorado afecta la salud mental