Accessing health care when we need it is a key to physical and behavioral health.
Through the Colorado Health Access Survey and other tools, CHI is able to explore the nuances of access to specialty, preventive, primary, oral, and behavioral health care across the state. Our team identifies who is and isn’t able to access care and works with partners to identify and address gaps in the state-level, system-level, and community-level policies that can affect access.
What We Can Do
- Policy analysis
- Needs assessments
- Strategic planning
- Program evaluation
- Outcomes-based facilitation
- Kaiser Permanente Specialty Care Collaborative
- Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation
- Colorado Health Access Fund
- Telligen Foundation
Stretching the Safety Net
How Are Colorado's Providers Adapting Amid Change and Uncertainty?
2019 Colorado Health Access Survey: Access to Care
Most Coloradans report visiting a general doctor in the past year. Nearly three-quarters of Coloradans visited the dentist or dental hygienist in the past year — an encouraging increase over the past decade.
Open Wide for Opportunity
Medicaid’s Leadership in a New Vision of Oral Health for Colorado
Identifying Opportunities for School-Based Health Care in Colorado
Interactive Tool Lays Out School-Based Health Center (SBHC) Needs Assessment Findings — and Allows Users to Explore the Data
The Ways of the RAEs
Regional Accountable Entities and Their Role in Colorado Medicaid’s Newest Chapter
The ABCs of Health Equity for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
A Policy Agenda for Colorado