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Health Equity

Working Toward a System That Works for Everyone
Published: May 13, 2021 | Updated: September 14, 2022

CHI is committed to working toward a state where health equity is a reality.

Through policy analysis, strategic facilitation, and data-driven research, we identify complex challenges and promising solutions. Our goal is to support our community in understanding the drivers of inequality, clarifying the effects of inequality on health for individuals and communities, and making changes to policies, systems, and culture to create a more equitable future. Health equity is a focus of all of our work.

What We Can Do

  • Policy analysis
  • Needs assessments
  • Strategic planning
  • Program evaluation
  • Outcomes-based facilitation

kristi arellanoWork With Us

Kristi Arellano, Managing Director of Marketing and Communications

 

Recent Clients

  • Colorado Trust Health Equity Advocacy Cohort
  • Colorado Office of Early Childhood
  • The Denver Foundation
  • Strategic Action Planning Group on Aging

Our Work

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Diverse State, Diverse Needs

Coloradans' Needs and Experiences Highlight Demand for Culturally Responsive Care

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Mental Health in Colorado's LGBTQ+ Communities

Colorado Leads in Legal Protections, but the State Needs LGBTQ-Competent Providers

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Stigma and Systemic Barriers

Why Mental Health Care Is Not the Same for Everyone

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Language and Culturally Responsive Care in Colorado

Barriers, Access, and Room for Improvement

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Options and Opportunities

An Analysis of Colorado's Veterans Who Are Eligible for but Not Enrolled in VA Health Care

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COVID-19 Diagnoses by Census Tract

CHORDS Data Show the Disparate Impact of the Pandemic on Front Range Neighborhoods

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Health Hazard

Patients at Risk When Treatment is Unfair

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The New Better

Ethical Leadership to Guide Our Pandemic Recovery

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The Pandemic Behind Bars

COVID-19, Vaccination, and the People in Colorado’s Prisons and Jails

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