I’ve been reflecting on the mixed messages we’re sending patients about where and how they should access health care. The message we’re sending is that urgent and emergency care is faster, more convenient, and higher quality than primary care.
White privilege is everything from getting to learn about your race’s achievements in history class to being presumed innocent until proven guilty.
We have been working alongside our partners over the last 10 years to create and improve kids’ health coverage options, especially through CHIP.
The health risks of water issues are clear. What is also clear, is who these water issues hurt the most. As we’ve seen in Flint, the political will to ensure that drinking water is safe for everyone, even if it costs more, is lacking.
I’ve always appreciated that even when the issues are complex and partisan, Colorado’s legislative session has felt largely cooperative. But it didn’t feel that way this year to me.