Our health care system should be eager to work for all Coloradans—not just white, upper middle class, able-bodied, privileged families like my own.
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Here in Pueblo, more than 40 percent of people are on Medicaid. But, we know that our health care system doesn’t work for everyone the same way.
The government is currently planning to change “public charge” rules in a way that will affect access to public programs for both citizens and immigrants.
We began the year by publishing a report on payment reform, but it still felt overwhelming. So, we started thinking about analogies for each payment model.
By charging per service for health care, there is little incentive to address the root cause of a patient’s condition, or even to actually improve a patient’s health.