Last month, at Center for Health Progress’s annual fundraising luncheon, HEALTHtalks, I found myself surrounded by leaders who dared to be hopeful in spite of it all.
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The increased diversity in Colorado brings both opportunities and challenges for health care providers, health systems, policymakers, and community-based organizations to create and deliver culturally-responsive care.
If there is one thing I’ve learned about how our country got to this place, it is that the silence of those who are unaffected by injustice creates the shadows in which hate flourishes.
Health systems in Colorado and across the country are working to address patients’ social and health care needs in big and important ways.
I’ve always been intrigued by history and the genesis of things. In high school, I spent a great deal of time recording oral histories of aging relatives and tracking down the story of my ancestry.