In 2016, we added three new priority initiatives to our core work areas: immigrant health, payment reform, and integrating the social determinants of health into health care.
Our in-depth reports are based on comprehensive quantitative and qualitative research and information gathering.
Several beneficial bills passed this session that impacted the priority areas of Center for Health Progress, and we applaud the work done by policymakers to strengthen our health care system.
2015 was a year of transition and learning for Colorado’s health care system. One of the biggest focuses from the year was health equity, as data increasingly showed just how significant the inequities are for some populations.
As 2016 begins, the Network is primed to become a statewide force for change, as members decided to move beyond a shared learning collaborative to a formalized membership association working toward a common agenda.
Center for Health Progress held a series of focus groups with different Medicaid populations to inform our response to the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC) Request for Information (RFI) process.