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. We also added three new staff members and began development of a grassroots organizing program. Our focus on racial and health equity also continued to grow stronger, as we worked to create opportunities and eliminate barriers to good health for Coloradans. As we head into 2017, we are dually focused on protecting the gains Colorado’s health care system has made in recent years and empowering Coloradans to advocate for themselves.
2016 was a year of growth for Center for Health Progress, and we more fully embraced our collaborative leadership role to positively impact Colorado’s health system. In a time of notable change for our country, state, communities, families, and individuals, Center for Health Progress’s board and staff came together to ensure that we continue to lend our best and strongest voice to mitigate disparities and bolster health equity for all in 2017 and beyond.
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