Throughout Colorado, formal alliances made up of health care and community leaders, government agencies, businesses, residents, and providers are changing the way leaders work together. Whether focused on access to mental health services, care coordination of the high-utilizer population, or the opioid epidemic, each alliance collaborates across sectors and agencies to work toward improved health in their communities.
Since mid-2012, Center for Health Progress has convened these diverse alliances as the Colorado Network of Health Alliances (the Network). The Network fosters strategic learning, networking, and collaboration. In 2016, membership consisted of 22 actively engaged health alliances, representing over 72% of the counties in Colorado.NETWORK - 2017 Progress & Possibilities