Payment reform is the movement to change what we pay for in health care. Instead of paying for services, we should pay for good value.
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The barriers resulting from HB 1023 are the result of commonly held misunderstandings more so than the law’s actual requirements.
To achieve health equity, we must ensure social determinants of health don’t determine a person’s health outcomes or access to health care.
Several beneficial bills passed in the 2017 legislative session that impacted the priority areas of Center for Health Progress. Additionally, a number of potentially harmful bills failed.
American Health Care Act could have repercussions for Colorado’s health care system.