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Top 10 Colorado Health Institute Blog Posts of 2011
Editor’s note: In the spirit of year-end wrap-up lists, this week Analysis with Altitude will highlight the most popular publications, news stories, and blog posts of 2011. Yesterday: Top 10 CHI Publications. Today: Top 10 Blog Posts. Tomorrow: Top Health News Stories.
- A First Glimpse: Estimating Health Reform’s Impact in Colorado
Myung Oak Kim examines data from MIT's Jonathan Gruber on what may happen to Colorado's uninsured as a result of health care reform.
- The Rural Health Workforce Dilemma: Searching for Solutions Deb Goeken presents highlights from Jackie Colby's presentation to the Colorado Rural Health Center.
- Health Insurance Coverage in Colorado: Differing Estimates Jeff Bontrager analyzes the myriad health insurance estimates available for Colorado, and discusses the pros and cons of each.
- Can We Have It All? A look at Value-based Insurance Design Amy Downs explains the concept of value-based insurance design and profiles efforts underway in Colorado.
- Q&A with Gretchen Hammer: New Exchange Board Leader on Creating Connections Deb Goeken interviews Colorado Health Benefit Exchange Board Chair Gretchen Hammer on leadership and goals for the exchange.
- 2011 Colorado Health Access Survey Provides What Other Surveys Miss Rebecca Crepin discusses key findings from the inaugural Colorado Health Access Survey, a program of The Colorado Trust.
- Why Health Reform Matters to a Twenty-Something Shana Montrose reflects on the importance of health insurance from the perspective of a "young invincible."
- Three New (and Exciting) Interactive Health Mapping Tools Emily King shares three data tools that utilize GIS to display health information.
- Building a New Marketplace Shawn Raintree writes about the challenges and opportunities involved in setting up a health insurance exchange.
- Can Retail Clinics Lower the Cost of Health Care? Athena Dodd explores the potential for retail clinics to provide quality health care at a lower cost than traditional primary care practices.