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Colorado Health Access Survey
- Zip Code Analysis
- Top 10 and Bottom 10 ZIP Codes
- CHAS Poster
- Disparities Report
- Disparities Methodology
- 20 High Level Findings
- 20 Graphics
- fact sheet
- power point
- data supplement
- press release
- survey form
- research file
- 2013 public use file
- 2011 public use file
- 2009 public use file
Click the image above for an interactive story map that provides detailed information on 458 zip codes in Colorado. With one click, you can learn how ZIP code stacks up for health insurance coverage.
The Colorado Health Access Survey – the CHAS – is the premier source of information on health insurance coverage, access to health care, and how health care is used in Colorado. Findings from the 2013 CHAS, released November 11, 2013, give a detailed picture of Colorado’s changing health landscape.
Data from the 2013 CHAS will serve another important function – providing a baseline of information to help measure the impact of the Affordable Care Act in Colorado. CHAS data will show how many additional Coloradans obtain health insurance, whether it is affordable, and whether having health insurance translates into better access to health care.
Meanwhile, trendable data is now available from three surveys in 2009, 2011 and 2013.
The 2013 survey was fielded between April 15 and July 27. More than 10,000 randomly selected households participated in the 20-minute survey. The CHAS is fielded, analyzed and managed by the Colorado Health Institute. It is funded by The Colorado Trust.
Information available here includes: reports, graphics, maps, the public use file and the survey tool, press releases and other publications.
Analysis from the 2013 CHAS released in 2014.
Analysis from the 2011 CHAS released in 2013.
Analysis from the 2011 CHAS released in 2012.
Analysis from the 2011 CHAS released in 2011.