Gov. Jared Polis left little doubt Thursday about his top priority in health care: lowering costs for consumers.
After four years of mostly modest policy changes necessitated by compromise, 2019 could be a very active year for health policy in Colorado.
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Meet Ashlie Brown, director of the SIM Extension Service housed at CHI. Ashlie is leading an innovative regional health connector program in Colorado.
Parts of Colorado are more at risk when it comes to early childhood mental health (ECMH) needs. And some of those high-risk areas, which include southern Colorado and Adams County, are not getting a proportionally high level of services and funding compared with other parts of the state, according to new research from the Colorado Health Institute (CHI).
CHI spoke with local news sources about the state's 2019 rates.