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DENVER – Health insurance coverage in Colorado reached an all-time high in 2023, according to the latest Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS), portions of which debuted today.

The uninsured rate dropped to 4.6% in 2023, after staying at roughly 6.5% since 2015.

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More than 200 health leaders will gather to explore the issues critical to Colorado’s health care future on December 1 at the Colorado Health Institute’s Hot Issues in Health conference. The annual event will bring together community health advocates, policymakers, nonprofit organizations, providers, insurers, academics, and other problem-solvers from across the state to share ideas and advance the issues that will drive health policy in 2024.

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Early Results from Colorado's Largest Survey on Health Access
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Joined by Vincent Collins, M.D., Jonathan McMillan, Director of the Office of Gun Violence Prevention, and Sarah Lampe, President and Executive Director at Trailhead Institute, we discussed a public health and community-based approach to firearms violence.
In less than two years, AI shifted from science fiction to everyday reality thanks to the widespread and lightning-fast adoption of ChatGPT and other large-language models. Contemplating what’s in store over the next 10 years is mind-boggling.
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As a first-generation Mexican American, I grew up navigating the emotional, psychological, and sometimes physical distresses of my family’s relocation to a new country to seek better opportunities. I faced challenges such as language barriers, racism, and economic hardships. An aspect I didn't frequently consider, but in hindsight, could have significantly impacted my life, was the availability of mental health services tailored to my cultural needs.
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