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Hot Issues in Health

Colorado's Essential Health Policy Conference Returns in Person and Online
Published: September 7, 2022 | Updated: December 14, 2022

Thank you for joining Hot Issues in Health 2022

We are grateful for your participation and the opportunity to catch up after three years of being apart. More than 350 people joined us online and 200 in person. 

If you missed any part of the conference or want to view it again, please see the archived video below. You can also scroll down to find copies of our PowerPoint presentations.

See you in late 2023!

About Hot Issues in Health

Hot Issues in Health is Colorado’s essential health policy conference, bringing together a diverse crowd — state legislators, regional and local policymakers, representatives from insurance carriers and health systems, consumer advocates, health care providers, researchers, and students — to network and learn about the state’s most pressing health, health policy, and health care issues.


Thank You to Our 2022 Sponsors

Download Presentation Files from Hot Issues in Health 2022


Hot Issues 2022 Opening Session

A state obligation, resources, and motivated partners — the three key ingredients to creating positive change in Colorado.


Hot Issues 2022 Climate and Health

CHI is helping assemble the leadership needed to adapt human health to a warmer climate. Through Acclimate Colorado, we are assessing the data, aligning community leaders, and advancing evidence-based policy.


Hot Issues 2022 Systems of Care

Can we ever escape from the silos that prevent us from delivering true person-centered care? Find a way out in this interactive session.


Hot Issues 2022 Behavioral Health

The mental health crisis is about so much more than mental health. This session uses a social justice lens to examine one of our most pressing needs in health.


Hot Issues 2022 Legislative Preview

Colorado Democrats are in a position to do big things. Money is getting tighter, and major challenges exist — but so does the legislature's ability to tackle them.

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