Wondering what this year’s political climate will mean for health policy in Colorado? Passionate about ensuring the best health policy decisions to support our state’s communities and residents? Interested in making new professional connections?
The Colorado Health Institute (CHI) is pleased to invite you to the state’s premier health policy conference, Hot Issues in Health. This year’s conference is scheduled for Thursday, December 7, and Friday, December 8, at the Inverness Hotel and Conference Center in Englewood. December 7 will be a full day and December 8 a half day.
As a nonprofit and nonpartisan health policy research institute, we are thrilled to offer this innovative forum to stimulate discussion, facilitate connections and fuel progress. Please register as soon as possible to reserve your place. This conference always fills up quickly. Visit our Hot Issues page for registration instructions.
We are offering a limited number of scholarships for students, early-stage professionals and select rural attendees who face financial barriers to attending. Each scholarship will cover the registration fee as well as meals on both days. Hotel accommodations will not be included. You may apply for a scholarship by submitting this application.
You won’t want to miss our featured speakers:
- Elisabeth Rosenthal, a journalist, physician and Editor-in-Chief of Kaiser Health News, is the author of An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back, a New York Times bestseller. She will highlight problems in the health care systems and consumers’ role in tackling them.
- Alan Weil, Editor-in-Chief of Health Affairs, will offer his thoughts on the pros and cons of the managed care model for Medicaid, and will moderate a panel of experts with diverse views on the subject.
- Aiden Mitchell, vice president at Arrow Electronics, will speak to the role of technology in today’s health care system — and tomorrow’s.
- And we will close our conference with a panel of gubernatorial candidates who will share their views on the most pressing health and health care issues facing Colorado.
Colorado Health Institute