Integrating Systems

Data and technology play a critical role in connecting people to health care and other essential services.

CHI supports connectivity between patients and the providers and community partners with whom they interact. Our work in governance allows for secure sharing of data across health, social, and human services. CHI specializes in developing the policies, processes, and data governance agreements that protect patient privacy and engender trust — allowing people to harness technology to improve health for all Coloradans.

What We Can Do

Data Governance to protect privacy and enable cooperation

Outcomes-based  facilitation to break down  barriers to progress

Research and analysis  to uncover developments in this fast-changing field


Email Director Kirsti Klaverkamp to discuss ways to partner with CHI in this work.

The Hitchhiker's Guide

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to Social Health Information Exchange was the theme of Colorado's first annual conference on social health information exchange, convened by CHI for seasoned veterans and newbies alike.

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Metro Denver Connected Community of Care

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CHI and the Metro Denver Partnership for Health are raising up an interoperable S-HIE ecosystem that harnesses technological tools and community relationships to provide whole-person care.

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Strategic Planning

The 2021 Colorado Health Information Technology Roadmap charts a path for harnessing and expanding the digital tools and services that support the health of all Coloradans.

Integrating Systems Presentations


Care integration is an old story with a new plot twist.


We know that social, human, and health services that are integrated can improve people’s health outcomes far more than one siloed component. Yet our systems continue to be antiquated and fragmented. 


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