The numbers are just one click away, whether you are comparing the number of adolescents diagnosed with depression in Frederick or tracking tobacco use in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
The Colorado Health Observation Regional Data Service (CHORDS) is a unique regional network of health care, public health, and behavioral health partners that uses electronic health record data to identify health trends and support public health evaluation and monitoring efforts.
CHORDS health data partners
Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Clinica Family Health, Clinica Tepeyac, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Denver Health, High Plains Community Health Center, Jefferson Center for Mental Health, Kaiser Permanente Colorado, Mental Health Partners, North Colorado Health Alliance, STRIDE Community Health Center, Salud Family Health Centers, and WellPower (formerly Mental Health Center of Denver)
How Can I Access Data through CHORDS?
In addition to the public data available through interactive and PDF maps, local public health department representatives in the Denver metropolitan area have access to data through CHORDS. Don't see what you're looking for? Please contact Sara Schmitt (email@example.com) to learn how data available through CHORDS can support community activities and specific research questions.
CHORDS Governance Documents
Governance Plan 3.0