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Working at Scale to Seize Colorado's Greatest Health Opportunities
Published: May 13, 2021 | Updated: January 26, 2022

Understanding, communicating, and implementing complex health initiatives is vital to supporting the health of all Coloradans.

Local public health agencies rely on CHI to ensure that their efforts are consistent and coordinated. We serve as a bridge between local, regional, and statewide public health efforts, moving all parties closer to their common missions.

What We Can Do

  • Policy analysis
  • Needs assessments
  • Strategic planning
  • Program evaluation
  • Outcomes-based facilitation

sara schmittWork With Us

Sara Schmitt, Managing Director of Research, Consulting, and Evaluation

 

Recent Clients

  • Metro Denver Partnership for Health
  • CHORDS
  • Advancing Breastfeeding in Colorado

Our Work

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Metro Denver Partnership for Health (MDPH)

A Collective Effort to Improve Health for Three Million Coloradans

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CHORDS

The Colorado Health Observation Regional Data Service (CHORDS) is a regional network along the Front Range that uses electronic health record data to support public health evaluation and monitoring efforts.

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Advancing Breastfeeding in Colorado

A partnership between metro Denver public health agencies and CHI to help communities across the state become more breastfeeding friendly

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Colorado Health Access Survey 2021

Navigating Uncharted Waters: The Pandemic, Health, Coverage, and Care in Colorado

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Root Causes: Explore What Affects Mental Health in Colorado

Tracing how social and economic life in Colorado communities affects mental health

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Fear and Missing Out: Postponed Care During COVID-19

New Data Quantify Impact of Coronavirus Pandemic on Coloradans’ Health Care Visits in 2020

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The Anti-Hunger Community Toolkit

Assessing and Advocating for Your Local Food System

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Catalyst or Challenge?

COVID-19 Proved Denver Can Have Clean Air. But Can We Keep It?

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