The big changes coming in health care
CHI was founded in 2002 to address a gap in sound health policy data and analysis, particularly independent and impartial information. Today, the need for reliable data and research has never been greater as leaders in the public, private and non-profit sectors work to transform Colorado’s health care system — an ever-more costly system that isn’t working as well as it should for nearly anybody.
This is a time of extraordinary change in health care. Most people are familiar with the revisions in the Affordable Care Act. But many may not realize the level of innovation that is underway in Colorado regardless of changes in the law, particularly collaborative efforts that would have been unthinkable even a decade ago.
Most of these projects are working toward three common goals — improving how patients experience the health care system, increasing the health of all Coloradans and reducing the per-capita cost of health care by making it more efficient and effective. Meanwhile, there’s widespread
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