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Colorado Health Institute 28m
Thus concludes our first-ever Friendly Feud! We look forward to continuing these important conversations about health in our state. Thanks for joining us. | |
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Allie Morgan 1h
Eli shares that in Colorado, the people who grow our food are more likely to go without food themselves.
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Karam Ahmad Sep 25
release includes regional profiles including access to care, barriers to care, social factors (housing, food insecurity), as well as overall health, mental health, substance use, and oral health data curated for your region! Here's my home-county Larimer for example.
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Colorado Health Institute 54m
Health insurance. Access to care. Mental health. Housing and food insecurity. Substance use. Unfair treatment in the health system. The 2019 is available online now. More analyses to come: | |
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Colorado Health Access Survey Nov 13
People who are not citizens have historically had high uninsured rates, but Colorado's rates have been leveling off at 27-28 percent, according to . The uninsured rate among non-citizens is still more than 20 percent higher compared to citizens.
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Elizabeth M. Baskett Sep 25
Glad to see policymakers at the 2019 CHAS release. How do we expect to lower health care costs if 27.1% of our undocumented citizens are uninsured? No coverage=high hospital costs. Calling on Polis Adminstration to include all Coloradans in the public option.
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Sarah McAfee Sep 25
The Coloradans growing our food don't have enough to eat themselves.
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Colorado Health Access Survey Nov 4
15 percent of Coloradans report sometimes or often receiving unfair treatment when getting medical care –– most often report this being because of age, gender, or disability. | | | | |
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Colorado Health Access Survey Nov 19
Do you have your tickets for the *free* findings report release? We're almost two weeks away and seating is limited! | | |
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Elizabeth M. Baskett Sep 25
Happy 10th Bday Colorado Health Access Survey. Yes our progress is in peril! Uninsured rate among Hispanic children is alarming: 10.2%! Public charge rule is already eviserating our progress! Need an outreach campaign to keep people who are eligible on the rolls!
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Joe Hanel Sep 26
Good crowd at Centennial AHEC in Greeley for the launch with and .
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Win Vaughan 1h
Dramatic impact of housing stability on physical and mental health from Access Survey
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Laura Morreale May 3
account books track things that come under many classifications; ie, labor, people, foodstuffs, locales, etc. A great way to connect interests, to fill out the details of the historical record.
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Colorado Health Institute Oct 31
Be sure to follow to stay up to date on new data, analysis and events from Colorado’s leading source of information on health, coverage, access, affordability in Colorado. | |
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Jennifer Place Sep 25
Looking forward to moving the needle on health equity. We still have work to do as outlined in the
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Colorado Health Institute Nov 5
Registration is limited! We're only one month away from Colorado's premier health policy forum. Don't miss out: | | | |
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🆒 Alec Williams Sep 25
The bagel’s are stacked, the slope is western, the PowerPoint is queued up, let’s launch this thing. | | |
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Clifford Anderson May 3
The docker image builder for Srophé Application on :
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Representative Tom Sullivan Sep 25
Happy 10th Birthday!
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Leah Lomoki May 2
As a newbie to I’m so grateful shared this map of the pipeline from the - meeting! 😍 Flagging for post-comps life!
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