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Analysis: “Distinct Correlation” between SDOH and Emergency Department Utilization, Hospital Readmissions

Michael Goldberg | Nov 30, 2020 | Colorado

A new Carrot Health analysis of claims data compiled by the Colorado Hospital Association (CHA) determined that a high "social risk score" correlates strongly with higher rates of emergency department (ED) super-utilization. The social risk score and subsequent analysis were determined by combining data from CHA’s On Demand Hospital Information...[ Read More ]

CHA supports 2 November ballot measures, opposes 2 others

Shawna De La Rosa | Oct 13, 2020 | Colorado

The Colorado Hospital Association Board of Trustees recently voted to support and oppose four measures on the November ballot, saying the outcomes could have long-term impacts on the state’s budget, health care programming and hospital financing.     It supports the passage of Amendment B, which is a measure designed...[ Read More ]

5 Things Colorado: Public Option, Budget shortfall, Chris Howes

| May 14, 2020 | Colorado

This morning's "darkest winter" comment before Congress reflects what I've been seeing from confidential and private planning documents from state governments and corporations: there will be a second wave, and there will be a massive negative behavioral health impact in the fall as folks start to realize there is no...[ Read More ]

Q&A: CHA's Joshua Ewing provides his outlook on the 2020 session

Michael Goldberg | Jan 10, 2020 | Colorado

Joshua Ewing is the Associate Vice President of Legislative Affairs at the Colorado Hospital Association (CHA). We spoke with Joshua on the first day of Colorado's 2020 legislative session to ask for his assessment of what policy issues are driving health care conversations in the state and new pieces of...[ Read More ]

2019 Colorado State of Reform: Driving Value out of Colorado's Health Care System: Katherine Mulready

Emily Viles | Nov 5, 2019 | Colorado

Some of the more interesting and insightful leaders at the cutting edge of value in health care joined our closing keynote session. This cross-silo discussion featured trends in pricing, measuring quality, and in those contracts which exist at the nexus between plans and providers. Katherine Mulready weighs in on the...[ Read More ]