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A Recipe for Success

Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching which brings to mind all the things I’m grateful for - including some amazing family recipes. Each ingredient on its own is unique and important, but when you put them together it can be downright magical. We talk a lot about the power of organizational collaboration in Colorado in the same vein, but the same can be true when combining data sources.
 

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How Did I End Up Here? The Tale of Green Chile Gone Wrong

Guest Blog by Matt Guy, Managing Director, Pueblo Trip Aim Corporation

I’m sure I’m not the only person to wind up in the emergency room asking this question.  I definitely know I’m not the only person to start out with a minor health issue that turned into a major problem. How my health status moved from a minor to a major problem is a story of how the Triple Aim wasn’t well implemented in my life.

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Raising Awareness and Asking Questions About Health Care Costs

Pop quiz: When it comes to health care, what's the difference between cost, charge, and payment?

This question opened a recent article I read regarding medical schools teaching new doctors to talk to patients about price. Knowing the nuances between the definitions of cost, charge and payment isn’t something most consumers understand, nor do they really have to. I believe simply raising awareness that there can be a big difference in what you (or your insurance company on your behalf) might pay for health care depending on where you go and treatment options you choose is just as important. Training doctors to understand the potential financial impact of their recommendations and having those conversations with their patients is an important step in the right direction in raising awareness of price transparency.

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Change in Seasons Offers Fresh Perspectives

I was shocked this week to see a few leaves turning signaling the first signs of fall, especially only a few short days following 90-plus degree weather. This time of year always seems to sneak up too quickly with school back in session, cooler nights and the hours of daylight diminishing. At the same time, the crisp night air and brisk mornings are a welcome change to the summer heat and I’m reminded again of how privileged I am to live in Colorado where with each change in season we’re surrounded by a new, unique perspective.

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Cultivating the Network of Care: Building Transformation from the Inside Out

Originally featured in Healthy Transitions Colorado's July newsletter.

On Friday, June 26th Healthy Transitions Colorado held its very first symposium: Building Transformation from the Inside Out. The symposium was the first in a series of three with a complementary learning series titled Cultivating the Network of Care. Thank you to everyone who made the event such a success! Over 70 partners came out for networking and learning more about how to prepare their facilities for community-based care.

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