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Five Things I Think About How the Health Care Delivery System is Changing

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I have the opportunity to speak to a number of provider groups in the course of my work, and many recently have asked about the big picture of how care is changing.

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Moving Forward, Part II

In my last blog I talked about the importance of CIVHC’s five pillars to support our strategies and advance our mission to cultivate initiatives that improve health, health care, and lower costs in Colorado. This month I’ll share with you what we’re calling CIVHC 2.0 – taking our work and support to the next level to advance health care in Colorado.

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Making the Right Care Available When it Matters Most

Several years ago, a friend of mine was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer at a very young age. Treatment options were uncertain and sometimes experimental. He and his family were lucky and were enrolled in a high-quality palliative care program that addressed not just his pain and symptoms, but also helped his family make choices about care in the future, supported his wife in her new role as a caregiver, connected them to resources at the hospital and beyond that could work with them as the disease progressed, and most importantly for him, helped his young daughter come to terms with what his illness could mean for her.

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Moving Forward

Similar to the ever-changing health care landscape in Colorado, CIVHC has evolved over the years to address the key health care needs of our state. CIVHC was originally created in 2008 by Executive Order of the Governor in recognition of the need to have a systemic, statewide approach to advancing the Triple Aim of better health, better care and lower costs.

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Comparative Performance Data for Physicians: An Important First Step for the Colorado APCD

As an economist, I know that credible information based on analysis of reliable data is worth its weight in gold. But, I also know that it is important not just to provide information, but to impart meaning and motivate action based on the results. To really make a difference, you have to engage all stakeholders in the health care community, get them to ‘take notice’ of the information and weave a story around the data to spark change.

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