Opportunities exist to help organizations access CO APCD data and CIVHC’s services. Below are details about the different funding avenues available to assist Change Agents drive meaningful change in their communities.


CIVHC is implementing a tiered pricing model that provides access to data and services in an equitable manner across all types and sizes of organizations.  The new model includes standard pricing for those organizations that have greater resources, and discounted fees for smaller organizations.  We offer discounts to ensure CO APCD data is accessible to everyone working to improve health and health care. Discounts are available to non-profits, government entities, academic institutions and researchers and can be accessed in conjunction with the CO APCD Scholarship or Health Equity Fund listed below. To learn more about CIVHC’s fees and determine if your organization is eligible for a discount, please, contact us at ColoradoAPCD@civhc.org

The Colorado General Assembly appropriates $500,000 annually to be administered by the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) to offset the cost of licensing non-public data from the Colorado All Payer Claims Database (CO APCD) for eligible organizations. This program covers a portion of the cost to access non-public data from the CO APCD, up to $50,000 per eligible project.


  • Non-profit organizations with annual revenues of $10 million or less
  • Governmental entities including federal, state, county or local governmental entities
  • Researchers affiliated with public, state-supported institutions of higher education
    • All projects must address improving health, improving quality of care, or lowering health care costs for Coloradans.

When to Apply
Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis starting each fiscal year on July 1st.

More Information
Download the Scholarship Fact Sheet or contact us via email ColoradoAPCD@civhc.org, or via phone at 720-583-2095.


In partnership with the Colorado Health Foundation, a total of $250,000 is available each year (up to $50,000 per project) to help community-based organizations offset costs to access CO APCD data and CIVHC’s research and evaluation services.


  • Community-based non-profits in Colorado with annual operating revenues under $10 million are eligible, though those with larger revenues may also be considered.
    • Primary focus includes organizations working on housing access, food security, and maternal and fetal health.
    • Primary care, and mental health, particularly related to early childhood social and emotional well-being, and other areas of health equity for various populations including Coloradans of color, and LGBTQ+ will also be considered.

When to Apply
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

More Information
Download the Health Equity Fund Fact Sheet or contact us via email equityfund@civhc.org, or via phone at 720-583-2095.