Supportied the development of a health resource guide for the African-American/Black community.
This program recruits and supports private dentists in Colorado who do not currently accept Medicaid clients to begin serving this population. As well, the program trains dental providers to care for young children and pregnant women. Co-funded with Caring for Colorado Foundation, Colorado Health Foundation, Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation, Rose Community Foundation and Kaiser Permanente.
Partnered with the Colorado Health Foundation to support consulting services to the State of Colorado necessary to develop a strategic plan to improve state eligibility determination, verification and enrollment systems, as required under the Affordable Care Act.
Funded the development of an interactive web-based map of health care coverage outreach and enrollment strategies in Colorado to identify gaps, support referrals to enrollment services and provide stakeholders with a dynamic, state-level analysis of outreach resources.
Provided support services that enabled and encouraged private obstetrical and family practices to provide comprehensive prenatal care to publicly insured pregnant women.
Supported Regis University efforts to prepare practicing nurses to work with other health care professionals toward more efficient, effective and interdisciplinary health care systems—from assessing and improving quality of care to improving health outcomes, shaping health care policy, and developing new models of health care delivery.
Developed and implemented a statewide train-the-trainer and toolkit model to promote and support use of the new Colorado Program Eligibility and Application Kit (PEAK), an online application to help individuals and families apply online for medical and food assistance benefits.
Supported the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Colorado Health Service Corps Educational Loan Forgiveness program (Office of Primary Care), to improve the health of Colorado's underserved and vulnerable populations by alleviating health disparities resulting from a shortage of primary health care professionals. This purpose was achieved in part by repaying all or a portion of the educational loan debt of primary care health professionals who agreed to practice in a community with a known shortage of providers for a period of service.