Through a combination of communications, advocacy, leadership, media and network-building efforts, Project Health Colorado helped to increase awareness, understanding and support for making health coverage and health care work better for every Coloradan. This effort to build public will for improved access to health blended grassroots strategies and an overarching communications campaign. Project Health Colorado also included a rigorous, independent evaluation plan to gauge progress toward the overall intended outcomes of the strategy. Learn more.
Supported the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Office of Suicide Prevention in training individuals throughout Colorado to be suicide prevention "gatekeepers"—those likely to come into contact with individuals who may be at risk for suicide and connect the suicidal person to the resource(s) he/she needs.
Supported the Colorado Health Institute's development of a series of issue briefs based on the Colorado Household Survey data, to inform policymakers nationally and in Colorado on health care reform efforts.
Supported a comprehensive study of state and local government financing in Colorado to improve the state's ability to expand health coverage and care.
Supported the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence in improving transitions of care by strengthening home health nursing clinical and leadership competencies, and putting in place quality and patient safety improvements.