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Colorado Demography OfficeDenver, Colorado June 13, 2013The Colorado Health InstituteWho We Are and What We Do
What is the Colorado Health Institute?What kind of work do we do?What resources do we make available?Where might there be opportunities for collaboration?2What I’ll be Covering Today
The Colorado Health Institute’s vision is a healthier Colorado through informed decision-making.The Colorado Health Institute exists as a community benefit.Colorado has a number of resources to monitor health reform’s impact on coverage and access.Three Takeaways3
What Is the Colorado Health Institute?4
We improve the health of all Coloradans by supporting health policy discussions with evidence-based analysis.Our Vision5
We strive to be a trusted and leading source of credible analysis and expertise for Colorado leaders.Our Mission6
Subject matter expertiseAnalytical strengthCommunications know-howOur Work7
8Who We Serve
Examples of the Colorado Health Institute’s Work10
Areas of Expertise11
Hot off the press!Overview of the health bills passed in the 2013 legislative session and the key themes. Spotlights on the budget, behavioral health and the Medicaid expansionAvailable at: ColoradoHealthInstitute.org12New Publication: 2013 Legislation in Review
Most up-to-date map and downloadable database available online: http://bit.ly/151pVvl 13Colorado Health Institute: Safety Net Clinic Database
14When It Rains, It Pours: Uninsured Estimates20052013CHASNHISSAHIEACSBRFSSChild Health SurveyCPSCPS
Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS)Data available in several waysResearch filePublic Use fileCustom reportsBriefingsColorado Health Institutewww.COHealthAccessSurvey.org
How are Coloradans Covered?16Source: 2011 Colorado Health Access Survey
Uninsured Without HR ImplementationUninsured After HR Implementation920,000Medicaid/CHP+150,000Individual Purchase220,000Employer Sponsored Insurance160,000390,000 = 10,000 IndividualsWhat Will Happen By 2016?17Source: CHI estimates and Jonathan Gruber’s analysis conducted for the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange.
18Map 1: Percentage of the Population Covered by Medicaid, 2011NOTE: Low income Medicaid enrollees includes adults and children who are enrolled in Medicaid based on their income. It does not include individuals with disabilities or foster care children, etc.
19Map 2: Percentage of the Population Covered by Medicaid, 2016NOTE: Low income Medicaid enrollees includes adults and children who are enrolled in Medicaid based on their income. It does not include individuals with disabilities or foster care children, etc.
20Colorado Health Institute: State and County 2016 EstimatesAvailable for download at: http://bit.ly/17ZDnkX
Percentage of Uninsured Kids EBNE in CHP+SOURCE: CHI analysis of the 2011 American Community Survey; Medicaid and CHP+ enrollment data from the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing21
New Colorado Health Institute Issue BriefsFact Sheet22Available at www.ColoradoHealthInstitute.org DataSupplementMethodology
23Communications: Information When You Need It
Small area estimationFive-year American Community Survey insurance estimatesGeographic Information SystemsUnderstanding Colorado’s changing demographics24Opportunities for Collaboration?
The Colorado Health Institute’s vision is a healthier Colorado through informed decision-making.The Colorado Health Institute exists as a community benefit.Colorado has a number of resources to monitor health reform’s impact on coverage and access.Three Takeaways25
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