CCHN Applauds Proposed State Option for Affordable Health Coverage

The proposed plan shows innovative solutions to reduce costs   Statement attributable to Polly Anderson Vice President of Strategy and Financing Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN)   DENVER― Today the Colorado Division of Insurance (DOI) and the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy (HCPF) and Financing released a report that proposes a new affordable state

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Survey Shows No Change in Colorado Uninsured, Underlying Turbulence

Turbulence in Coverage Visible at Community Health Centers Statement attributable to Stephanie Brooks Policy Director Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN)   DENVER― In the 2019 Colorado Health Access Survey (CHAS), the Colorado Health Institute (CHI) analysts found that the uninsured rate in Colorado is 6.5 percent, statistically the same as in 2015 and 2017. However,

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CCHN statement on the “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds” rule

Statement attributable to Polly Anderson Vice President of Strategy and Financing Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) DENVER― The final regulation on public charge, issued today by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, makes concerning changes to immigration policy which will create barriers to health and generate unnecessary fear for immigrant communities. Colorado Community Health Network’s

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Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) is now STRIDE Community Health Center

ENGLEWOOD – Metro Community Provider Network (MCPN) announced today that effective April 1st, it will undergo an organizational name change to STRIDE Community Health Center. For 30 years, the Community Health Center has provided comprehensive, quality, and affordable health care to underserved, uninsured, and working individuals and families in the Denver metropolitan area. “We chose

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Colorado 2019 Community Health Champions and Advocates Honored

DENVER― Colorado Community Health Network announced its annual awards for Community Health Champions and Advocates, people who support the work of Colorado Community Health Centers (CHCs) and the people they serve, during its 2019 Policy and Issues Forum. The awards given Feb. 6, 2019, are: Legislator Community Health Champion Awards: Senator Kerry Donovan, State Senate

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Community Health Centers Ready to Work on Health Care Challenges

DENVER― Our country has just concluded another election and we stand ready to work together to solve our nation’s, state’s, and community’s hardest problems, regardless of where we individually stand on the political spectrum. Colorado Community Health Centers (CHCs) congratulate newly-elected and re-elected local, state, and congressional office holders, and thank current holders for their

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Community Health Centers bring economic activity and health care careers to communities across Colorado

DENVER― Colorado Community Health Network released a new economic analysis today that shows that Community Health Centers contribute at least $1.2 billion in economic activity to Colorado’s economy, and they bring thousands of health care careers, as well as health care access, to communities that would not otherwise have them. In 2016, Colorado Community Health

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