This report describes an educational intervention to increase compliance with current Federal blood lead screening requirements for the Medicaid population in the state of Colorado., Cover of PDF title., "Final Report.", "May 2002.", Health Services Advisory Group Inc is the "Eexternal Quality Review Organization" for the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing., Includes bibliographical references (p. 18), Mode of access: World Wide Web.
As part of a comprehensive quality assurance effort, the Department required health plans to conduct the CAHPS 2.0H survey of both adults and children. As evident in the results, each health plan has its own strengths and weaknesses. The survey results can be used to identify opportunities for improvement within each plan and across all plans., "August 16, 2002.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2014)
As part of a comprehensive quality assurance effort, the Department required health plans to conduct client satisfaction surveys to ascertain differences between managed care clients, fee-for-service, and primary care clients. The intent of the requirement is to obtain measurement of client satisfaction, improvement of services based upon satisfaction levels, and the provision of informed choice to clients as they move into managed care programs., "September 2003.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2014)
Why should I purchase health insurance? -- What is Connect for Health Colorado? -- What insurance plan should I pick? -- What is an advanced premium tax credit? -- What are cost sharing reductions? -- How do I get the CSRs? -- Do I have to pay back CSRs? -- What if I am over income? -- When can I choose an insurance plan?, Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed November 2022)
"Objective: This document provides details concerning the COVID vaccination response measures for the seven Regional Accountable Entities (RAEs) and two Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) of the Accountable Care Collaborative (ACC).", "Context: Additional incentive payments are available through state and federal sources for the COVID-19 vaccination response. The performance measures discussed in this specifications document are intended to facilitate outreach and reduce disparities in vaccination rates for Health First Colorado members who may be less likely to obtain a vaccine due to various obstacles. ", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2021)
In this report, the Department of Health Care Policy & Financing analyzed publicly available 2020 financial and utilization data, information and reimbursement rates to examine: Colorado hospitals' financial preparedness for the pandemic; the impact of federal COVID-19 stimulus dollars on Colorado's hospitals; and the overall financial impact of the pandemic on Colorado's hospitals., "2021 August.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2021)
This paper is designed to provide leadership at the Department with research and directions for contemplating a comprehensive care coordination program. This paper is primarily a review of the extant literature surrounding care coordination, while the second paper provides a landscape analysis of care coordination in Colorado. The third paper recommends next steps for integration of care coordination concepts into Colorado Medicaid., prepared for the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing ; Shana Montrose., Paper 1: Literature review -- Paper 2: Colorado landscape -- Paper 3: Next steps for Colorado., "August 23, 2012.", Includes bibliographic references., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed September 2017)