Tuesday, September 2, 2014

The Colorado Health Foundation Applicant Information Webinar Sept. 11

The Colorado Health Foundation is hosting an application information webinar for prospective grant applicants on September 11, 11:30am – 12:30pm. The webinar gives representatives from nonprofits that work in health care, health coverage and healthy living a chance to learn about the Foundation’s grantmaking program.

During the webinar, Foundation staff will provide a concise overview of the application process, including:
  • How to prepare applications
  • Important proposal requirements
  • A step-by-step walk-through of the online application process
Staff all will review the Foundation’s funding priorities and take questions about any part of the process. This webinar requires advanced registration, so please register here. Please note that participation in the webinar is not a required part of the application process. If you have questions, please contact Beth Clemens, events manager, at bclemens@ColoradoHealth.org or 303.953.3691.” [Source: The Colorado Health Foundation]

Monday, September 1, 2014

Colorado PEAK Updates

PEAK Outreach and Training
Support Calls for Community Partners
  • PEAK Support Call 10/22 12:00-1:00pm Dial-in: 1-712-432-0220  Passcode: 5642211#” [Source: PEAK]

August edition of At a Glance

Click here to view the August edition of At A Glance. [Source: HCPF]

Friday, August 29, 2014

Diabetes Prevention Program: CAAH New Class Schedules

“Live Well 4 Diabetes Prevention Program: FREE classes, hosted by the Center for African American Health, starting this fall in your neighborhood- contact Michele Duvall at (303) 355- 3423 ext. 113 to register or for additional program information. Click here to view the schedule of new classes.” [Source: COPrevent]

Articles and Publications

Through A Client’s Eyes: 10 Findings from the 2013 Survey of Clients in Colorado’s Medicaid Accountable Care Collaborative Program
August 28, 2014 – The Colorado Health Institute

For more Articles and Publications, visit the ClinicNET website.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Safety Net Clinic Week Recap

Safety Net Clinic Week 2014 was a great success! There were 24 individual site-visits from elected officials and candidates for office, 4 open houses, and 5 proclamations announcing Safety Net Clinic Week 2014. In the latest ClinicNET Conversations blog post, Sharon Adams reflects on the week and the record number of site-visits and how it left her feeling particularly inspired. "I am confident that with so many leaders taking an invested interest in learning about the health care safety net, we are getting closer to achieving our vision that Colorado’s vulnerable populations participate in and are well-served by a health care system that promotes healthy individuals living in healthy communities." Click here to read more!

We want to extend a big thank you to our Safety Net Clinic Week 2014 Coordinator, Tom Crowe, who returns to Colorado College for his senior year next week! ClinicNET enjoyed having him with us for the summer! We will miss him!
Andrea Autobee-Trujillo from Congresswoman Diana DeGette's Office and Tom Crowe with ClinicNET visited Robin Dickinson, MD at Community Supported Family Medicine!
Cheers to a great Safety Net Clinic Week 2014! And of course, thank you to COPIC and Kaiser Permanente for your generous support. And last but not least... "thank you to everyone who supported and participated in Safety Net Clinic Week 2014, and for being an inspiration to me personally and to ClinicNET in our role as a centralized voice for the safety net. I’m already looking forward to next year!" - Sharon Adams. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page to see pictures from the week!

   

Nominate a Community Champion!

The CCMU Annual Luncheon will be held on September 23rd at 11:00am-1:00pm at the Space Gallery (400 Santa Fe Drive in Denver). The theme this year is Health is Connected, highlighted by our keynote speaker Liz Baxter. We aim to inspire change in the health care system with the power of a diverse range of stakeholders since we believe that health is connected. Investing in health helps communities flourish, and its role as a key part of our civic and social infrastructure is absolute. We often say that policy change accompanies community change in order to create more lasting, holistic change, and this event will focus on the collaborative, collective approach to health care systems change. Register here!

Liz Baxter is a seasoned leader and advocate for health and health care. She is currently the executive director of the Oregon Public Health Institute and board chair of Cover Oregon. Throughout her career, Liz has been a leader in recognizing and convening a diverse range of stakeholders to ensure that policy making is the result of valuable public engagement and different perspectives.

Each year, CCMU honors different members of the community who have been champions for the underserved. The Community Champion Awards can be for physicians, non-physician providers, and community advocates. Nominate those you work with who deserve to be recognized and celebrated! Click here for the nomination form. [Source: CCMU]