|Publication Type||Government Report|
|Source||Colorado Health Institute (2013)|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Selection||Healthcare policy; Medical home; Grey literature|
Processing and sharing electronic medical information in real time. A right-sized health care workforce with the latest and best training. State and federal regulations that smooth innovation rather than block it. Payment systems that do the same. A clear picture of the state's current health care landscape and measurable indicators to chart its progress.These were top-of-mind thoughts and ideas, among many others, that emerged when a group of health care providers gathered for the first time in June to discuss the Colorado Health Care Innovation Plan. The health care provider workgroup is part of the stakeholder process supporting the State Innovation Model (SIM) project. After two more meetings, the group's goal is to make its final recommendations and sign off on Colorado's strategic plan.
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