Legislative Briefing. February 11, 2014. Colorado’s Primary Care Workforce . A Study of Regional Disparities. The Colorado Health Institute: An Introduction. We are non-partisan. We do not take positions on bills. Our insight is used to:. Three Takeaways.
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February 11, 2014
Colorado’s Primary Care Workforce
A Study of Regional Disparities
The Colorado Health Institute: An Introduction
Regions with Relatively High Primary Care Capacity
Regions with Relatively Low Primary Care Capacity and the Number of FTEs Needed to Reach the 1,900 Benchmark
Findings: Medicaid Primary Care
Regions with Relatively High Medicaid Primary Care Capacity
Regions with Relatively Low Medicaid Primary Care Capacity
Findings: Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants
The ‘So What?’