Colorado Health Report Card
The Colorado Health Foundation publishes annual updates on the current status of health, health care and health coverage in Colorado using data provided by various sources. The Colorado Health Report Card, which is produced in conjunction with the Colorado Health Institute, provides data on 38 key health indicators, such as prenatal care, access to health care and obesity, in five life stages. Our goal is for the Health Report Card to support efforts to make Colorado the healthiest state, providing evidence that shows where we are making progress as well as where are we are falling behind.
- The 2015 Colorado Health Report Card — the ninth annual health report card presented by the Colorado Health Foundation — shows improvement in a number of areas. But it also reveals significant disparities in health depending on race, ethnicity and income. View Report Card »
Throughout the year, the Foundation will delve more deeply into key indicators and publish Data Spotlights in efforts to better understand pressing health issues and identify opportunities for improvement.
For print copies of the 2015 Colorado Health Report Card, please contact Jaclyn Lensen, JLensen@ColoradoHealth.org or 303.953.3631.
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