AHA has created a task force to work collaboratively to better understand the factors contributing to barriers to specialty care services, and to identify ways the situation can be improved in Aurora.
ASC Task Force meets from 10:00 to 11:30 am on the first Thursday, every-other-month starting in February. The location varies from meeting to meeting. Sign up to receive notifications of meetings.
Access to Specialty Care Task Force Library
- RubiconMD_Colorado Access Specialty Care FINAL 11.17 Slides from the presentation on the EConsult Pilot Project presented by Dr. Nwando Olayiwola
- Econsult Benefits Chart from March 2017
- Health Care Policy & Financing: SB15-228 Rate Review Schedule; Wilson D. Pace, MD Review Panel Member; Slides from HCPF – Comments and Views Solely Those of Dr. Pace. (Presented at the AHA Access to Specialty Care meeting 1/07/2016.) (15 pgs)
- Guidance for Implementation of Hospital Financial Assistance Requirements (9 pgs), May 2015: SB 50 Guidance with Cover Letter.
- Colorado Regional Health Information Organization (CORHIO) Dashboard Report, 7/13/2015. (8 pgs)
- “AHA Preliminary Report of the Access to Specialty Care Task Force,” June, 2015. (7 pgs)
- “Colorado Access Health Neighborhood Meeting for RCCOs 3 and 5.” March 19, 2015. (19 pgs)
- Mile High Health Alliance Annual Report, 12/2015. (2 pgs)
- “Mile High Health Alliance and Denver Health Stakeholder Meeting Report: Building a Specialty Care Referral Network in Denver — What Will it Take?” December 4, 2014. (7 pgs)
- “Understanding the Medicaid Specialist Access Gap,” Meredith Niess, M.D., M.P.H., Colorado Medical Society Specialist Survey Results, November 11, 2014. (25 pgs)
- Access to Care in Denver: Progress Report of the Denver Access to Care Task Force. August 28, 2013. (33 pgs)
- “2010 Colorado Safety Net Specialty Care Assessment: Final Report,” by Colorado Health Initiative, March 2011 (Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente.) (104 pgs)