• 2018 Prime Health Innovation Summit

    Join OeHI, Prime Health and entrepreneurs from around the country for the Prime Health Innovation Summit, May 10, 2018.  For more information, click here.

  • Colorado's Health IT Roadmap

    Colorado's Health IT Roadmap was formally approved by the Governor's Office and unanimously approved by the eHealth Commission for implementation! 

  • Meet the Colorado eHealth Commissioners!

    The eHealth Commission Meeting is held on the second Wednesday of every month. Check out the calendar of events to learn more about upcoming meetings! 

What's New

Colorado CHIMMS Advocacy Day at the Capitol, April 26th from 8:00 to 5:00

This full day event begins in the morning with a deeper dive into three initiatives from the Colorado Health IT Roadmap:  Care Coordination, Patient Access to Health Information, and Unique Patient Identifiers.  The afternoon will focus on the importance of Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Recovery Planning.  Woven throughout the day will be the voices of those most impacted: patients and providers.  New this year: Post event networking at Prohibition, 504 East Colfax Avenue.  Register here.


OeHI Submits Comments to the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) Regarding TEFCA (Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement)

On February 20, OeHI, with substantial input from the eHealth Commission, submitted comments to ONC on the proposed rule.  See the comments here.


Colorado Health IT Roadmap Launch Party with CHIMSS and CHIMA

OeHI, in partnership with the Colorado Health Information and Management Systems Society (CHIMSS) and the Colorado Health Information Management Association (CHIMA), is hosting a Colorado Health IT Roadmap launch event Wednesday, March 14th from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Alliance Center.  To register and to see more information, click here.


Governor Hickenlooper Announces New eHealth Commission Appointments

For terms expiring Feb. 1, 2021, Governor Hickenlooper appoints Wesley Morgan Williams, PhD of Denver, to serve as representative of behavioral health and Justin Daniel Wheeler, MD of Lafayette, to serve as representative of primary care providers.  The Governor also reappoints Morgan Gray Honea of Colorado Springs, Marc Lassaux of Clifton, and Dana Eugene Moore of Greenwood Village. 

Read the official press release here.


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