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SIM scope and reach 

SIM is helping Check out the graphic below for more information on the scope and reach of the initiative to date, and click on the image to save and download as a handout that will print on legal-size paper. The application for the third and final cohort will be released this winter, sign- up for our distribution list to learn more about this opportunity. 

SIM data at a glance

The SIM data at a glance is a 2-page overview of the data points that are included in the quarterly "Rapid-Cycle Feeback Report." The link above will be updated every quarter as new data is collected. This overview offers insight on the progress SIM is making towards integrating physical and behavioral healthcare, and illustrates the overall reach of the initiative. The most recent of these is from the Q3 2017 report.

Previous data at a glance documents:

Rapid-cycle feedback reportTo provide real-time, actionable feedback to inform program implementation, TriWest Group provides quarterly rapid-cycle feedback reports to the SIM office. The quarterly reports contain some consistent measures over time, but each report focuses in on a specific component of SIM. The most recent report, which covers July through September 2017, focuses on some of Colorado's population health efforts. 

Older reports


Additional resources
  • Definitions of “population” for SIM in Colorado (as defined by the Population Health workgroup) - View
  • SIM provider satisfaction survey - View highlights from the report
  • Integrated care is improving patients health (handout) - View I Download
  • SIM cohort-1 data page - View
  • SIM core metrics for CMMI reporting - View I Download
  • Streamlined CQM requirements - View 
  • More resources coming soon!

The project described was supported by Funding Opportunity Number CMS-1G1-14-001 from the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The Colorado State Innovation Model (SIM), a four-year initiative, is funded by up to $65 million from CMS. The content provided is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.