Healthcare Professions Profile Program (HPPP): Program Information
Jason D. Sunstrom, Program Director
The Healthcare Professions Profile Program (HPPP) is an online database to help consumers find a healthcare provider that meets their needs and expectations. As a consumer, it is important to have access to all available information when choosing your healthcare providers. HPPP helps consumers make informed healthcare decisions for themselves and their families. Consumers can find information about a healthcare provider such as disciplinary actions; restrictions or suspensions; criminal convictions; business interests; and malpractice insurance settlements, among other information useful to the public. The program includes profile information for more than 65 license types and more than 230,000 healthcare professionals.
Healthcare providers licensed and regulated by the State of Colorado, Division of Professions and Occupations, are required to report profile information. HPPP was created by the Michael Skolnik Medical Transparency Act of 2010 and its expansion legislation in subsequent years.