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On November 8th, Colorado's Health IT Roadmap was formally approved by the Governor's Office and unanimously approved by the eHealth Commission for implementation. The plan includes 16 high-level actionable initiatives that can be used as a reference for evaluating the direction of existing and future Health IT projects. Ultimately, the direction provided by this Roadmap will support Colorado's Triple aim— better care, lower costs and improved health for all Coloradans.
OeHI and Mosaica conducted a number of workshops and public forums across Colorado. The vast stakeholder input assisted OeHI in the creation of the Roadmap objectives and initiateves.
Through the workshops held across Colorado, The Office of eHealth Innovation was able to acquire a deeper understanding of individuals wants and needs in regards to health information. Based on the workshop results, input from the project Steering Committee, review of Colorado documents, individual stakeholder interviews, and our knowledge of the Health/Health Information Exchange ecosystem, a list of 14 objectives were developed.
These objectives were distrbuted in a state-wide survey to obtain broad stakeholder input on the relative importance of these objectives. Over 850 individuals responded to the survey distrubition. Of those respondents:
The eHealth Commission serves as the steering committee for the project. Their purpose is to provide advice and counsel to help steer the Colorado Health IT Roadmap project to success.
The purpose of the Colorado Health IT Workgroup is to serve as a key information resource for the Roadmap.
Documents for public comment:
Previously posted for public comment. The public comment period is now CLOSED: