To Our Valued Stakeholders,
Before our next Open Enrollment period begins, I am pleased to have the opportunity to visit communities on what I like to call my very own South by Southwest tour.
This week, I was honored to sit on a panel for the Longevity Project in Glenwood Springs. The Longevity Project is an annual series the Post Independent (the local newspaper) hosts and is focused on mental health. The goal of the series is to not only look at problems, but also examine potential solutions. Read more about the takeways from the powerful event.
While in Glenwood Springs, I visited with staff from the Mountain Family Health Centers. Hearing first-hand what the staff is doing to assist residents is impressive.
On Thursday, I opened the CoverCO event in Grand Junction. The CoverCo tour is brought to you by the organizers of Building Better Health (BBH) to bring the training and network opportunities to six communities around Colorado, focused on local conversations, training and networking. While in Grand Junction, I am also excited to see many of my friends on the Western Slope at QHN’s annual summit and at Club 20’s fall conference steak fry.
Next week, I’m heading to Telluride, Alamosa and Pueblo to continue face-to-face visits with our partners.
If you’ve been to our website this week, you may have noticed some changes! Our marketing team worked to redesign the main gateway to our business: www.ConnectforHealthCO.com. We redesigned the navigation of the website, streamlined the content to make sure it is digestible and the site is also mobile-friendly now.
Please take time to click around and familiarize yourself with the new site. I think you will be pleased with the ease and readability.
Patterson, MURP, MPA
Chief Executive Officer
Connect for Health Colorado