Regulatory Issues by Agency

The regulatory advocacy work of CHA is guided by three principles: access, value, and vitality. The Association evaluates policy proposals through the lens of these principles and actively works to create a health care system that is accessible by all Coloradans, delivers high-value care at the right time and in the right place, and supports providers through reimbursements that ensure access, value, and innovation.

CHA’s regulatory advocacy work is broken down by the corresponding state agency – click below to learn more. 

Colorado Division of Insurance

Colorado Option and the Prescription Drug Affordability Review Board

Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment

Public health, nurse staffing, survey issues, and more.

Behavioral Health Administration

BHA implementation, available grants, and modifications to M-1 holds

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

Resources on the Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program

Rural Hospital Sustainability

Resources for the Rural Emergency Hospital status and grant opportunities

Other Issues

Resources on the Colorado Privacy Act